Using a condom while on Birth Control is the safest after abstinence due to the fact that it prevents diseases and pregnancy.
The only method of birth control which also prevents spreading any sexually transmitted diseases is abstinence.
Since abstinence is very unlikely to be a good method of birth control after one starts having sex - including married couples who don't want to conceive immediately or those who have had a child and aren't ready for another - the best thing for you to do is have a talk with your doctor or family planning counselor, about what method works best for your lifestyle.
See information about different methods of BC at link.
By using CONDOM during making sex, its best way of birth control
It all depends on what you want and what your doctor thinks is best for you.
Birth control is not for weight control.
Condoms are the kind of birth control with highest reliability and the least side effects.
Any kind,as long as your not elergic or anything to any ingredients. Check with your doctor. and either way, any birth control you take will control your "birth".
it depends on what kind of birth control she's on if its the pill it should still come but should be shorter.. its best to ask you physician., or who ever prescribed it.
Get off the birth control would be the place to start...
well for starters do some research on birth control and find the one that is best for you and go from there.
Birth Control. Lutera
THE BEST DAY TO START TAKING BIRTH CONTROL IS MONDAY..!!!