You should really talk to your health care professionalist about your question. The pills may effect and they might not, but to be on the safe side talk to your doctor.
Thats right, the doctor knows what is good for you.
Not drinking alcohol!
some medications and other drugs may affect hair's receptivity to dye. The most common culprits could be thyroid medications, chemotherapy, and some types of hormonal medications.
Medication that keeps a person from rejecting a transplanted organ.
Because of its location and method of action, no medications affect the Paragard copper IUD. That's one of its great benefits.
It is important to follow directions regarding taking medication with or without food as stomach contents can affect absorption. In addition, some foods can interfere with medications (grapefruit juice is known to affect several medications).
Depoprovera will not make you pregnant for months.
Anti-inflammatory medications do not affect how well NuvaRing works.
Vaginal medications may affect accurate pap smear test results. Other medications do not.
That is one of the advantages of this drug.
Medications used for herpes, like Valtrex, Famvir, and Zovirax/acyclovir, do not affect the birth control pill. Some HIV medications do affect the birth control pill. Contact your pharmacist or health care provider for advice specific to your medication regimen.
Medications for schizophrenia usually lower the numbers of dopamine receptors in the brain. The two main classes of medications for schizophrenia are antipsychotics and atypical antipsychotics.
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Some antifungal medications, like griseofulvin, affect the birth control pill. Contact your health care provider or pharmacist for advice specific to your medications.
Antibiotics such as Keflex (cephalexin) only interfere with oral contraceptive pills as they affect their absorption into the body and therefore may interfere with the effectiveness of the pill. Injectable contraception such as DepoProvera is NOT effected.There are no known drug interactions between Keflex and Depo Provera.
No,not at all. The only thing that can affect birth control is certain medications
There are no known drug interactions between prednisone and Mirena. Few medications affect Mirena.
Cold medications like over the counter pain releivers, pseudoephedrine, guaifenisen, and antihistamines do not affect the birth control pill. Anti-flu medications like Tamiflu also do not affect the pill.
Birth control pills, ring, patch, DepoProvera and the IUD are not barriers.
There are medications that can help control your weight, although they are not all FDA approved. There are also medications on the market that control triglycerides and cholesterol that ultimately affect a person's weight.