A 22-year-old female asked:

I bought collagen peptide supplements that contain vitamin c and hyaluronic acid. will it interfere with my birth control pills?

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Dr. Barbara MacFarlane
Family Medicine 39 years experience
There should be no interaction or interferance with your birth control pills.
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