No. I was on the same birth control for years.
Yes it can happen especial if you happen to be taking other drugs at the same time. Anti biotic for example.
Yes. Birth control is not 100% effective.
Yes, because your off birth control...
You can stay on birth control for as long as you want. I
Take birth control pills for as long as you don't want to get pregnant.
He is 4 years old in birth by sleep. :)
35 years ago was smack in the middle of the 1970's, the sexual revolution had been in full swing for over a decade and woman had access to Birth Control Pills for years. Pills, diaphragms, condoms and IUDs were readily available as birth control.
No, you can take birth control for as long as you'd like to avoid pregnant.
depends what country you live in.. where i am from you must be 16 years of age to get birth control without a parent, if you have a parent with you they should give you the birth control pill any time after you have had your first period
I was taking birth control for 4 years, and I went off of it in September and was pregnant by February.
Birth control decreases, not increases, the risk of pregnancy.
i have for a while felt really bloted and gained over the 5 years probbobly 5 to 8 pounds not sure if it was from birth control. I always watch what I eat and am pretty active.
Yes. No birth control is 100%.
You lower the risk of pregnancy
Unfortunately this does sometimes happen with birth control but its not as common as having irregular periods for a few months after stopping birth control. Perform a pregnancy test if you suspect pregnancy or see your Doctor.
No; the birth control pill wasn't invented and available during Margaret Sanger's reproductive years.
No. I took them 20 years and have had no problems.
At 49, your chance of conceiving has gone done quite a bit but you should consider yourself fertile until you have missed 12 straight periods. Once you have gone 12 straight cycles without a period you can safely stop using birth control. If you miss 11 periods and then have one you should continue using birth control and start the count over.
No. It shouldnt.
in Australia 40 years .
No Lamictal does not affect birth control. I take Lamictal for epilepsy and have been on birth control for 6 years. However, I was on the depo shot and was told this wasn't going to be a problem, pill form, could be different.
Well, why does a 14 year old need to take birth control pills? 14 years old is too young to have sex in the first place.
I know that after taking the Depo Provera birth control shot for more than two years it may be hard to become pregnant for the following years after that. As for regular birth control pills, I've never heard of these causing infirtility whatsoever.