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Yes it is possible for a women with hepatitus b can take a contraceptive pill.

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No. If you have a confirmed pregnancy the contraceptive pill will not make you abort. Only Mifepristone followed by Misoprostol will. Or Cytotec.


The Pill is the name associated with the Contraceptive Birth Control Pill.


The pill Trigestrel is a contraceptive. This pill is taken once a month, orally, like many other contraceptive pills on the market.


The contraceptive pill can flare up candida of which thrush is a common symptom


ECP is short for emergency contraceptive pill


yes, contraceptive pills affect pregnancy because the hormones in the pill, however, are synthetic and can have exaggerated side effects on some women. Some of the more common effects are the breakthrough bleeding does not mean that the pill isn't working as a contraceptive.


It is a combined contraceptive pill


Yes Minerva-35 is a contraceptive pill.


No . The antibiotics for diarrhea and sickness will overpower the effects of the contraceptive pill.


There is no male contraceptive pill on the market. Only condoms and vasectomy are available to men at this time.


It is a combined emergency contraceptive pill


It is a combined emergency contraceptive pill


It is a combined emergency contraceptive pill


It is a combined emergency contraceptive pill


It is a combined emergency contraceptive pill


It is a combined emergency contraceptive pill


It is a combined emergency contraceptive pill


It is a combined emergency contraceptive pill


It is a combined emergency contraceptive pill


It is a combined emergency contraceptive pill


It is a combined emergency contraceptive pill


It is a combined emergency contraceptive pill


If you're talking about the combined oral contraceptive pill, it was first approved for contraceptive use in the United States in 1960.


There is no one best birth control pill for any women. There is a wide variety of pills on the market with equal effectiveness. Most women will do well on any of them. Consider your insurance coverage, bleeding patterns, and pill availability.


you need not use an oral contraceptive pill, during the break of a week of your pill. You can ask your partner to use a condom for that night.



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