You will be fine. Continue to use Birth Control pills and have your partner wear condoms.
OMG that's crazy why would you take 6 pill and then the morning after pill that's way too
much and that's really hard on your body.The morning after pill alone is really hard on your
system! hormones taken orally stay in the body for a long time.Taking that much at once
is really guna mess your hormones up.Not to mention possibly have really ugly side effects.Try to be nice to your body just take a good birth control and stick with it.
And try to avoid taking the morning after pill it really should only be taken once a year if that.I've have taken it alot in the past and it really hurt my body.I will never take it again
Chlamydia and gonorrhea can affect future fertility in males by causing scarring that can damage the vas deferens.
Chlamydia and gonorrhea will make a man sterile.
Bacterial STDs affect future fertility in females and males by causing scarring in the small tubes of the reproductive tract, blocking the ability of semen or eggs to meet for fertilization.
There are no male hormonal contraceptives on the market in June 2013
Possibly as an infection can pass right through the body, it will clear up when its gone though.
Yes. Infections such as chlamydia and gonorrhea have the potential to make both men and women infertile.
Males. They are less aware of affecting fertility than females.
All STDs can affect males.
Being hirsute has no effect on a males fertility.
No. But it is better for fertility if they are lower than the core temperature of the body.
Chlamydia can sometimes cause scarring in men that can lead to infertility. It can also affect the testicles directly, which can decrease the quality of the sperm; this problem will sometimes improve after chlamydia treatment. But most people who have chlamydia are able to conceive in the future.
Both - more common in males
Yes males consumption of alcohol affect the fetus later in life
Schizophrenia does not affect more males than females. However, males are affected earlier and more severely, for unknown reasons, than females.
Fertility will drop
gets them angry
All STDs affect both men and women.
No, it only affect males.
Alzheimer's disease affects both females and males.
If males have long-term effects from gonorrhea, they are typically related to scarring. Gonorrhea can cause scarring in the tubes of the reproductive system, affecting fertility.
Males with Down syndrome usually do not father children, while females have lower rates of fertility relative to those who are unaffected. Fertility is estimated to be present in 30â€“50% of women.