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How can I calculate how many weeks pregnant I am?

You’re pregnant — now what? A good first step is to calculate how many weeks you’ve been pregnant, also known as gestational age. Here's how to do the math.

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Do you need a prescription for birth control pills?

April 14, 2021

Due to COVID-19, I was unable to get my shot, so I switched to the pill. But the shot stopped my period so I don't know when I can start the pill.

July 14, 2020

I ran out of my birth control and was not able to pick up my prescription over a week after I finished my last pill because of Covid-19. Can I start the new pack more than a week after I finished my period and ran out of my pills or should I wait until my next period to start again?

May 27, 2020

If I’m on the pill and I have sex during my period week, can I get pregnant?

Sept. 25, 2012

I normally take my pill at 6 PM everyday, but sometimes I forget and don’t take it until 7 or 8 PM. How much could this lower its effectiveness?

July 17, 2012

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