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Yes you need to tell the doctor about ALL medication you are on including medications that you bought over the counter.


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Hello. Yes it is. It is always important to inform your doctor or surgeon of any medications you have taken or are currently on, including those bought over the counter.

The only birth control that is 100% effective is abstinence. Effectiveness of birth control really depends on the person. Some options may be pills, patches, shots, rings, condoms and surgery. The best advice is to visit your doctor and have the doctor help you decide.

birth control medications have to be prescribed by a doctor. However birth control condoms are available over the counter.

Menstrual cramps are treatable. Your doctor may recommend:Pain relievers. Hormonal birth control, or Surgery when your symptoms are serious.

You have to get a prescription from a doctor.

a doctor who gives anesthia to people during birth or surgery

The birth control pill has no effect on HPV but you should speak to your Doctor about this.

Yes you need a prescription, and you can get it from a doctor and women can get birth control pills.

A lot of women stop taking birth control without informing their Doctor. However when you do see your Doctor again its advisable you tell him/her that you're no longer taking birth control to your medical record can be updated accurately.

Tell your doctor that you want birth control pills. Some doctors will prescribe the pills for persons seeking to under go gender reassignment surgery. That or there are several pharamacy sites online where you can order birth control legally without a prescription since the medication comes from India in these cases and a prescription is'nt required there.

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.

If they are your birth control pills, prescribed by your doctor, you need to make another appointment and listen this time to what your doctor tells you.

a health clinic such as tapestry health or your doctor

Your doctor. Heath Departments etc...

Yes, you can take the morning after pill with birth control. If you have any medical questions, you will need to speak to your doctor.

You can stop the birth control pill without consulting a doctor if you're using them to prevent pregnancy. If you don't want to get pregnant, though, you should consult a doctor about other alternatives. If you're using the birth control pill for other reasons, you should consult a doctor before stopping.

It may or may not. Talk with their doctor and with them first. Many teenagers are on birth control.

It is called break through bleeding.Check with your doctor for other types of birth control.

Plus the doctor has to decide which birth control is best for you since not all birth control pills are the same. Go to your nearest family planning clinic if you dont want to go to your doctor and exolain things to them they will them prescribe it if its needed and it is all private and confidential You cannot go to a pharmacy to pick up birth control pills without a prescription. If you go to a planned parenthood center my doctor told me herself that you can go there and get birth control pills for free and confidentially,

In the US, birth control pills require a prescription from a health care provider.

Yes, but you need a prescription from a doctor or nurse practitioner. Birth control pills are not sold over-the-counter.

Any kind,as long as your not elergic or anything to any ingredients. Check with your doctor. and either way, any birth control you take will control your "birth".

yes. some birth control can cause dipression and please stop taking the birth control and talk to your local doctor if any simptoms continue

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