You should take your Birth Control every day and at the same time each day. Taking your birth control this way will keep you 99.9% protected from pregnancy. Also, you should take your birth control at a time that is convenient for you, so that you do not forget to take your pills. Morning time is the best time to take your birth control. For example, take your birth control every day at 6 AM. Here is a tip, you should have your alarm already set for a time and have your pills by your bedside so that you do not forget.
Yes, you can take birth control during your period. You should take your birth control as directed regardless of bleeding.
No,. You should take the birth control pills as they have been prescribed.
You should not take birth control while pregnant. Not at all.
No, you should not be pregnant when taking birth control. Birth control is meant to lower the risk of pregnancy.
You can take the birth control pill with or without liquid. Any liquid will do.
NO, you should not take birth control if you think you may be pregnant. Instead, you should immediately see your doctor for proper diagnosis and guidance.
yes, i take birth control and i still have cramps
An IUD is a choice of birth control.... I dont think you take antibiotics for birth control... you take antibiotics for infections.
Take birth control pills for as long as you don't want to get pregnant.
You only need to take a break when you want to get pregnant. There is no medical need to "take a break" from birth control.
Birth control pills are female hormones, a man should not take them.
You should take birth control on schedule regardless of bleeding. Hormonal birth control can sometimes cause a missed period.
If you want to get pregnant, you should stop using the birth control patch altogether.
No. Some types of antibiotics interact poorly with birth control, but Cipro (the brand name of ciproflaxin) should be safe to take with birth control pills.
Yes, you can and should take the birth control pill on schedule as prescribed regardless of bleeding.
You should take the birth control pill as directed regardless of bleeding. Take a pregnancy test if you missed pills in the previous cycle.
Vicodin and birth control pills should not be taken together. Medication like Vicodin can limit the effectiveness of birth control pills causing them not to work as well.
usually if you take the birth control for a week straight without missing any you will be protected. even if you use birth control it isn't 100% effective, so you should use condoms to be safe.
You can take the birth control pill at any time of day. Pick a time when you're most likely to remember.
You can take birth control when you have herpes.
No this will not make your period come earlier. You should only take 1 birth control pill a day.
No, you should continue to take the birth control and then go and see your doctor about it and address any and all concerns about the medicine with him or her
You should take your birth control pills in order and on schedule regardless of bleeding. If you have questions about your bleeding, call the prescriber, but keep taking the pills.
It sounds like normal birth control. Technically it could take up to a month for your birth control to be in full effect. But this could be different based on they types of birth control you take, This information should be located within the packaging of your birth control. It is a hormone therapy. If you are concerned about becoming pregnant while starting your birth control you should use another form of contraception (condoms). Or just not have sex in that time. (You should probably use condoms anyway just as a safety measure as birth control does not protect against std's.) If you are concerned that you are pregnant you should consult a doctor and stop taking your birth control. Birth control is not an abortion pill (that is something totally different) but it could potentially harm the fetus. A good way to know if you are pregnant is missing periods (if you have been taking your birth control regularly it should be easy to calculate).
No it is not okay. If birth control pills are not taken everyday at the same time, you will increase your chances of pregnancy. The only way for birth control to be 99.9% effective you must take your birth control everyday at the same time. If you find it difficult remembering to take your birth control as directed, you should speak to your physician about trying a different method of birth control, such as an IUD, or the Depo Vera shot. In the meanwhile find a time that is convenient for you to take your pill. Try taking your birth control everyday at 7 AM for example.