Codeine should have no effect on the birth control pill. The most common drugs which have an affect on birth control pills are antibiotics. Check with your doctor or pharmacist to be sure of what is right for you.
The birth control pill has no effect on HPV but you should speak to your Doctor about this.
No, valacylovir (Valtrex), famcyclovir (Famvir), and acyclovir (Zovirax) do not affect the birth control pill.
Oral sex does not affect the birth control pill. It still works just as well.
It is known to reduce the effect of birth control pills
A protein shake will have no effect on your birth control pill. It's just food.
It is the sugar pill that comes with birth control. It's the time in which you're not taking the hormones that the birth control gives you. They're only there to keep you in the routine of taking a pill every day, and have no effect. It is the sugar pill that comes with birth control. It's the time in which you're not taking the hormones that the birth control gives you. They're only there to keep you in the routine of taking a pill every day, and have no effect.
There are no known drug interactions between guaifenisin, dextromethorphan, and the birth control pill.
It's fine to swallow, chew, or dissolve the birth control pill in your mouth as long as you get all of the medication.
The birth control pill does not work when put into shampoo. You need to swallow the pill in order for it to have any effect.In other words, there's no number of pills you can put into your shampoo to have any effect.
It will effect birth control pill. You will need to use a condom for 2 weeks after taking antibiotics to give birth control a chance to reach a sufficent enough level in your system that you will be protected against pregnancy. I am not sure if it effects the morning after pill.
No. There are certain drugs that can counteract the pill and depo, but you need to ask your pharmacist when you buy these drugs.
No Viagra doesn't effect BCP.
Yes, it makes them gay if they take the pill.
The first pill does not take effect. Birth control will not prevent pregnancy until you've been on the pill for four weeks.
No, it will not. Acyclovir is an anti-viral, not an antibiotic, and it will therefore not interfere with your birth control pill.
Taking one BCP is not likely to effect your cycle.
Yes, hormonal birth control has a major effect on the body as a whole so birth control pills can cause a wide range of symptoms - including nausea, fatigue, and dizzy spells. If you suspect your pill is causing these side-effects stop using the pill and talk to your doctor about finding another brand of pill, type of pill, or another birth control method.
Most do not, but there are a few exceptions, including some antifungals, TB drugs, HIV drugs. Check with your health care provider or pharmacist for advice specific to your situation.No, it will not. Because the medication is not taken orally, most antibiotics have no effect on its efficacy.Most antibiotics do not have any effect on hormonal birth control (the pill, Nuvaring, Depo) ask your doctor or pharmacist if the antibiotics you're taking have an effect on your birth control.
This depends on your exact type of birth control. Please see the related link.No, there is no problem between those 2 drugs.
Solpadeine is a painkiller, not a birth control pill.
yes..its a birth control pill.
Ranitidine is the same as Zantac to reduce the amount of acid in your stomach. It will not effect the contraceptive pill.
Normally a woman does not ovulate while taking the birth control pill. This is the birth control pill's primary method of action.
Prune juice does not affect how well the birth control pill works. There's no increased risk of pregnancy.