Anything stored in cold temperatures actually shouldn't loose any effectiveness. Liquids become solids and solid become harder, sealing in the chemical content. Ask a pharmacist.
Anti-Biotics can decrease the effectiveness of birth control pills.
X-rays do not lower the effectiveness of the birth control pill.
No, using two methods of birth control increases effectiveness or leaves effectiveness unchanged.
Because food spoilage is mainly caused by microorganisms and low temperatures can slow down or kill most microorganisms, freezing the food will keep them from growing out of control and thus keep the food healthy.
All plants have complex chemicals in their sap that helps regulate heat, cold, moisture and even some chemicals that help resist insect attacks. Evergreen trees and bushes even have a form of anti-freeze that keeps them from freezing in extremely cold temperatures.
I have also wondered this question and with the research that I have done, it says that neither affects the effectiveness of birth control pills
Some animals have bodies that can control their own body temperatures. Some animals have to find shade or water to control their body temperature.
one of the functions of the A/S is to provide adequate controls to ensure the safety of organizational assets,including data discuss how well the control can improve efficiency and effectiveness.
Yes it may. I have recently read that obesity can affect the effectiveness of birth control.
There are no known drug interactions between fluoxetine (Prozac) and birth control.
There is no combination of birth control that cancels its effectiveness.
a system which we want to control some particular action to improve the effectiveness of the system
Answer Tylenol and other pain relievers do not effect birth control. Antibiotics is what will decrease the effectiveness of birth control.
Check with your doctor as to the effectiveness of your birth control when used in conjunction with other medications. Reduced effectiveness may be seen in some cases.
cleaning and rinsing can create a safer environment by removing organisms from items
Effectiveness and efficiency of operations.
I have heard that St. John's Wart can decrease the effectiveness of birth control as well as certain antibiotics, seizure medications, etc. on Planned Parenthood and other medical websites. If you really want to make sure you can take it without lowering the effectiveness of your birth control, I would suggest talking to your doctor. :)
Birth control pills do not decrease the effectiveness of Depo Provera.
I asked my doctor (because I'm taking both) and am currently on Azurette and she told me it should not interact or reduce the effectiveness.
Taking more than the prescribed amount of birth control pills doesn't increase effectiveness, but does increase cost and the risk of side effects.
they can't control their temperature
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