What are the contraceptive pills for breastfeeding moms?
Yes and no. It depends on which pill you are taking. There are three types of contraceptive pills: Oestrogen Progestogen Oestrogen and Progestogen combined The contraceptives that contain Oestrogen will interfere with the lactation process, making it difficult or impossible to produce milk, while making breastfeeding somewhat sore and painful for the mother. Progestogen contraceptives are fine to breastfeed on as they will not interfere with lactation. If you are unsure which pills you are… Read More
What are the elements of contraceptive.
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The best time for breastfeeding moms to quit breastfeeding is a personal choice. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends breastfeeding only for the first six months and then introducing solid foods while continuing to breastfeed until the child reaches the age of one.
No. The warning on the box specifically says, "If pregnant or breastfeeding, do not use."
no contraceptive pills cant abort a child
you stop having contraceptive aid and might get pregnant! You will stop having contraceptive aid and might get pregnant.
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Breastfeeding will delay you from getting pregnant but its better to have some contraceptive barrier to be safe or consult doctor to give you a birth control pill that is safe while you are breastfeeding.
No, you cannot take ACE while breastfeeding. The caffeine in it is not good for baby.
Which pills? If contraceptive pill, no.
Not all pills are contraceptives. For example, aspirin, simvastatin, and sildenafil do not prevent pregnancy.
Nexplanon and other progesterone methods are safe to use while breastfeeding. The risk of pregnancy is low on Nexplanon, and even lower if you're breastfeeding exclusively and your baby is less than six months old.
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No, medroxyprogesterone is not a birth control pill
Pills do not cause diseases. They also do not protect you from diseases. This is why condoms are inportant, they are the only contraceptive to protect you from Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs). Be safe, get tested, and know your partner's history.
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.
Yes, that is generally not a problem.
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Low blood pressure is not a known side effect of birth control pills.
How long after giving birth is normal for your period to return if you have breastfeed and had implanon implant?
Both breastfeeding and the contraceptive implant can prevent bleeding.
No. Read the directions on your specific contraceptive, but nearly every contraceptive strongly recommends using alternative birth control (barrier method: condoms) after missing more than one pill. Again, read the directions on your specific pills because each one is different. That will tell you what to do.
its a brand name of a contraceptive pills.
barrier method ,IUD, oral pills, Permenent method.
It is Statisically possible
All contraceptive pills contain a progestin, an artificial progesterone. Most also contain an estrogen.
Combined ECPs that were available in the United States contained 100 micrograms of the synthetic estrogen, ethinyl estradiol, and 0.5-0.6 mg of the synthetic progestin levonorgestrel. Combined emergency contraceptive pills are no longer on the market.
NONE. None at all. Don't do it.
Tamiflu does not seem to react with contraceptive pills, however if a more specific contraceptive pill was identified then a more assured answer can be given.
NOTHING is TOTALLY safe EVER.
Not dangerous as far as we know.
They don't work and you aren't protected by them.
That is one of the side effects of the MAP.
The combined contraceptive pill will make your breasts bigger...
Yes. You can have it spayed, or you can feed it contraceptive pills. Talk to a veterinarian about it.
copper mainly.because it vigorously reduces the progesterone content in our body.
All birth control pills contain an artificial progesterone. Most, but not all, also contain an artificial estrogen.
. I believe they say the contraceptive pill is effective 97%-99%, so that would give a 1%-3% chance of getting pregnant.
I've just started taking mercilon contraceptive I've taken 8 pills so far am I protected from pregnancy?
Please talk to your health care professional or find the official instructions for your contraceptive. My understanding is that one must take birth control pills for a month to be assured of contraceptive effects. Meanwhile use a backup method like condoms or foam according to the instructions.
It stopped mine entirely. I was prescribed Micronor because it's progesterone only, and I needed an estrogen free product because I was breastfeeding. Being that Micronor comes in packs of 28 with no sugar pills (and no break between packs), it never occurred to me that I should be having a period. Apparently some women do. I just saw my doc two days ago, and she was not concerned that I wasn't having periods. We… Read More
Taking too many birth control pills can cause nausea or breast tenderness. It does not cause abortion or infertility.
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A gay woman may want to use contraceptive pills to regulate her monthly hormones to avoid mood swings or other physical problems. She may also want to know she is safe from pregnancy even if she is ever unlucky enough to be raped.
Prenatal vitamins are generally taken during pregnancy or while trying to conceive so a woman's body can sustain her and the fetus. There is no contraindication to use prenatal vitamins with contraceptive pills, but another vitamin supplement may be more appropriate.
You cannot take any pills when you are breastfeeding. Any pills you take gets into your milk and are fed to the baby. This could be dangerous for your baby's growth.
A triphasic oral contraceptive is a form of birth control that contains 3 different dosages of pills in a pack. Typically the first phase/week contains higher dosage pills, the second phase/week contains a lower dosage and the third phase/week contains the lowest dosage of pills. Though triphasic birth control pills contain different dosages, it is still effective. A benefit of triphasic pills is the lower risk of side effects such as spotting, breakthrough bleeding and… Read More
Does that include if you've had unprotected sex a week before your period is due and you missed the 5 pills before that?
Is it OK to take a different contraceptive pill for one day if you do not have enough of your usual supply?
No. Because different contraceptive pills work in different ways, and at different dosages, substituting one for another will not work.