Mercury, but it caused more problems than it solved.
Yes it can be caused by birth control.
birth control can make your stomach upset, yes.
About one-half of unintended pregnancies are caused by contraceptive failure, either a failure of the method or a mistake by the user
The effectiveness is the same whether you take the birth control pill with food or on any empty stomach, but some women have nausea if they don't take the birth control pill with food.
There are several different side effects to the Depo-Provera birth control shot. Some of these include headaches, depression, hair loss, and acne. It can cause changes in appetite but usually does not cause stomach problems.
Yes that is still normal, in most girls, the pain should either go away or just hurt less. Some girls go on birth control for that exact reason, so it is normal for you to have stomach pain on birth control
It wouldn't be your stomach swelling, but your uterus. You could be pregnant if you've stopped taking birth control pills and you've had unprotected sex.
Yes. Acne is usually caused by testosterone. Birth control reduced those hormones.
birth control doesnt usually ever cause problems other than the depo provera shot causes weight gain
caused from prenacy or birth control
SOME OF THE BIRTH DEFFECTS CAN BE RETARDATION.FACIAL PROBLEMS. wat r others?
This would not usually be a symptom of stopping birth control but could be caused by a UTI. You may want to see about going to see a doctor to find out what is going on.
Yes it's the same in your stomach
Yes. It's called "morning sickness."
Yes it can be and it works well to get rid of the most severe problems.
Access to options for birth control and family planning may be a solution to overpopulation. Free choice of family planning methods and family size are an important component of any family planning program.
There's no particular age. Some girls go on birth control pills as young as 12 or 13, even if they haven't had sex, to control problems with periods.
You probably just have stomach bug
There are no known side effects between propranolol and the birth control pill. However, if you're taking this pill for blood pressure control or heart problems, contact your health care providers to be sure you don't need a change in birth control method.
You can take birth control pills with food or on an empty stomach. Some women find they have nausea if they don't take the pill with food.
I wouldn't. If it is expired it will not work correctly and could be very bad on your stomach.
It could but if you have symptoms these could be caused by the birth control pills not suiting your body. Talk to your doctor
Abdominal pain is often a side effect of birth control pills. You can eat something before taking the pill and see if that helps. If not, and the abdominal pain continues, you can talk to your doctor about trying a different kind of birth control and see if that eliminates your discomfort.
Menopause is the most typical form of birth control used for women over fifty. Talk with your heatlh care provider about whether you need birth control. If you do, your choices will depend on your health history and current risk factors and menstrual problems.