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No you discontinue taking birth control pills when you become pregnant. Birth control is a method used to prevent pregnancy. You are already pregnant so birth control has no use. Also, it may possibly cause bad side effects to continue taking birth control pills while you are pregnant.


If he is taking female birth control pills forget him. They contain hormones and he is not taking them for birth control.


Mood swings, headaches, breast tenderness, bloating and breakthrough bleeding are common side effects for women taking birth control pills. Birth control pills were approved for use in the United States in 1960.


It may take awhile for the hormones of the birth control to wear off after you stop taking it. Once the effects wear off then you should be able to get pregnant as you would normally.




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THE BEST DAY TO START TAKING BIRTH CONTROL IS MONDAY..!!!


The side effects of taking too many birth control pills are nausea, vomiting, excessive vaginal bleeding. Those are the normal side effects. In addition, I have found that it may cause extreme moodiness, depression, or a feeling of being overjoyed. These are the primary "book" side effects and some personal side effects. Thanks.


If you were on the shot but you switched to taking birth control pills, but you do not take the birth control pills anymore, you have a high chance of pregnancy if you have been having unprotected intercourse. All the active hormones from the birth control will have little or no effect after 3 days of not taking birth control.


No it's not bad. Birth control pills change your hormone levels and it is normal to have side effects. If it gets too bad, talk to a doctor.


Taking the birth control pill lowers the risk of pregnancy. Not taking the birth control pill does not lower the risk of pregnancy. You are more likely to get pregnant when you are not taking the birth control pill.


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.


If you're taking steroids, I wouldn't bother taking birth control, steroids can make you sterile.


Yes, taking multiple birth control pills can cause spotting.


Birth control pills do not increase the risk of birth defects in babies conceived by women who are or were taking them.


No, you should not be pregnant when taking birth control. Birth control is meant to lower the risk of pregnancy.


Different forms of birth control can have different side effects. Birth control pills can cause cramping,and possible blod clots.


Abstinence is the birth control with the fewest side effects. After that, probably condoms. When it comes to brands of hormonal birth control, the side effects differ from person to person. There's no one brand that is best for everyone.


There is no guarantee that breasts will swell while taking birth control pills. Breast tenderness and swelling are two common side effects of oral contraceptives. Other common side effects include cramping, nausea and ankle swelling. These side effects usually go away as the body gets acclimated to the pills.


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Yes. If you stop taking your birth control you are at higher risk of becoming pregnant than before you started taking it. Especially at a younger age. I was on birth control and quit taking it for a week and now I am four months pregnant.


No method of birth control is 100% effective.


Eating does not effect your birth control.


Yes. As directed by all doctors and on the instruction labels of all birth control pills, you are supposed to take your birth control everyday and at the same time. If you take your birth control at different times everyday, it is not allowing the birth control to adapt in your body the way it is supposed to and it decreases the effectiveness of the birth control as well. Some side effects of taking your pill at different times of each day may include: pregnancy, late/irregular periods, and spotting or breakthrough bleeding.



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