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Which one of the birth control pills are good?


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2009-12-31 06:25:48
2009-12-31 06:25:48

It depends on your body. Not everyone reacts the same way to the same pill and sometimes you have a try a pill or two to see which one works for you. So, there is no true answer for you in this.


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Birth control pills if taken according to instructions.

There are about 12 different kinds of birth control pills. if you missed one you should immediately start using an alternate form of birth control and call your obgyn/clinic and ask the doctor/nurse about what to do.

There are no special risks or dangers from using birth control pills continuously, without taking the placebo pills.

Six months is a good estimated time to cease taking birth control pills when thinking of getting pregnant. It is possible to get pregnant right away though.

Yes. There are now birth control pills that regulate a period to one every three months.

The color varies from one brand to another, but the pills in the first week are the worst ones to miss.Its bad to miss one birth control pill in any week.

There is no harm in taking three birth control pills in one day, other than possible side effects like nausea or breast tenderness. This is the older approach to emergency contraception. But, unless you needed the morning after pill or were advised by your health care provider to take pills this way for bleeding, there is no benefit in taking three birth control pills in one day.

In some birth control brands, the green pills are active pills and should not be skipped. In other brands, the green pills are placebos (sugar pills or reminder pills) and can be skipped. Talk to your pharmacist or health care provider to get information specific to your brand of birth control pills.

There are many uses for birth control pills. The most obvious one is to prevent pregnancy, but it can also be used to regulate periods and hormone levels within the body.

All adults do not have to take birth control pills. Only some adults do, and it is voluntary. There are many methods of birth control, and the pill is one of the most popular; but currently, it only works for women. There is no similar pill for men. The reason women use birth control pills is that they do not want to become pregnant. Birth control pills are one method of practicing family planning, so that the woman decides (along with her partner) when the appropriate time is to have children.

Because birth control pills can increase blood pressure, this question is one that must be discussed with your health care provider.

Yes, they can help with acne. Many people use birth control pills for more than prevention of pregnancy. I was one of those people and for me regulated my hormones.

If you ARE pregnant- you have no need to take birth control, you cannot get 'more pregnant' by not taking them or anything like that. Stop taking the birth control pills and start taking prenatal vitamins. Studies are linking birth control pills to being harmful to your baby- but even if they are not harmful- why continue to take them if you are already pregnant? Again, you cannot get pregnant with multiple babies at once like one now, one in a month or anything like that. Once you are pregnant, you are pregnant and birth control will not do anything positive for your little one and is pointless to continue using.

Unless you missed taking a pill, you should not double up on birth control pills in one day. You should always take one a day, at your regular time.

Birth control pills are hormones and will not help you better if you take 4 at one time. You need to take a pill each day for them to work otherwise you are not protected.

It's possible that breakthrough bleeding could occur as result of taking birth control pills.

According to the Mayo clinic nothing happens. If you are aiming for an abortion you have to see a doctor. Birth control pills can not make you abort. They can be used as morning after pills within 5 days after sex but not once you are pregnant.

can you get pergnent if you took birth control pills only twice last month then had your period but had unprotected sex after your period will you get your period the next month??

Iโ€™m on a 3 month pill and will sometimes breakthrough bleed if I did not take my pill for 2 days. As told by my OBGYN, I always take 2 pills a day until it stops then continue with the one a day. It usually takes about 2 days to stop.

Hi, There are several that can do this but you need to speak to your Doctor about the best one for you.

antibiotics are one of the most common medicines that counter the effects of birth control. there could be others. you should speak to your doctor.

If your pills are all the same dose of hormones for each day, then nothing. If you have a type of pill where different weeks have different doses of hormones, then you will need to use another form of birth control (while continuing to take your birth control pills in the right order) for this month, as there is a chance that you may ovulate that month. You do not want to take your placebo pills (the pills you take for 1 week when you are supposed to have your period) during the middle of your birth control pill cycle, as those pills offer no birth control protection. If that was the case, then you may get a surprise period in the middle of your cycle, and you will need to use another form of birth control in order to prevent pregnancy.

Taking four or five birth control pills in a day does not affect future fertility. This is how emergency contraception was done before Plan B came on the market.

A tablet of what? Birth control pills? If you only took one birth control pill, it is the same as not taking any. It takes a complete cycle, meaning the full pack of pills, before they achieve full effectiveness. So you have very high chance of getting pregnant after taking only one birth control pill.

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