Originally Answered: Can I stop taking birth control after taking just one pill?
There's no harm is stopping taking birth control at any time. All that birth control pills do is prevent fertilized ova from adhering to your uterine wall. If you stop taking it, all that means is that...you know, you could get pregnant if you have unprotected sex. Obviously.
Keep in mind, though, that a lot of birth control pills have side effects for the first few days (nausea, loss of appetite, etc.) that go away once you've been on them long enough. It's a hurdle that you will have to face with almost every kind of birth control pill. It also affects everyone differently. One of my close friends said she never had better skin than when she was on Yaz. I'm on Loestrin and in the first two months, I went up a full bra cup size. Like I said, it affects everyone differently.
Just a note—it sounds like you don't know anything about birth control!! You had to have a prescription to get it...why didn't you talk to your doctor when he/she prescribed it, ask about your concerns and questions, etc.? There's also information stuff inside of your birth control packet/box which will answer all of these questions, too. You shouldn't start taking a medication like this without understanding it! It makes me extremely nervous that you don't know what's going on with your own medication. Do your research before you put stuff in your body!!