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- June 23, 2009 at 7:45 am #25364
hi girls im always worried about the pill, so my question is… if the pill is taken to stop you from ovulating to make your body think you are pregnant, so you wont get pregnant. then i want to know how come a girl can get pregnant on the pill even if its taken every day correctly, and how come girls who miss one pill can get pregnant and some girls who never take the pill at the same time or miss multiple pills dont get pregnant im so confused you might not be able to answer my questions but any replies are welcomed thanks girls. oh and how many girls on here got pregnant taking the pill correctly did your doctors have any answers as to why you did.:) 🙂 🙂June 24, 2009 at 2:54 am #25368
The primary way that the pill is supposed to work is by telling your ovary to not release the egg. In other words, suppressing ovulation. But sometimes even though you take the pill or even if you forgot to take it, your body does not get the message and you release an egg any way. When the sperm met the egg is called fertilization. Fertilization happens in your fallopian tube. Then the fertilized egg moves out of your uterus and implants in your uterus.
The reason some women get pregnant while on the pill and others do not just depends on their body. Everyone’s body is different and you can’t expect the same to be true of all women. Some women don’t get pregnant because they don’t ovulate while on the pill other women do get pregnant because they do get pregnant on the pill.
If you are worried about becoming pregnant, you should know that birth control is not reliable and you can never be sure how your body will react to it. Have you considered waiting until you are married to have sex? Abstinence is much more effective than the pill and A LOT less dangerous. Waiting to have sex with your husband alone is the best decision you can make and you will never regret it.
That is what I am doing. I’m waiting until I am married. I’ve never had sex before and I’ve never worried about pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases. Abstinence is the best choice I have ever made!July 2, 2009 at 1:26 am #25415
The hormones in birth control are designed to make your body think your pregnant. During your period the pills you take do not have any hormones as a result your body goes into a shock. Your body is told now that it isn’t pregnant and so you start your period. Sometimes you can ovulate during this time and can result in a pregnancy. You can also ovulate normally while on birth control, and get pregnant, no birth control method is 100% because of this. Although this can be really scary because if your on birth control your probably not planning on getting pregnant, just remember that planned or not baby’s are precious gifts. Sorry I cant tell you as far as what a doctor has told me I have never got pregnant while on birth control.
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