Basically the Birth Control pill takes anywhere from a month to three or four months, depending on how your body accepts the pill. Im sure about this if your on orthotricyclen lo. Not really sure about other birth control methods.
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.
It takes one month for birth control to work effectively in your body & one month before you can have unprotected intercourse.
yes..its a birth control pill.
Solpadeine is a painkiller, not a birth control pill.
Stopping the birth control pill could unmask the fact that your body was done ovulating, but couldn't cause menopause.
Yes, Krimson 35 if a birth control pill
There are no known drug interactions between nicotine gum and the birth control pill.
It depends on how long you have been on the pill, what type of birth control pill, and your body. It could be anywhere from the day you are off it, to six months. If you are not looking to get pregnant use a condom.
No. Creatine is naturally produced in your body.
I was on the pill for 10 years. When I stopped taking the pill it took my body 6 months to have a period. Everyone is different!
Yes, minigynon 30 is a birth control pill.
ALL drugs have an effect on birth control pill?
You can get the first Depo Provera shot when you are on the birth control. It will become effective immediately, and you'll be able to stop the birth control pill at that time.
Yes, Aviane is a good birth control pill. It is the preferred pill of many women.
The birth control pill can not give you Hiv. Hiv is contracted from a body fluid exchange with a infected person.
Cortisone does not affect how well the birth control pill works.
Zigat 400 is not a birth control pill. It's an antibiotic.
Steroids do not affect how well the birth control pill works.
Augmentin does not affect how well the birth control pill works.
There are no known drug interactions between Sudafed and the birth control pillNothing. It does not affect birth control.
The birth control pill is out of your system within days, but you may have some hormonal-related symptoms as you begin to ovulate again after stopping.
Birth control affects people differently. Your body does not get used to the pill right away, so you could still have you period that week. It can take a few months for your body to fully get used to birth control.
Severe body aches are not a normal, common side effect of the birth control pill. Since you're having a severe symptom, contact your health care provider for advice.
Usually for 4 days.