What are the side effects of taking three birth control pills at once?
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. Read More
Can you get pregnant if you switched from taking the shot to birth control pills but no longer take the birth control pills?
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. Read More
There is no harm in taking the birth control pills out of sequence as long as you were not taking placebos (sugar pills) when you should have been taking active pills. Read More
Packet of birth control pills on the kitchen counter, receipts from the pharmacy for birth control pills, or your wife asking, "Have you seen my birth control pills?" Read More
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Yes, taking multiple birth control pills can cause spotting. Read More
Birth control pills do not increase the risk of birth defects in babies conceived by women who are or were taking them. Read More
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. Read More
If he is taking female birth control pills forget him. They contain hormones and he is not taking them for birth control. Read More
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. Read More
There are no known drug interactions between OxyContin and birth control pills. Read More
Birth control pills are female hormones, a man should not take them. Read More
There is no harm in taking three birth control pills in one day, other than possible side effects like nausea or breast tenderness. This is the older approach to emergency contraception. But, unless you needed the morning after pill or were advised by your health care provider to take pills this way for bleeding, there is no benefit in taking three birth control pills in one day. Read More
Taking too many birth control pills can cause nausea or breast tenderness. It does not cause abortion or infertility. Read More
Yes, taking three birth control pills or taking the morning after pill can cause a missed period. Read More
Birth control pills have no effect on pregnancy tests. Read More
Birth control pills do not make your breasts grow. Read More
What happens if you delay your period for a week while on birth control and then do not get your period straight away when you start taking the sugar pills?
Continue taking your birth control pills as scheduled. Read More
No, birth control pills will not harm or end an existing pregnancy. But a pregnant women stops taking birth control because it is of no use. Read More
As soon as you know that you are pregnant then you need to stop the pills asap. still taking the pills could cause adverse effects on the fetus. Read More
Eating does not effect your birth control. Read More
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. Read More
Probably not. Blood clots are a rare side effect of birth control pills. Potential side effects and individual risk factors should be discussed with the physician prescribing birth control pills. Read More
You should not mix pills with your birth control pills. This candamage your insides or cause your birth control to be ineffective. Mixing pills is dangerous. Read More
it depends on the pills you're taking. ask your doctor, but some pills can mess up birth control and weaken the medicine . Read More
The white pills in Apri contain no medication, and have no effect on how well the red pills work. Read More
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. Read More
Withdrawal bleeds are normally lighter than menstrual bleeds. Hormonal birth control like the combination pill works to suppress your menstrual cycles to stop ovulation, thus as you no longer ovulate you no longer menstruate either. The bleeding you experience on the pill is a withdrawal bleed that results from the hormone drop when you go from active to inactive pills. As well as stopping ovulation the pill prevents secondary uterine lining build-up, with less uterine… Read More
Women's birth control pills don't work for men. When a man takes birth control pills his body is affected by the extra estrogen, which can have a serious effects. The lesson is do not take medicine not prescribed for you. Read More
What are the chances of you getting pregnant if you just started taking birth control pills two weeks before you had unprotected sex?
You need to be on birth control pills for at least seven days before you are protected. Therefore if you have been taking the pills correctly, you will not get pregnant 2 weeks after. You need to be on birth control pills for at least seven days before you are protected. Therefore if you have been taking the pills correctly, you will not get pregnant 2 weeks after. Read More
While taking the inactive pills. Read More
What is the most important to factor to consider before beginning a patient on an antibiotic regimen?
I would consider "Are they taking birth control pills?" as quite important. Antibiotics tend to "shut-off" the effects of birth control medication. Read More
Yes. You can get pregnant WHILE you are on birth control. Read More
Birth control pills do not cause infertility. Read More
An overdose of birth control pills could cause nausea and breast tenderness. It will not kill you, cause an abortion, or make you infertile. Read More
Hello - You start taking birth control pills on the last day of your period. You will have seven pills which are a different colour from the other pills. The seven different coloured pills are the "non- active or sugar pills" which you start taking after you have finished taking the active pills. The active pills are the 28+ different coloured pills from the non active ones. Read More
The last seven pills in the birth control pack are to keep you in the habit of taking pills. Some contain vitamins, but most contain no active ingredients. Read More
Then you are pregnant. Birth control pills will not have major side effects on the fetus, but it is best to stop taking them as soon as you know you are pregnant. Read More
Is it possible for birth control to mess up your body so that you can't have a period after taking it?
Birth control WILL give you a period providing you havent missed any pills and stop taking the control pills during the 7 day break. Read More
If you take one of the white reminder pills of your birth control pills when you were suppose to be taking your active pills is it okay to go back to taking the active pills and then go back to the re?
There are about 12 different kinds of birth control pills. if you missed one you should immediately start using an alternate form of birth control and call your obgyn/clinic and ask the doctor/nurse about what to do. Read More
Birth control pills will not harm or end a pregnancy, but a woman stops taking them if she's pregnant as they are of no further use. Read More
The active birth control pills are the ones that prevent pregnancy. If you don't take those pills, you could get pregnant. Read More
On the pill you don't get a period as such... Hormonal birth control works by suppressing your menstrual cycle so that you no longer ovulate, and thus you no longer menstruate either. The bleeding you get on the pill is a withdrawal bleed caused by the drop in synthetic hormones when going from active to inactive pills. If you're new to the pill or a particular brand of pill then it is normal to experience… Read More
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