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Answered 2010-11-02 22:13:00

No it's not bad. Birth Control pills change your hormone levels and it is normal to have side effects. If it gets too bad, talk to a doctor.

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yes it is quite normal to have cramps right after you start taking birth control.

The pill is 99% effective and it all depends if you are taking your pill right.

NEVER stop taking penicillin without a doctor's consent, regardless of which birth control pills you're taking, because infections will come back.

normal monophasic birth control pills are out of your system apprx 24 hour after you stop taking them. Not that you will necessarily get pregnant right away, but the possibility exists that soon.

You should call your doctor to get clarification of how to take your birth control pills. Birth control pills are supposed to be started on the Sunday after your period begins.

I'm afraid they only prevent it not get rid of it. if you think you are pregnant take a test right away. birth control will not end pregnancy.

taking to many birth control pills will make you ill. taking the right amout correctly will stop you getting pregnant. this is what they are for. you will not be told to take a dose that is too low to work. if in doubt speak to ur doc or phamasist

Yes, you do have a chance of becoming pregnant once you stop taking your birth control because it typically takes 3 days for all of the active ingredients in your birth control to exit your system.

If you've been taking the pill about a week & a half, you should be all right because the hormones are already in your body.

If you throw up that quickly after taking the birth control pill, it won't be absorbed and won't be effective.No it would need to be taken again if you threw up right after taking it. The good news is you are not likely to get pregnant from missing one pill.

There are no special risks or dangers from using birth control pills continuously, without taking the placebo pills.

Yes! Any penicillin derived antibody negates the effectiveness of your birth control pills. These warnings are printed right on the label. PLEASE read your drug info prior to taking it!

There could be a number of issues. If you are taking birth control it is possible this has stopped your period but may cause slight spotting at times. If you are not taking a birth control that may stop your period you should see a doctor right away.

Yes you can, but the chances of you becoming pregnant while taking the pill and using a condom is very small. All birth control is only about 99% effect. As long as you use it right and take you pills right you should be fine.

Right on the first day. It will take a month before the pills will be effective.

If you have unprotected sex, there is always a chance of pregnancy. For a lot of women, they are the most fertile right after they stop taking birth control. If you had intercourse around the time of ovulation, your chances will be higher of getting pregnant.

Your question is not clear. For the right and wrong ways to take birth control you can google that. For moral reasons you can visit

You should act like you have never taken birth control before as far as protection goes. Start taking birth control just like you did for the first time you started taking birth control (if you have forgotten, read the instruction pamphlet with your pills) and use a back up contraceptive (condom) for the first 30 days before having sex without a condom.

Six months is a good estimated time to cease taking birth control pills when thinking of getting pregnant. It is possible to get pregnant right away though.

There is no reason to wait to get pregnant after stopping birth control. It is not harmful to do so.

You can switch forms of birth control to what is most comfortable for you. If you would like to switch birth control consult your physician so that she/he can choose a birth control pill that is right for you.

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