Why do you feel heartburn after taking three clindamycin pills?
i got heartburn after taking my 2nd pill, i think, because it was right before bed.... you are not supposed to lie down 30 minutes after taking it and you should make sure you are taking a lot of water with it to dilute the medicine so it doesn't burn up your stomach and throat..... i have an emergency visit with my regular dr today to review.... i have just taken my third pill because the amox wasn't strong enough for my tooth infection and i ended up in the er. good luck.
Yes, taking three birth control pills or taking the morning after pill can cause a missed period.
No, taking birth control pills is designed to prevent ovulation, not induce ovulation.
No it is not safe at all.
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.
Have five days taking the errin pills but your period came on the fourth days of taking the errin pills is it ok?
Unscheduled bleeding is common in the first three months of birth control pills. If it's troublesome to you, or if you also have pain, painful urination, or unusual discharge, contact your health care provider for advice specific to your situation.
If you stopped taking them after a week you should start your period in three to five days. If you are 7 days into a new packet you probably won't start your "period" until the week you take the inactive pills.
After taking your three weeks of active pills, just skip the sugar pills in the last row and go directly into a new pack. You take 6 rows of active pills (all the active pills from 2 packs) and skip the period you would have gotten on the sugar pills
Take your birth control pills every day that you have a pill in the package. Some pills are designed to be taken for only three weeks out of the month, but most have enough pills to take one every day. NO! Take all of the pills every month, whether you have your period or not. Start the new packet the following day. BCPills only work if taken everyday, missing pills even occasionally will make the… Read More
The signs of pregnancy are a positive pregnancy test and lack of bleeding. If you think you might be pregnant, take a pregnancy test. If you missed three pills use a back up method until you've taken seven pills correctly. Consider the morning after pill if you had sex in the last five days.
Clindamycin must not be used to treat the strep throat. You need to use tablet penicillin 250 mg three times a day for ten days.
I'm pretty experienced with pills and in my opinion, taking three Ambien ruins the high you could get from just taking one or two. I love the way two makes me feel, but three just causes a crappy blackout and a hangover-type feeling the next day.
Hormone pills are NOT necessarily birth control pills, so you should make sure that it is intended for the correct usage. And no, you can't get pregnant on the last week of the inactive pills, you've already been taking three weeks of the active pills by then, which is why those pills are for the last week of your cycle; which usually are some sort of iron supplement.
No, it will not. It's part of the normal treatment when catching up on missed birth control pills (up to two at a time), or using birth control pills to control irregular uterine bleeding, as well as for emergency contraception.
If you have taken four sugar pills can you skip taking the next three and just start a new pack so your period isn't a week long?
Yes, absolutely. Some pills on the market (e.g. LoEstrin 24) are designed this way.
Yes, unscheduled bleeding is a common side effect in the first three months of birth control pill use. Continue taking your pills as scheduled.
Yes and no. It depends on which pill you are taking. There are three types of contraceptive pills: Oestrogen Progestogen Oestrogen and Progestogen combined The contraceptives that contain Oestrogen will interfere with the lactation process, making it difficult or impossible to produce milk, while making breastfeeding somewhat sore and painful for the mother. Progestogen contraceptives are fine to breastfeed on as they will not interfere with lactation. If you are unsure which pills you are… Read More
Hi i've noticed i became whiter lately, im not sure whats the cause it could either be because of spirulina, been taking 6to 8 pills, three days alreeady or maybe a combination of yasmin pills. Been taking yasmin for a month ansd a week. Im not sure if the combination made me whiter or because i started taking spirulina.
I had my tubes tied, almost three years ago and I just recently started taking birth control pills because I have dysfunctional uterine bleeding, and the pills keep it under control. So yes you can take birth control pills if you need them..
Diarrhea. Nausea. Confusion. I'm taking them right now and I took 2 at once and I feel funny
With most birth control pills, you just have to take it on the same day. If you're on the progestin only pill, you have a three-hour window. Call your health care provider or pharmacist for advice specific to your pill.
Can you have a miscarriage if 1 week pregnant and has been taking 4 ibeprofen a day for three days and was taking 4 pills a day a few days before conceiving?
No, ibuprofen has no affect on whether or not a woman miscarries. 4 pills a day is not a high dose either, so there is nothing to worry about. a miscarriage would be the result of something else.
Im on triphasil if i have 5 pills left and i stop takin them now will i get my period after three days and then start the new pack on a Sunday?
If you stop the pills now you will put yourself at risk of pregnancy. And yes your period will arrive in 2-3 days if you miss these pills and you may also put yourself at risk next month of conceiving. Best to continue taking the pills.
Hello - You need to use a condom when you have intercourse for the next week or preferably two weeks and continue taking the tablets as normal.
How long will it take for you to get pregnant if you were on birth control pills for 3 years and recently stopped taking them?
It only took me three months and I had been on the pill for 4 years.
That's certainly possible. If you took three birth control pills because you missed pills, consider taking a pregnancy test now, and repeating in two weeks, and consider another method with a lower risk of forgetting.
Is it safe to stop taking your green sugar pills and start a new pack of birth control if you still have three sugar pills left?
Yes, it's OK to start the next pack early. Doing so adds no additional risk of pregnancy.
If you took three birth control pills on the last day of taking the active pills could it cause you to be late?
It could. There should be no reason to take 3 bcp in one day. If you previously missed them, you could be pregnant and should take a pregnancy test.
all three of these pills contain cyproterone 2mg and ethinylestradiol 0,035mg, and all three are made by Schering. But they have different names, are different prices, and i have heard from people taking them that they all have different side effects. i just dont get it.
It really depends on the sort of pill you are taking. A lot of pills say to start taking the first tablets on your first day of bleeding meaning your next period will be three weeks later and then four weeks every cycle after that. If you just started taking it in the middle of your cycle, you should not bleed until the first "sugar" pill you take three weeks later. If it is a… Read More
More than three 25mg promethazine pills are lethal. 1 to three 25mg promerthazine pills are okay.
What if you started taking the pill about three weeks ago and you have been on your period or spotting for over a week?
This is called break through bleeding, if it continues talk to your doctor about changing pills.
How do you skip your period while taking the birth control pill Triphasil 28 and is it okay to do so with that type of bc pill?
You can, but doing so with the triphasic pills -- the kinds with three different colors/doses of active pills -- has a higher risk of breakthrough bleeding. Talk with your health care provider about options if you want to take pills continuously.
No. If you are taking birth control pills neither of those will effect the pill. I took all three together for years and never had my pills fail. The only drug that effects the effectiveness of your pill is an antibiotic .It does lessen the pill.
Can you start your birth control pill cycle three days after you finish your period instead of a Sunday?
You can but this will mess up your cycle and you wont be protected fully. Continue taking your pills as prescribed.
No. Hormonal birth control tricks your body into thinking it is already pregnant and shouldn't expel the uterine lining (which is what happens during a normal period). When you stop taking the pills for a couple of days, the hormone levels drop and indicate to your body that it's time to menstruate. This is exactly what happens during the "placebo week" when you stop taking pills and take sugar pills or no pills. If you… Read More
Birth control pills/patches can really do a number on your hormones so it's quite common for your periods to be all over the place (especially when you first start taking them or you stop them.)
Yes you can, with no increased risk of pregnancy or other complications, except for possible unscheduled bleeding or spotting. Skipping your period by starting the next pack early does not increase the risk of pregnancy, and may even decrease the risk. Just skip the sugar/placebo pills the last week and start a new pack of active pills and you won't get your period. The "special" birth control pills for skipping periods are not special at… Read More
If you are on a birth control pill and will be having your period while on vacation can you stop taking the pill to change the time of your period?
If you stop taking the pill immediately, you will bleed within a couple of days. Of course you will not be protected against pregnancy then. If you have time (and can take other birth precautions) stop taking the pill now, and you will bleed, then you will have your period before you go on vacation and be fine for the vacation time. If you are taking a higher dosage pill (30 or 50 mg) you… Read More
No. It's just not recommended. If three birth control pills could kill you then they would not have emergency contraceptives on the market (which has a higher dosage than three birth control pills).
My wife missed 1 pill and then took 2 the next day- her period has started so should she continue taking active pills-three left- or should she stop and start a new pack after her period?
Your wife should continue to take her active pills.
Some women have spotting just before taking the placebo pills in their birth control pack. If this symptom lasts beyond the first three cycles, or if it is bothersome to you, talk with your health care provider about changing brands.
Will it cause you to miss a period when you start taking Ortho-tricyclin-lo three weeks after you stopped taking the pill Janel?
You may miss a period or your period might arrive later than usual due to the change-over in BC pills.
The cycle is three weeks of hormones, one week of no hormones, as you pretty much figured out by the fact that of the 28 pills in the pack, seven of them are placebos. When BC pills first came out, they used to only give you the 21 hormone pills. You were supposed to take the pills for 21 days, then not take pills for seven days before starting hormones again. The problem with that… Read More
Hormonal birth control suppresses the menstrual cycles to stop ovulation, thus it will take time for your body to ovulate once you stop taking the birth control. You may get a withdrawal bleed three days after you stop taking a hormonal birth control pill, this is bleeding that mimics menstruation while on the combination pill, caused by the drop in synthetic hormones when you stop taking the active pills.
8 ounces per pill. If you cannot have full glass of water, even three-fourth will also do. It is always better to take plenty of water with the pills/capsules because when we take those pills with water, they get dissolved in water quickly and get mixed up with our blood and start showing their affects. If we do not take adequate water, pills/capsules will not get dissolved and will start showing results very slowly
No, it won't hurt you. If you plan on becoming pregnant within the next three months and going off BC pills during that time, you should begin taking prenatal vitamins to make sure your body has all the nutrients it needs before becoming pregnant. Then of course you continue taking the prenatal vitamins during pregnancy and breast feeding as well.
Could you be pregnant if you started taking the pill 1 and a half weeks ago but missed three pills and then stopped them because you wanted to get pregnant and youve had unusual bleeding?
Hello. You will experience unusual bleeding when you miss pills. This is normal because the hormones are decreasing and causing a period. But yes you could also be pregnant.
You take one birth control pill each day. Each pack contains (usually) 28 pills. The first 21 are "active" and contain hormones which prevent ovulation by mimicking pregnancy hormone levels. The last 7 pills are "inactive" or "reminder" pills and contain no hormones though they sometimes contain small amounts of iron. These pills are to keep the user in the habit of taking the pills once a day at the same time. ' The active… Read More
Yes! If you skip two or three days on the pill, you will begin your cycle because your body is lacking those hormones that you were regularly putting in your body.
An overdose of pretty much anything can kill you. Even water, oxygen, etc. Taking three pills just one time probably won't kill you, but you could get sick from it.