The only difference between low doses and higher is that with lower doses you have a greater chance of getting breakthrough bleeding which is bleeding between periods.
Also, the dosage can be a problem is if you switch from a high dose to a lower one, then you can get pregnant.
From a loestrin user-- I take loestrin and its very good. I advise low dosage. If ur doctor subscribes it to yu then yu should trust ur doc. At 1st its a lil nausiating but after a month or 2 that goes away.. and yes its normal to spot betwen ur period.. it should be very light.
*personal experience* i took that pill and i never got pregnant, until after i stopped taking it, so if u dont want to get pregnant then dont stop lol
With the exception of abstinence or radical surgery, no mechanical or chemical method of birth control is 100% effective, though most modern contraceptives are very reliable.Less so is using the so called rhythm method or coitus interuptus (pulling out).
If you're on Birth Control and using the Withdrawal Method then you're at the very least as safe as you would be on Birth Control. If you look at it as a percentage though... Less sperm in the vagina reduces the possibility of pregnancy and Birth Control lessens the possibility of Pregnancy as well. So, in effect, you're safer. -Note: The Withdrawal Method is not an effective form of contraceptive.
Retin A is a effective method to treat bad acne. This medicine though can only be given from a doctor.
It depends on your definition of "better". For someone with moral, ethical or religious beliefs that make it impossible to embrace "artificial" birth control methods, then the "natural" methods are perhaps best. Ultimately, though, "natural" methods like the "mucus method" or "rhythm method" are less effective than medical methods like "the pill" or IUDs or sterilization.
If you had missed a pill or been late with a pill, causing you to take the morning after pill, then you should use a back up method of birth control for the next seven days. If you didn't forget a pill or take a pill late, then I'm not sure why you took the morning after pill, but the birth control pill will still be effective even though you took the morning after pill. The morning after pill doesn't make the birth control pill less effective.
water if your home PC builder,its a pain though,or liquid nitrogen if your a processor developer.
Killing them is the best method, though destroying their habitat is also effective. why would you wanna do that!
I'd suggest a birth control pill. But, a condom is effective, as well, though many couples don't want to use one. The same birth control used out-of-engagement is the same for engage couples.
If you're taking the birth control pill correctly, irregular bleeding is not a sign of decreased effectiveness.
Though considered the most effective birth control you can still get pregnant the longer ago you had the surgery the better your chances are to get pregnant.
Yes, it is effective. Diet and exercise together are most effective though.
To answer your question, yes because he has already released a small amount inside you already.With the birth control it will depend on how long you have been off the pill for it to matter.But remember this the pill is only 95% effective in some cases. To answer your question, yes because he has already released a small amount inside you already.With the birth control it will depend on how long you have been off the pill for it to matter.But remember this the pill is only 95% effective in some cases.
Spermicidal condoms are very effective providing they do not rip or tear..1 percent according to condom labels. Condoms are 99.9 percent effective. Word of advice from a single mom though, go get birth control and always use a condom. Better to be super safe, than not.
Yes, you still may be pregnant. No birth control method is 100% percent effective, including the pill, and even the most effective rarely reach their full effectiveness unless taken for over 1 month. Taking other medications besides the pill can sometimes, though rarely, render the pill ineffective, which is why it's important to inform your prescribing doctor of any and all medications that you take normally. It's imperative to practice safe sexual practices by using more than one method of birth control, i.e. taking a birth control pill and using a condom (as the pill does not protect against diseases, a condom is a good idea anyway). If you are on the pill and are late with your period, skipping it entirely, or bleeding a lot (some spotting is generally normal, but if the amount of blood is concerning you, then it's an issue) while you are taking it, you should consult with a medical professional immediately. Remember, NO method of birth control is 100% effective. It is possible to be on a birth control pill and use a condom, and still get pregnant; but it is much more likely to happen if you are not practicing safe sex.
Even though tubal ligation is an extremely effective method of birth control with a less than 1% failure rate, there is still a chance of pregnancy with any birth control method. Missing 3 periods is definitely an indication for taking a pregnancy test. The chance of an ectopic pregnancy is much higher after a tubal ligation but carrying a normal pregnancy is still possible.
Yes, that is a method. The real question is, though, if it's a correct method...(trollface)
Condoms are 99% effective but all it takes is that 1% or it breaks and you're pregnant! The best combination is condoms and birth control pills.
Clown loaches are effective snail control; they get quite large though, but it takes a long time, and you can probably trade them to someone as they are quite popular.
No, it's obviously not. It's not a journalistic method, though it dependson what is written
Yes, it probably can be more effective. What that would entail though, I don't know.
The only one hundred percent effective method is is abstinance. That may sound like a fllip answer but it is true.Answeri don't think there are any 100 percent effective contraceptives you should Google the word contarceptive and see what the options are. in my opinion and experience the best method is to use condoms and the contaceptive pill though both have their faultsAbstinence.Abstaining from oral, anal, and vaginal sex as well as from genital-genital contact is 100% effective in preventing pregnancy and STDs. To prevent pregnancy, it's enough to abstain from vaginal sex.
The pill is not 100% effective (no birth control methods are 100% effective) so it's possible that you could be pregnant. The chances are low though. To further lower your chances of getting pregnant, perhaps consider also using condoms or another form of birth control (that won't clash with the pill, ie. something non-hormonal) such as the cap.
Yes it can, provided you didn't completely miss any doses.
cutting is the major source of it though 70 percent try this method most fail