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You are taking metronidazole vaginaly and you use the Nuva Ring How effective is your birth control?

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2014-07-03 19:26:04
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Check with your doctor as to the effectiveness of your birth control when used in conjunction with other medications. Reduced effectiveness may be seen in some cases.

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Can birth control be ineffective while taking metronidazole?


If you have your period, using metronidazole gel may not be particularly effective. Contact your health care provider for advice about alternative treatment. If you don't have your period, the metronidazole isn't going to have enough volume/moisture to make tampon use comfortable or advisable. If you're taking oral metronidazole, there's no reason you can't use a tampon.


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If you drink alcohol while taking metronidazole for any purpose, you may become violently ill with nausea and vomiting. Don't drink while taking metronidazole, nor the day before or the day after.


Yes. But you should avoid drinking alcohol while taking metronidazole - it can cause you to be very sick.


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Yes It Can Be , Just Don't Drink Any Alcolhic Beverages While Taking The Metronidazole !


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You should not smoke marijuana while taking metronidazole. You should not mix any type of drug with marijuana as it may have detrimental effects on your health.


yes absolutely. you should be taking the birth control for at least a week or two for it to be fully effective.


No, as long as vaginal metronidazole is absorbed in little quantity, there is still a big reaction with alcohol and some people may react. The actual recommandation is to avoid alcohol while taking metronidazole in vaginal gel (Nydagel).


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Yes, the birth control pill will be effective at any time that you choose that is convenient for you. However, you must take your birth control pills everyday at the same time in order for it to remain effective.


No, you cannot wait 30 hours to drink alcohol after taking Metronidazole. It is recommended that you wait 3 days after finishing this medication before consuming alcohol.


I have just been prescribed both medications and the doctor told me not to start taking the Prozac until I had finished the metronidazole course.


The pill is 99% effective and it all depends if you are taking your pill right.


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Normally, the answer is yes, but I don't know why you're on metronidazole. If you're taking metronidazole for bacterial vaginosis, trichomonas, or pelvic inflammatory disease, you shoudl certainly continue even if you're having vaginal bleeding. Talk with your health care provider for advice specific to your situation.


No, birth control is intended to prevent pregnancy. You can become pregnant while on birth control, as no method is 100% effective, but it isn't the birth control that makes you pregnant.


Drinking alcohol with metronidazole (24 hours before through 48 hours after the course of therapy) is strongly discouraged as it can cause severe nausea and stomach upset. Alcohol can also interfere with the metabolism of metronidazole.


No, but if you drink alcohol while taking metronidazole, you are likely to experience severe nausea and vomiting due to interactions between those medications. If avoiding alcohol is not possible for you, call your health care provider for an alternate to metronidazole.


Ibuprofen and Metronidazole should be fine to take together, but as always you should contact your pharmacist and ask them, do to the fact that I don't know what other medications your taking.



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