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I started taking brith contorl pills two days ago and the same day I started me and my boyfriend had unprotected sex and I believe he came in me. But im still taking the pills. Should I stop taking it or what. I don't know what to do?
Yes: First, if you really aren't ready for kids, use condoms as well as pills, 100% of the time, and if you want to prevent diseases, use condoms 100% of the time, so if y'all haven't been checked recently, get checked for std's, use condoms, 100%, check pregnancy test if symptoms or period doesn't come next month. ...Read more
I have been on brith control for about 3 weeks now and I had sex but my bf didn't cum in me, am I safe?
Yes: You are "safe" after consistent use of birth control pills for two weeks, three certainly. You might skip a menses or have breast tenderness or nausea with the first three weeks on the pill, but if these symptoms persist, be sure to get a pregnancy test, because all birth control methods can fail. ...Read more
I have not been taken brith control since I march 15 trying to have a baby had unprotected sex july 28 13 & august 3 13?
What if I don't get my period while on the placebo pills of my brith control? Do I just continue to the next pack?
Birth control question I have been on birth control for years now. I was just on antibotics a few weeks ago and I just stopped taking the antibotics about a week or so ago. I just had sex last night. Will brith control still work or should I try Plan B pi
Not likely: Most antibiotics do not interact with ith control pills for most people. Having stopped the antibiotics a few weeks ago, you should be back to normal. ...Read more
Since brith control has extra hormones, why does it affect discharge? Like color (without health issues or infections/stds), smell, and thickness?
Pregancy!: I doubt that is the answer you wanted. Using birth control pills with high estrogen has long since fallen out of favor. Highly estrogenic birth control pills are no more effective than most lower estrogenic pills, and the side effects of having high estrogen can include weight gain, bloating, headaches, mood swings, etc. Not a good choice. ...Read more
Can be good idea: Using a condom + bcp is a good war to decrease both pregnancy risk and potential spread of some stis. ...Read more
Do birth controls with a later expiration date work stronger than others with a closer expiration date?
Not really: That date is just the last point at which they believe the product will behave at full strength. ...Read more
What birth controls are done by shot? What other info is needed to know abouy this and how affective is it?
DMPA (Depo-Provera): Depot Medroxyprogesterone acetate (dmpa) is an injectable birth control which is very effective. Short term side effects are water retention, hair loss, & irregular bleeding. Long term effects are still irregular bleeding, weight gain, & depression. Very long term, vaginal dryness from low estrogen effect & osteoporosis. However, many women do well & have no periods with 4 shots per year. Try it. ...Read more
No bid deal.: Many women have that question. In fact, it has no risk for you or the fetus to take an additional miniscule amount of female hormones at a time when your ovaries are already producing the same hormones in buckets. Do not worry! ...Read more
Talk to pharmacy: Your pharmacist and doctor are great resources for helping you determine the significance of side effects from medications. ...Read more
Probably yes: But combination pills are more effective.Get a more detailed answer ›
Implants/IUDs: All birth control pills are more than 95% effective with typical use, but consider a long acting, reversible method of birth control like an implant or IUD so that you don't have to remember to take a birth control pill. Easy to place and fewer side effects as well because they provide a sustained release of hormones at a low dose, so they're very safe! ...Read more
It is about three month I birth a baby and last night I had sex I forgot to take my control birth pills what should I do?
Take the pill: As directed. If you missed one pill you are supposed to take it as soon as you remember and resume the next dose on time. If that happens you do not need a backup method. If you missed 2 pills you are supposed to take two plls for two days, and if your period is late you may be pregnant. If you miss three or more pills you are not protected for pregnancy and you are supposed to use a backup. ...Read more
Since im taking birth controll pills to help regulate my cycle and im 17, will this mean the longer I take them the less chance I can have kids lateron?
A few things: The depoprovera shot is very effective and easy to use. You will need one shot every 3 months. Most patients will have no periods but some will have irregular periods. It is an appetite stimulant. The excess hunger can cause weight gain for some. Long term use can lead to some bone loss. ...Read more
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