Answer: If you just began your second month and are only on the second day, your period should have just ended. If that is a correct assumption, then you have yet to ovulate and should be safe.
Otherwise, there is always Plan B which can be purchased OTC at the pharmacy by anyone over the age of 18. Should be used in the first 24-72 hours after the unprotected sex to be effective. Most effective during the first 24-48 hours.
Answer: the pill can make your periods lighter, shorter and can reduce/get rid of period pains. there are a few side effects, slight weight gain, nausea and tender breasts. you take the pill for 21 days, and on the 7days you do not take it you will have your period, and when your are done you continue taking the pill, and the cycle continues.
Answer: The pill consists of 21 days of active pills (ie, containing oestrogen and progestogen) with either a break of seven days, or seven days of a sugar pill. The sugar pill is used to keep the user in a regular habit of taking the pill at the same time each day, every day, whilst bleeding occurs. If you have been taking the pill daily (every day without missing one) you should be safe during your period. As you are not really taking active ingredients for seven days, a pill missed just before or just after the sugar pills does increase the chances of ovulation taking place during the next cycle and pregnancy occuring. Even if you are taking the pill religiously, be aware that no contraceptive is 100% effective.
Answer: It can happen, but is not likely that you are pregnant once a period has occurred. Stress and other things in life sometimes interrupt the cycle. If you are not in the right time of life to have a baby, make sure you use birth control. There will be time enough when you have your partner, home and job to bring a child into the world.
Answer: Tapazole also known as Methimazole is a thyroid medication thatprevents the thyroid from producing too much thyroid hormone.Tapazole is not a birth control pill and will not prevent you fromhaving a menstrual cycle.
Answer: If you are taking antibiotics, and you got your period while beingon the pill, you want to continue to take your pill. Keep in mindthat being on antibiotics can lower the affect of the birth controlpill.
Answer: if uve taken pregnancy tests and they were negative ur definitely not pregnant enough to be showing. altho it is possible to be several months pregnant and still have bleeding every 4 weeks or so. this is caused by background hormones. ur body is still immitating the bleeding it used to do. so if u havent tested its possible that u are a couple months pg.
Answer: Generally women start ovulating (time to get pregnant) mid cycle, but it can happen anywhere between day 11 and day 21. In short, if you have sex, no matter what time of the month, you can get pregnant. However, barrier protection (condoms) is vital in not only preventing pregnancy but also the spread of sexually transmitted diseases