Dear Reader; Oral contraceptives work before the fact. Starting a new pack will only waste your money. If you think you might be pregnant, verify it and stop taking the pills if you are. Dwight
Contraceptive medications prevent pregnancy
No. Abstinence or some form of contraceptive will prevent pregnancy.
using pills and contraceptive method
No, Septra is an antibiotic, not a contraceptive. It will have no effect on preventing pregnancy or affecting fertility.
Yes, NuvaRing is a contraceptive meant to prevent pregnancy. It can also be used to decrease excessive bleeding or cramping with menstruation.
No. IUD is a contraceptive. Contraceptive decrease or/and prevent pregnancy not increase the chance of conceiving.
No, it's a painkiller with codeine and tylenol. It will not prevent or end a pregnancy.
When you are planning to have sex, using a contraceptive will prevent pregnancy but will not usually protect against sexually transmitted diseases.
The contraceptive implant protects from pregnancy only, you will still need to use other means to protect from STD's
Take the emergency contraceptive pill.
Uterine. It stands for Intra-Uterine Device - A contraceptive device to prevent pregnancy.
Not all pills are contraceptives. For example, aspirin, simvastatin, and sildenafil do not prevent pregnancy.
The only way to prevent pregnancy without contraception is by abstaining from sexual intercourse. Unfortunately there is no way to prevent pregnancy from occurring with 100% accuracy unless you use contraception every time you have intercourse.
The answer is no. Oxycodone is a pain medication. Unless the medication is an oral contraceptive aka birth control, which are forms of the hormones progesterone and/or estrogen, it will not prevent pregnancy.
Contraceptive jelly is over the counter and can be purchased by anyone, without a prescription or proof of age. Remember that contraceptive jelly alone is not a terribly effective method; be sure to use it in combination with a condom or other method to prevent pregnancy.
No, it is only a contraceptive method and does not help prevent STD's unlike other contraceptive methodsNo, Depo Provera offers no protections against sexually transmissible infections.No. Depo Provera only protects against pregnancy, not STDs.
Norethindrone is an oral contraceptive, a type of birth control pill. The pill contains progestrin and is used to prevent pregnancy.
Spermicidal cream is a contraceptive substance that destroys sperm, inserted vaginally prior to intercourse to prevent pregnancy.
Absolutely not. Condoms are intended to prevent pregnancy (and transmittal of diseases). If they fail as a contraceptive, there is no indication that they have any effect on the pregnancy themselves. In fact, if they fail to prevent a pregnancy they may still act to prevent disease - which can frequently be the cause of birth illnesses or problems. Hence if anything, condoms act to prevent defects.
You take it daily during the time that you want to avoid pregnancy, whether you have intercourse that day or not. Depending on when you start it with relation to the menstrual cycle, you may need to wait up to a week to rely on it to prevent pregnancy.
No, There is nothing in your cabinet at home or at the grocery store that works as a contraceptive unless it's a condom. Everything else is on prescription.
Oral contraceptives are taken by females through their mouths to prevent pregnancy. They contain the hormones Estrogen and Progestin which prevent the egg from fully developing each month.
Contaception does not eliminate a pregnancy in any way; it also does not prevent you from getting pregnant again. Once you are pregnant, that it it. So unless you are trying to prevent getting and STD, contraception isn't necessary. You can get rid of the pregnancy by using them and you cannot get pregnancy again so they are in no way helpful.
Yes, alcohol may effect you if you are taking prozac. Prozac is not a contraceptive and will never prevent pregnancy.