You could get side effects for about 3 months. Your body just needs time to adjust. If they persist after that, you made need to switch your brands of.
With the exception of spermicides, birth control methods have no effect on how long sperm can last.
Birth control remains in your system for 3 months. You can continue to have symptoms during this time.
While on birth control, your periods should last just as long as when you're not on birth control. Some women regularly experience 2-3 day periods while other women can regularly experience 6-8 day periods.
Nausea is unusual after stopping birth control. Take a pregnancy test to make sure that's not the issue.
3 months from the point you get it and then you have about 2 weeks to get another shot.
Your period will last between 2-7 days.
It usually lasts about 2-7 days less
It should be the same amount of time as when NOT on birth control.
mine has lasted a week now! it can last up to 5 days or 2 weeks
I don't think that birth control stops bloating. At least it doesn't work for me. I still blow up like a balloon a few days before my cycle and I have taken birth control pills for about 15 years.
Birth control is for avoiding pregnancy. It won't help you get pregnant.
When you take birth control pills, you will have your period arriving during the 7 days break. During this time your period may last between 2-7 days.
There are no known effects, short- or long-term, of birth control on bladder function.
You can stay on birth control for as long as you want. I
Your birth control stays effective until you stop using it.
It depends on the type of birth control. Sometimes after starting it, it could be longer than normal, and sometimes it will disappear the first month. Sometimes it will be normal, and sometimes is will be shorter.
Having gone through infertility, I have heard that the side effects can last up to 3 months.
The amount of time a person is sick from first taking birth control pills is different tor each person. You should call your doctor to make sure you are not having side affects to the pills.
Very few antibiotics affect birth control. If you want to get pregnant, stop using birth control.
There is no proof that birth control has a long term affect on being pregnant.
Take birth control pills for as long as you don't want to get pregnant.
Birth control is meant to prevent pregnancy.
You should be on birth control until you want to conceive or until you reach menopause.
You can be on birth control until you want to get pregnant, reach menopause, or have a medical condition that requires a change of method. There is no time limit for staying on birth control.
It all depends on how long you bled before you got on birth control. Some birth control pills stop bleeding completely. If you want to know specifics your going to have to talk to your doctor.