Birth control pills may not work properly when taken at the same time as cephalosporins. To prevent pregnancy, other methods of birth control should be used in addition to the pills while taking cephalosporins.
Yes there is a high chance that you can be pregnant. When missing pills while on birth control can cause pregnancy, a month without birth controls will not protect you from pregnancy at all. A pregnancy test should be taken.
Not if you have taken all your pills. You are 99.5% protected from pregnancy when you take BCP.
Nothing. There is no need to take 3 at once because you won't be protected any more than if you took one. Birth control pills are hormones that when taken for a month will help protect you from pregnancy . They have to be taken everyday to work.
to prevent pregnancy if taken correctly, also it can be used to ease the pain of cramps...makes the period lighter too :)
Birth control pills may not work properly when taken while barbiturates are being taken
If taken properly, it prevents pregnancy.
You should still get a period while taking birth control pills. Your period usually occurs during the placebo week of pills. If the birth control was not taken properly, then there may be a chance of pregnancy, which delays your period. If you have not gotten your period during the placebo week, your should take a pregnancy test.
No. Birth control only protects you from pregnancy if they are taken everyday at the same time, and they will regulate your period by making it come on the same day each month. The only way to delay your period while on birth control pills is by starting a new pack of pills on the day that you would start your placebo pills.
Vicodin and birth control pills should not be taken together. Medication like Vicodin can limit the effectiveness of birth control pills causing them not to work as well.
Once a pregnancy is established, no. The pills can only prevent pregnancy ( though they are not 100% effective) if given the time to saturate your bloodstream and taken daily to prevent pregnancy. Taking the pills, if you haven't been taking them to prevent pregnancy, will not cause a miscarriage. I suggest going to a doctor.
Yes. Synthroid is taken when you have hypothyroidism - to replace the natural thyroid hormone you are lacking. Hypothyroidism can cause infertility, once you start taking Synthroid your fertility returns and birth control pills will help prevent unwanted pregnancy.