An hour earlier than usually? You certainly can.
One hour early is better. The closer to the normal time, the better.
The birth control pill is something you take once every 24 hours to reduce the risk of pregnancy.
Yes you can.
Yes, you can take the pill a few hours early. Early is not a problem; late is a problem.
If you are using the birth control injection, the birth control pill and morning after pill are not necessary. Occasionally a health care provider will prescribe estrogen pills to control breakthrough bleeding early in the use of the injection.
yes..its a birth control pill.
Solpadeine is a painkiller, not a birth control pill.
Still close enough for the pill to be effective. Don't worry about it.
The birth control pill was invented in the early 1960s to help give women a control over their bodies where originally men had the role of using the protection; women now have a choice.
Yes, Krimson 35 if a birth control pill
Yes. No problem.
Yes, minigynon 30 is a birth control pill.
ALL drugs have an effect on birth control pill?
Taking the next birth control pill early does not impact effectiveness. Taking it late may.
Yes, Aviane is a good birth control pill. It is the preferred pill of many women.
The following will cause bleeding when on birth control: * Break-through bleeding * Withdrawal bleeding * Pregnancy * UTI * Morning after pill * Recently stopping/starting BCP * Missed a pill(s)
Cortisone does not affect how well the birth control pill works.
Zigat 400 is not a birth control pill. It's an antibiotic.
Steroids do not affect how well the birth control pill works.
Augmentin does not affect how well the birth control pill works.
There are no known drug interactions between Sudafed and the birth control pillNothing. It does not affect birth control.
Well it really depends on your body type, and what kind of birth control pills you are on, are you feeling nausea if so i have had the same type of issue and i had visited my gynocologist who had told me to eat an hour before or an hour after taking the pill.
There are no known drug interactions between Monistat and the birth control pill.
The birth control pill has no effect on HPV but you should speak to your Doctor about this.
There are no known drug interactions between Lexapro and the birth control pill.