To switch from the Birth Control pill to Depo PRovera, just get the shot at any time
without missing your scheduled birth control pills. You'll have immediate protection from the day of the shot, as long as you took the pills as scheduled in the weeks before.
You can switch forms of birth control to what is most comfortable for you. If you would like to switch birth control consult your physician so that she/he can choose a birth control pill that is right for you.
If you start the birth control pill on schedule, no later than the day on which you would have started the next cycle of the birth control patch, you are protected during the switch. If you were late in starting the pill, you may not have protection until you've taken the pill correctly for seven days.
You can switch birth control pills at any time in your cycle as long as you take an active pill on the assigned days.
You need to talk to your doctor as he can switch you from the injection to the pill without any problems.
Solpadeine is a painkiller, not a birth control pill.
yes..its a birth control pill.
Although you will have immediate protection if you start the new birth control pill on time, it may take a month or two for your body to fully be adjusted to the new birth control.
Yes, Krimson 35 if a birth control pill
To switch from Depo Provera to the birth control pill, just start the birth control pill within the time period that your next Depo Provera injection is due. If you start on time in this way, you will have no time without protection. It's important to consider that the birth control pill has a higher failure rate than Depo Provera, and you may choose to use condoms regularly for both pregnancy and disease protection.
Normally a woman does not ovulate while taking the birth control pill. This is the birth control pill's primary method of action.
To switch from the IUD to the birth control pill, start taking the pill seven days before IUD removal if possible. Otherwise, start the pill the day of IUD removal and use a backup method of birth control for the first seven days. (The exception: if you get Paragard removed and start the pill during the first five days of your period, no backup is necessary. That doesn't work with the hormonal IUDs, though.)