Yes! Any penicillin derived antibody negates the effectiveness of yourpills. These warnings are printed right on the label. PLEASE read your drug info prior to taking it!
No, valacylovir (Valtrex), famcyclovir (Famvir), and acyclovir (Zovirax) do not affect the birth control pill.
Codeine should have no effect on the birth control pill. The most common drugs which have an affect on birth control pills are antibiotics. Check with your doctor or pharmacist to be sure of what is right for you.
ALL drugs have an effect on birth control pill?
Penicillin does not affect birth control.
This depends on your exact type of birth control. Please see the related link.No, there is no problem between those 2 drugs.
No, there's no problem in taking those 2 drugs at the same time.
Asprin doesn't affect birth control.
There are no known drug interactions between Sudafed and the birth control pillNothing. It does not affect birth control.
No. The only drugs that I have been informed that will affect that form of birth control are Tuberculosis meds and Seizure meds.
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.
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.
Some drugs or antibiotics can interfere with the way birth control pills work.
azithromycinThis medication may decrease the effectiveness of combination-type birth control pills.... You may need to use an additional form of reliable birth controlwhile using this medication....http://www.healthsquare.com/drugs/67673_2.htm
Stress does not affect how well the birth control pill works. Stress can affect periods when you're not on the pill.
There are no known drug interactions between methamphetamine and the birth control pill. If you are taking methamphetamine illegally, however, it may affect your health in other ways that would make a more reliable method of birth control necessary. Talk with your health care provider about how to avoid a pregnancy at this time if you are abusing drugs.
Very few antibiotics affect the birth control pill. These include griseofulvin, rifamin, and some HIV drugs. New medications come out often, so check with your health care provider or pharmacist for information specific to your medication.
i dont know, but certain antibiotics can render your birth control USELESS.