Here's the scope, I started my prescribed birth control after what I thought was my period. I started feeling sick to my stomache like I did when I was pregnant with my son. I took a pregnancy test and it came back positive. How can that be if I took a test at the doctor's office and it came back negative. Will anything happen to my baby if I have been taking birth control pills for two weeks. I stopped now because of the test but should I be concerned about my baby? Will the pills cause me to have a miscarriage?
it is unlikely that taking the pill during early pregnancy will increase the risk of defects in the fetus. However, the likelihood of tubal pregnancy is greater if you become pregnant while taking the progestin-only pill.
I've also been to several other sites that say the same thing so if you've only taken them for 2 weeks, i'd say you're pretty safe.
The contraceptive pill takes 2weeks to start working. So if you are planning on having sex you should also be taking other precautions such as condoms. I would go to the doctor and have another test taken, it could be that the test you had done at the doctors could have been taken too early to show any signs of pregnancy hormones.