No. But you should not be doubling up on Birth Control.
You know if you've pregnant while using the contraceptive implant by taking a pregnancy test.
Skipping the placebo pills does not increase your risk of pregnancy.
Usually you have your period at specific times when taking birth control. If you have concerns, take a pregnancy test.
No. Mirena is a contraceptive Intrauterine device (IUD) and should have no effect on, nor be affected by taking valacyclovir (Valtrex).
no, if you are taking the contraceptive as prescribed, which is normally one a day, then it prevents pregnancy 99.9%. If you missed one or more, i would suggest you to take plan b
By skipping the placebo week, you only lower the risk of accidental pregnancy. It's possible to get pregnant using the birth control pill, but taking the packs back to back doesn't increase the risk.
Your taking the laxative before taking your contraceptive should not affect your contraceptive's properly functioning.
Yes, alcohol may effect you if you are taking prozac. Prozac is not a contraceptive and will never prevent pregnancy.
It is highly unlikely but is possible. If you are worried then on the day your normal period is due take a HPT.
Yes it is possible. Birth control only protects you against a 98% chance of pregnancy so there is still a 2% chance of pregnancy occurring.
it can be but not necessarily. If you are taking a hormone, like the contraceptive pill or steroids, eg excema cream, this can also cause the same effect
Birth control pills and/or iron tablets do not cause abortion.
Yes, you can skip your period indefinitely by taking five packs of birth control pills in a row, but you may experience irregular bleeding. Skipping periods does not increase the risk of pregnancy or problems with the uterine lining.
The contraceptive pill can flare up candida of which thrush is a common symptom
can you start to bleed after just taking one contraceptive pill?
They usually last six months.
Please talk to your health care professional or find the official instructions for your contraceptive. My understanding is that one must take birth control pills for a month to be assured of contraceptive effects. Meanwhile use a backup method like condoms or foam according to the instructions.
There are such chances but in a very little percent.
It is Statisically possible
Prenatal vitamins are generally taken during pregnancy or while trying to conceive so a woman's body can sustain her and the fetus. There is no contraindication to use prenatal vitamins with contraceptive pills, but another vitamin supplement may be more appropriate.
You can get pregnant immediately after removal of the contraceptive implant. Use a different method of birth control if you don't want to get pregnant.
Yes, they will grow some.
You wait 12 days and then take a HPT.