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Breakthrough Ovulation On Birth Control
What is the percentage for breakthrough ovulation while taking a combination birth control pill? Assuming I take it every day and at the same time.
Contraceptiion is a means of preventing conception (or fertilization). There are hormonal and non hormonal methods of preventing sperm and egg from meeting. Talk to your doctor or clinic about what options are best for you. There are short acting methods (condoms, pills, patch, ring) and long ...Read more
If I am taking augmentin (amoxicillin and clavulanate) for 2 weeks for sinusitis while on Mononessa (birth control) could that cause me to ovulate and/or breakthrough spotting?
Spotting: Clavulanate can interfere with effectiveness of birth control medication and it is quite possible that it has interacted with the hormone and decreased its effective concentration in your blood which has caused you to spot. This is also why it is always advisable to use a backup method of birth control while on such antibiotics. ...Read more
Unprotected sex day after ovulation. On birth control. Period 3 days late. Sharp low stomach pain but did intense exercises this week. What's wrong? .!
Pregnancy test!: 1st order of things, then other possibility, though less likely, ...Read more
Generally not: If the birth control pills are working properly, you should not be ovulating after you finish the pack and/or get your period. There is, of course, a small failure rate with bcp; and if you do not get your period, than you should do a pregnancy test and/or talk to your gyn. ...Read more
Ovulation: Ovulation symptoms can include light spotting, slight abdominal cramping or pain, breast tenderness, abdominal bloating, increased sex drive and heightened sense of smell, taste or vision. BCPs can cause headache, dizziness, breast tenderness, spotting, mood changes, abdominal pain, leg swelling, blurred vision, chest pain. I suspect your symptoms are due to your pills. See your doctor for exam. ...Read more
Not long: Usually a woman will resume ovulation within 1-3 months of stopping a birth control pill. If it takes much longer than this, you should see your doctor to check for other causes of ovulation problems. One exception to this is that there are some forms of contraception, such as a depo-provera injection, that can have residual effects on ovulation for as long as a year. Good luck! ...Read more
Restart ovulation: Birth control methods that are hormonal work to suppress ovulation and therefore once you stop them, ovulation cycles should return. Occasionally, < 2% on average, there is a slight delay in returning to ovulatory cycles. Eggs do age, just as we do and therefore return of ovulation also depends on where someone is on the towards menopause. ...Read more
Generally no: The pill usually works by preventing ovulation. Birth control like IUD or morning after pills do not. No one can tell for sure when or if they are ovulating. Sometimes people trying to get pregnant can get a likely time by following basal body temperature, but the process is time consuming and really an estimate at best. ...Read more
Usually: The first month after stopping pills; some women take 2 or 3 months. Longer than that is possible but uncommon. ...Read more
If you start your birth control on the night of your ovulation day, does it still stop ovulation?
Not likely: Ovulation is a rather delicate/complex process that usually takes about 2 weeks from the start of the cycle to time of ovulation. Regular use/timely use of ocp interferes with this process an thus prevents ovulation, but it is not likely to be effective if taking it only on the night/day of ovulation that is about to occur. The "morning-after pill" can stop pregnancy if needed. Consult doc. ...Read more
If I have already started ovulating and then start up birth control again, will I continue to ovulate?
How long does it take to start ovulating again after stopping birth control? (i have been off birth control for a week and a couple days.)
So hi again. I'm on birth control shot. Is there any way to prove that its working. Been tell ovulation test are useless so is there any other way?
Depo is effective: If you are receiving the birth control shot, Depo-Provera provera, (medroxyprogesterone) every 3 months, the effectiveness is very high. Continue to get shots within the appropriate timeframe to prevent a disruption in protection. It is not necessary to check to see if it is working. The shot is meant to suppress ovulation, so if you are getting your shots are on time, ovulation should not occur. ...Read more
To verify if my birth control works, I have decided to do 2 months of ovulation tests to check it. If I do not ovulate is that sufficient evidence?
I started my next birth control pac 2 days late. I know the protection is compromised, but will I ovulate now or will my body try to ovulate normal?
Is it normal to ovulate this soon? My last day I took my birth control was on saturday. I took an ovulation test on friday and it said I was ovulating
It shouldn't be: Ovulatory pain. You can still get menstrual cramping, but these should be less and typically menses are lighter. You should not get ovulatory pain "mittelschmirtz" or pain mid-cycle with egg release if on "birth control" you mean ocp. Birth control pills suppress ovulation. You may have pains for other reasons that you need to discuss with your dr. ...Read more
ABSOLUTELY: That can happen, if you are worried and do not want to be preg u can do the morning after pill, the common otc ones can be taken up to 72 hrs after intercourse. ...Read more
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