The bottom-line of all this is that you don’t really have to worry if you conceive while taking pills. There have been numerous instances when babies that were conceived in a similar manner have been born perfectly normal. As aforementioned, there is no evidence that the unborn child will be harmed because of the pills. In fact, studies have not been able to unearth any side effects at all. Thus, there is no need for you to panic at all. If you are pregnant or if you suspect pregnancy, simply visit the doctor. Of course, stop taking the pills and let the doctor help you out. Don’t worry about any harm because the chances of harming the baby are very slim, if any.
"The timing of when to conceive should be made carefully and in conjunction with your doctor, but this new information should help us get many couples on the road to having a healthy baby in a more timely fashion," says Alan Copperman, MD, a reproductive endocrinologist at Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York, and the director of the division of reproductive endocrinology and infertility and the vice-chairman of the department of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive science at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City. "The next ovulatory cycle may be an opportunity to conceive in many cases," he tells WebMD.