It depends what type of Birth Control is being considered. The best type of birth control is abstinence. In this case, alcohol intake may lower one's inhibitions, which might lead to doing things that would be regretted later, including sex. If on "the pill,", although it isn't likely, drinking a lot and potentially vomiting, may also lead to vomiting the pill.
If you consume alcohol on a very regular basis, sudden withdrawal from alcohol use can affect the way your body produces and uses estrogens and can reduce the effectiveness of the contraceptive pill as a result.
Alcohol does not affect any birth control method.
There are no drug interactions between alcohol and the birth control pill. Alcohol increases the risk of forgetting to take your pill.
Yes, it will make you less likely to remember to get it!
Penicillin does not affect birth control.
Asprin doesn't affect birth control.
Yes, it is safe. Alcohol consumption will not effect the efficacy of the birth control.
There are no known drug interactions between Sudafed and the birth control pillNothing. It does not affect birth control.
Does vimovo affect birth control
Caffeine does not affect how well birth control works. Thank goodness!
Cortisone does not affect how well the birth control pill works.
Steroids do not affect how well the birth control pill works.
Augmentin does not affect how well the birth control pill works.
From conception to birth.
No,not at all. The only thing that can affect birth control is certain medications
Nasacort and other inhaled steroids do not affect the birth control pill
Antibiotics rarely affect the birth control pill in general.
No, clindamycin topical for acne does not affect the birth control pill
I can't think of any way that glass would affect birth control.
Since it has a small amount of alcohol, there is a high probability that you will get drunk. Because of this there is a 100% of pregnancy.
Stress does not affect how well the birth control pill works. Stress can affect periods when you're not on the pill.
Some pills can affect birth control. If your ill this can sometimes effect birth control too. You need to speak to a medical professional to find out for definite but its possible malaria pills may affect your birth control.
can levaquin interfere with lutera birth control pill?
yes, this will not affect your birth control