Birth control vaccines don't exist, but you can get birth control shots.
Birth control shots cannot cause falsely positive pregnancy tests. Pregnancy tests measure hCG (human corionic gonatotropin). Birth control shots contain entirely different hormones.
no that is not true you it depend on your body and wen ur period is
No it does not.
grow a pair and have a baby instead of using birth control shots.
it depends on what kind your taking, there are shots and pills
can a total body cleanse effect your birth control?
It takes a month for birth control to become effective and for your body to adjust to it.
No. Your behind won't get bigger from a 5cc shot.
This is your body getting used the shots again, I had the same problem, the discharge cleared itself up after a few weeks as my body needed to get used to the shots again.
3 months from the point you get it and then you have about 2 weeks to get another shot.
It can not make you abort/miscarry if you've had a positive pregnancy test.
Birth control pills increase the risk for blood clots. If you already have blood clots, birth control pills could make the clots worse. There are other birth control methods which could be good alternatives, condoms, diaphragms, shots, and IUDs.
No. I was on the same birth control for years.
You should not take birth control while pregnant. Not at all.
The only birth control that is 100% effective is abstinence. Effectiveness of birth control really depends on the person. Some options may be pills, patches, shots, rings, condoms and surgery. The best advice is to visit your doctor and have the doctor help you decide.
Birth control pills change the level of hormones in your body which can affect your weight.
No, birth control pills will not interrupt your physical growth.
The duration of Body Shots is 1.77 hours.
Although you will have immediate protection if you start the new birth control pill on time, it may take a month or two for your body to fully be adjusted to the new birth control.
It takes one month for birth control to work effectively in your body & one month before you can have unprotected intercourse.
There is no condition in which the body "rejects birth control." You may have experienced side effects from one or more methods of birth control, and these have medical terms. You may have experienced birth control failure, and could guess that the cause, which may have a scientific name. But there is no recognized medication condition in which the body "rejects birth control." If you like, write again with a more specific description of what you mean by "rejection," and I'll help you find a word.
Your period will come naturally. Birth control does not help you get your period. Your body decides when you will get your period.
It's possible to be pregnant, on birth control, and not know it. If so, you'll just stop the birth control when the pregnancy is discovered.