I can think of no medical problems, however you are not going to be protected from prgnancy. If you are sexually active and don't want to be pregnant, stay on some form of Birth Control.
Safety is not the issue. The pill only stops your periods. Once you stop taking the pill, you can become pregnant within a month or two - depending how fertile you are.
Silver prices do not typically fluctuate a lot in a week. Silver and Gold are both slow and safe.
If by "safe" you mean avoiding disease, you should know that the Pill does not protect against disease.
No way! You must take the pill for seven days before you are safe.
after being on the pill for 15 years how safe am i if the condom splits when having sex or should i go to my doctors tomorrow and get the morning after pill
The pill being used for skin care reasons has the same effectiveness as if you were to use it for safe sex. It can be used for safe sex and yes, it will work if you take it correctly.
I would consider it safe to use another form of birth control along with the pill as long as it didn't contain hormones as the pill does. You don't want to put too many different hormones in your body. If you can buy it at a store without a prescription from a doctor, it's probably safe to take with the pill. But read the package just to be safe. It will say on the package not to take with the pill if it isn't safe.
Safe: yes. Effective: arguable.
is it safe
Daphne pill from trust is okay and safe for lactating moms.
no you are still safe ;)
To be safe you have to follow the directions on the birth control.
The I pill will keep you safe in three days or 72 hours only.
Yes, except if you choke on it and die.
Answer:No, Melatonin is not necessary nor safe for children.Answer:yes, but you should only give them half a pill to one pill, depending on their age.
Luckily you are on the pill for double protection as the pill is 98% safe. So you should not be pregnant?
Yes, it's safe to continue using the birth control pill even while waiting for Jadelle to become effective.
There are no known drug interactions between antihistamines and the pill, patch, shot, ring, IUD, or contraceptive implant.No, you're safe =]
If you have found a pill, do not eat it or offer it round, take it straight to a chemist's shop for safe disposal.
You should take your birth control pill on schedule regardless of any bleeding.
The Prosolution pill has been approved by the FDA. For safety, be sure to follow the directions and consult your physician.
If you are off the contraceptive pill for a few days, it is safe to go back on. However, it is important to use another contraceptive for the following 7 days until you are fully protected again by the pill, if you want to avoid pregnancy.
As safe as any birth control pill 99.9% if taken as instructed.
To be safe... probably.. because not all ways to prevent birth are 100% affective