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Nothing, Taking Birth Control is her choice

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no. i found the opposite. became heavy and irregular. Everybody is different.


Yes it does. I was taking Yaz and never missed a pill and took it according to all the directions. I was prescribed Cipro for a urinary tract infection and found out i was pregnant two weeks later. Thank you Insta Care for telling me Cipro lowered the effectiveness of my birth control after I found out I was pregnant.



If you stopped BC with the hope of conceiving you should be taking a prenatal vitamin and folic acid (vitamin B9, vitamin Bc or folacin). Folic acid (400 micrograms per day) has been found to prevent some neural tube birth defects that occur very early in pregnancy (before day 30) - it should be started 3 months before planning to conceive.


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.


Yes, found it under Necon. Yes, found it under Necon.


Five days is long enough to wait; but if you don't want to get pregnant, be sure that you've found an alternative way to protect yourself.


Nausea is a common side effect when taking the birth control pill, but if you experience nausea, you're probably not taking a pill that's right for you. Go back to the doctor and try a different brand of a lower hormone dose, or a higher one, depending on what you're doctor suggests. Keep trying different ones until you've found the one that's right for you.


If you take your pill EVERYDAY at the SAME TIME the birth control pill is 97.9% -99.9% effective. If you miss a pill or switch times, you reduce the effectiveness. I was on Yaz when I found out I was pregnant with my daughter. I had been taking it at 8 am everyday and was 10 weeks when I found out I was pregnant by accident at a regular pap appointment. It does happen!


When you take 28-day birth control, you get a fake period from the hormone levels in your body. Scientists have found this is fine for your body, and will not hurt you.


INH/isoniazid does not affect the birth control pill, but rifampin makes the birth control pill less effective. Talk with your health care provider about alternate methods of birth control during your treatment. Use condoms or abstain from vaginal sex until you have found an alternate method. It's important that you avoid pregnancy at this time.


THIS IS POSSILBE, BIRTH CONTROL IS NOT 100%. MY GODSISTER THOUGH SHE WAS PREGNANT, BUT FOR FOUR MONTHS SHE CONTINUED HER BIRTH CONTROL BECAUSE SHE STILL GOT HER PEROID, AND WHEN SHE WENT TO THE DOCTORS SHE FOUND OUT SHE WAS 18 WEEKS, SO YES IT CAN HAPPEN.


To provide birth control so fewer women would die of abortions and so they could control how many children they had.



I had this happen to me also. I called my ob/gyn and found out I needed to be on a lower strength birth control. She changed my prescription and it's been fine every since.


Not too sure about the Ritalin but I do know that there has been no evidence that taking birth control in early pregnancy without knowing that you are pregnant causes any complications although it is not reccommended to take the birth control if pregnancy is suspected hope this helps sorry I couldn't answer your ? completely Good Luck and God Bless!!See Related LinksSee the Related Link for "All about Ritalin" to the right for the answer though basically it says that no-one knows if it will harm the baby.


If the climate control is not working on a Mondeo the fuses should be checked. If the fuses are found to be working then the wiring feeds should be looked at.


Of course, if you are trying to get pregnant DO NOT BE ON BIRTH CONTROL!!! Now make sure the person you want to the father to be is there for you and will be there for you every step of the way, my daughter just had a baby and the babys father is no where to be found


A new study has found that women who use birth control pills will live longer.The first and most important advantage is that it gives a woman control over her own fertility. Other common advantages of birth control are lighter/shorter periods, less cramping, more predictable periods, clearer skin, and protection against ovarian cysts.


I am on Cipro for a kidney infection and had the same question. My research shows that it doesn't:Question: I am currently taking Cipro 500 for a bladder/urinary tract infection. I am also taking birth control pills. Will the Cipro change the effectiveness of my birth control medication? Is there any antibiotic substance involved? Answer: Not to any appreciable amount.Source: http://www.druginfonet.com/index.php?pageID=faq/faqcipro.htmSide-note: If you're taking Cipro or any other antibiotic plus birth control and you're a woman, the risk that you might develop a yeast infection is elevated, so avoid receiving oral sex (especially if your partner hasn't brushed his/her teeth and used mouthwash beforehand) as well as having your partner use a condom during sex to prevent further disruptions to your vagina's chemistry. Tips on how to prevent a yeast infection can be found at: http://www.brown.edu/Student_Services/Health_Services/Health_Education/general_health/wh_yeast.htm


Take a pregnancy test and found out or wait until tomorrow and see if you get your period. You can take the test up to 5 days before your missed period. Hope this helps. There is a 1% chance this could happen. If you have been taking your birth control as prescribed (not missing a dose) then that is the point of taking it ... so you don't get pregnant. It's highly doubtful you are pregnant. Birth control pills (patches) can cause your periods to become erratic and that's normal. As the above poster suggested, if you are still not convinced then get a pregnancy test kit from your closest drug store.


That depends on the type of side effect. Contact your health care provider or pharmacist for advice specific to your situation.


No because the pill is just estrogen. I was eight weeks along before I found out I was pregnant and the whole time I continued to take my birth control pill. The baby was healthy. ( I spotted and thought it was my period, that's why I was so far before I found out!)


YES! After being on the pill for a year, I finally stopped taking it. About a month and a half later I had horrible menstrual-like cramping and thought I was getting my period. Well, it never came and I later found out that I had gotten pregnant after getting off the pill but before my period returned.


No methods on the market through June 2013 have been found to cause developmental delays.



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