No Singulair (montelukast) has no effect on Birth Control pill. It can be taken at the same moment (or in the same day) regularly.
No, using two methods of birth control increases effectiveness or leaves effectiveness unchanged.
I asked my doctor (because I'm taking both) and am currently on Azurette and she told me it should not interact or reduce the effectiveness.
Antibiotics reduce the effectiveness of birth control. You should use a backup method like condoms.
I have noticed that I have NOT been myself since on Lexapro and birth control..I was looking for an answer to see if they just DON"T get along! .
There are no known drug interactions between ketorolac (toradol) and combined or progestin-only birth control pills.
Yes, antibiotics reduce the effectiveness of the birth control causing breakthrough bleeding
Anti-Biotics can decrease the effectiveness of birth control pills.
I think you are a little young if it is your first
While a few antibiotics can reduce the effectiveness of birth control pills, they don't have any significant effect on whether or not you get pregnant if you are not on the pill.
Answer Tylenol and other pain relievers do not effect birth control. Antibiotics is what will decrease the effectiveness of birth control.
I have also wondered this question and with the research that I have done, it says that neither affects the effectiveness of birth control pills
Yes, birth control is meant to reduce the risk of pregnancy. If you want to get pregnant, you wouldn't use birth control.