Question by  Marma (1)

If you get pregnant on the pill, will you have withdrawal bleeding?

Say one gets pregnant during the first week of pills. Would there be a withdrawal bleed during the placebo week that month (2-3 weeks later)?


Answer by  Rose (6804)

Not necessarly, if you become pregnant and have bleeding it is normally a result of implantation spotting or could be cause by trauma to the uterus.


Answer by  diane23 (1167)

Usually if you get pregnant while taking birth control pills you will not get your period, although it is still possible to have very slight spotting.


Answer by  Dana46 (2345)

It is very unlikely that a withdraw bleed would occur at the time when you would be taking the inactive birth control pills. However, a few women do have slight bleeding around the time their period would take place when they are pregnant for the first month or two, so it is possible.


Answer by  summitz06 (110)

It is possible. Every body is different so the best way to be sure is to visit your health professional and take a pregnancy test if you are unsure.

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