Birth Control pills are usually not associated with severehealth problems so its unlikely but there is always a chance. You'll have to speak to a medical professional to find out for sure.
Psychiatric medications will not have that kind of effect. Only birth control do.
If a condom is used that is properly put on and stays intact during intercourse then you cant get pregnant. Birth control medications are designed to stop you from getting pregnant as well.
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Yes! A person can still get pregnant if they are on birth control. This may occur for a couple of different reasons. One reason is taking other medications. Other medications such as antibiotics may make the birth control ineffective. Also, misuse of birth control may be a reason. Also if the birth control is making the recipient ill, and the birth control is vomited up, it will not be effective.
It is rare that taking birth control will help you get pregnant. It is occasionally used in fertility clinics along with other medications in a coordinated treatment regimen. For most women, taking a birth control pill to get pregnant is a waste of time and money.
Never! If you think you are pregnant do not take ANY hormone medications (like birth control.) It is best not to take any medications at all until you have confirmed the pregnancy with a doctor and gotten medical advice on what is safe to take. The earlier in the pregnancy the more dangerous it is to expose the baby to chemicals. So, it is better to be too cautious than not cautious enough. (Besides, if you are already pregnant, what do you need birth control for? :)
Birth control pill is a general name for a group of medications that can greatly reduce the chances of a woman getting pregnant. There is still a chance of getting pregnant, but it is greatly reduced.
yes its a 50 50 chance
Medications that control diarrhea by slowing intestinal contractions can cause problems and should be avoided by patients with bloody diarrhea or fever, especially if antibiotics have not been started.
There are medications that can help control your weight, although they are not all FDA approved. There are also medications on the market that control triglycerides and cholesterol that ultimately affect a person's weight.
Pregnancy can occur while on birth control for a few reasons. One reason is other medications canceling out the effectiveness of birth control. Some antibiotics and other medications are known to make birth control ineffective. Pregnancy can also occur if the birth control is taken incorrectly. Also, if the birth control is making the recipient ill, and the birth control is being vomited back up, then it will not be effective.
Sometimes. If you are using the birth control pill, some medications (like certain antibiotics) might make your body get rid of the estrogen from the pills faster than it normally would. This might put you at risk of getting pregnant. Most medications don't have an effect on birth control pills - the best thing to do is ask your pharmacist when you get your medication filled. If you are using other forms of birth control, such as condoms, your medications will not "cancel it out".
Yes. Usually easier, assuming there are no problems with the reproductive system. Generally it is advised to wait at least 6 months before trying to get pregnant after stopping the birth control pill.
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Hi, If you suspect you're pregnant you must stop taking birth control immediately and make a appointment with your doctor to confirm the pregnancy. BC pills taken during early pregnancy can result in miscarriage, mental problems, mental development problems, physical development problems and growth problem for the unborn baby.
No, birth control is intended to prevent pregnancy. You can become pregnant while on birth control, as no method is 100% effective, but it isn't the birth control that makes you pregnant.
A patient with RS may be given drugs for breathing problems and difficulties with muscle control. One medication that is useful is baclofen (Lioresal), a muscle relaxant. Patients with seizures are given anticonvulsant (anti-seizure) medications.
Many medications do not interact well with other medications. It is a good idea to ask your doctor regarding Tamiflu and birth control pills.
yes you can anytime you stop taking your birth control you are increasing your chances to get pregnant. And also to you can get pregnant while on birth control sometimes
Doctors will know that you are on birth control when you tell them. It is wise to tell your doctor that you are birth control, as it is wise to tell them that you are taking any other medications as well. By telling your doctor that you are on birth control it will help when you need treatment or need to take any other medications such as antibiotics(penicillin, amoxicillin), because there are medications that can lower the effectiveness of your birth control.
I'm not completely sure what you mean by this question, but here's my answer: If you have been taking a contraceptive (birth control) pill while pregnant, there will probably be little or no side effects. If you are asking if you can take other medications while pregnant, this would depend on exactly what medication it is you are taking. You should consult your doctor or a pharmacist to find out what effects your medications could have on your unborn baby.
Birth control is for avoiding pregnancy. It won't help you get pregnant.
The purpose of a birth control pill is not to get pregnant, so they are not "prone" to getting pregnant. To get pregnant the pill has to be stopped.
No, you should not be pregnant when taking birth control. Birth control is meant to lower the risk of pregnancy.
Nausea can be caused by many conditions and medications, including the birth control patch and pregnancy. Take a pregnancy test if you think you're pregnant. If it's negative, restart the birth control patch.