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Raye - posted on 03/23/2016
If you're using the birth control as instructed then generally you would not fall pregnant. Most methods, such as the pill, IUD, shots, etc., have less than 1% failure rate if used perfectly. So, you could be in the <1% that still gets pregnant. You ovulate usually about 2 weeks before you would start your period, so it is possible to get pregnant and not have a period. If you have symptoms you're not sure about, talk to your doctor. Only they can tell you for sure if you are indeed pregnant.
Sarah - posted on 03/23/2016
Just because you do not get a period does not mean you do not ovulate. While it is lees likely you'd conceive; if you start with symptoms or are at concerned, do a home test. Most hormonal BC, when taken or used as directed, will prevent ovulation and implantation. Why are you concerned?
Michelle - posted on 03/23/2016
No one here can help.
If you suspect you're pregnant then see your doctor.
You don't need a period to fall pregnant, you need to ovulate and you can ovulate without having a period. Basic knowledge of a woman's menstrual/ovulation cycle is a must if you don't want to have a baby just yet.
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