Plus the doctor has to decide which Birth Control is best for you since not all birth control pills are the same.
Go to your nearest family planning clinic if you dont want to go to your doctor and exolain things to them they will them prescribe it if its needed and it is all private and confidential
You cannot go to a pharmacy to pick up birth control pills without a prescription.
If you go to a planned parenthood center my doctor told me herself that you can go there and get birth control pills for free and confidentially,
At any pharmacy. Just walk in and ask for it by name. However if you are underage they will not sell it to you.
Just go see a doctor about it.
Yes, you can take the morning after pill with birth control. If you have any medical questions, you will need to speak to your doctor.
I just called my pharmacy because I had the same concern - the answer is no. Although klonopin is an anti-seizure drug, it is in a different class that does not affect birth control. If anything, the birth control will INCREASE the effects of klonopin. That's what they told me!
your period is just irregular go to the doctor and get on birth control.
Check with your doctor. Should be okay, just this once.
I would think it would be, but check with your doctor just to be sure.
You should call your doctor to get clarification of how to take your birth control pills. Birth control pills are supposed to be started on the Sunday after your period begins.
Yes. I just bought it at the local pharmacy here in Nanjing. Of course, make sure that you buy it from a reputable pharmacist.
i just recently got on birth control myself. my gyno. and pharamacist both said it take 7 days to start working as a contraceptive. i may suggest calling your local pharmacy and asking them for help.
yes...for sure..the degree is "Doctor of Pharmacy" . Dr is just a title, honour for degree, they are pharmacy officers(Pharmacists) entitled "Dr" like MBBS degree holders are medical officers entitled as "Dr"
Depends on the birth control. If it's a prescription method, like the pill or an IUD, visit a doctor. If you're using a barrier like condoms or creams, just go to a drugstore.