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Does Malarone Affect Birth Control
Ok together: These two medications do not interact so your birth control will continue to work if you take it at same time as usual.
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
No.: Malarone does not interact with contraceptive pills. Your contraceptive pills will continue to be effective if you take them at the same time each day.
IUD/Implant: Regardless of your age, blood pressure, family history, or reactions to other birth control, the most effective and safest methods of birth control are long-acting progestin-only methods, such as the implant or the hormonal IUD, which decrease rates of endometrial cancer and decrease bleeding. They release low amounts of hormone daily and so will not affect your weight.See 1 more doctor answer
Personal choice: Diaphragms, used properly, can be effective but require successful technique for insertion and the use of somewhat messy gels for the best effect. These are extra steps and not always readily available. Pills are not messy, easy to use, and always working. This is an easier although more expensive alternative. Most take the easy route.
Loloestrin: My #1 pill, only 10 mcg of estrogen, the lowest dose u can take, no guarntees but I have not had any of my pts complain of wt gain on that pill, so make an appt with your gyn, I also give my pts., some samples to start out with, it is a brand name pill which is much better than a generic pill, and there is no generic for that pill, and also there is a $10 off coupon u can print.
Check out PP: Non-hormonal contraceptive options such as condoms, diaphragm, cervical cap or IUD (intra-uterine device) are less likely to negatively affect your libido. If you're absolutely sure you don't want any more children, consider tubal ligation (for you) or vasectomy (for him but also less risky for both). Check out Planned Parenthood's http://www. Plannedparenthood. Org/all-access/my-method-26542.htm
It may take two - three cycles to be sure,
if not helping let your doctor know, as other problems may exist such as endometriosis
I assume you mean th: Thrombosis, any pill can cause that, but if u are healthy and young at age 30 and have no medical problems that would make u more at risk or and a neg family hx, your chance of thrombosis is very low and now with the newer low dose pills like loloestrin the risk is lower tell your doc you want to be on tehelowest combo pill which is loloestrin.
Misinformed?: One you do not get pregnant on birth control. That happens less than 1% of the time. Second, you should never start birth control if you could be pregnant and your doctor would have already taught you this. You would have started your birth control around the time of your period. Thirst, what really prompts this question?See 1 more doctor answer
Could be: Could be that you may be pregnant. Take a home pregnancy test and follow the instructions carefully.
Other options: The most effective methods of birth control are the so-called long-acting reversible contraceptives (larc) methods which are extremely effective (as effective as sterilization), long acting 3-10 years and include a rod that is placed beneath the skin of the upper arm, or two types of iuds. There are also other options-- the patch, a vaginal ring, or other non hormonal options that fail more often.
I am not writing: About making your breasts grow. I just wanted to let you know that if you go to a specialty bra shop and have a professional fitting - that a bra can be purchased to fit your breast/ chest - no matter how small the size.
Somewhat common: Unfortunately, Birth control is expensive. Some women do get pregnant because they can't afford it. This is unnecessary because you can get it for free at the health department and planned parenthood. Sometimes the problem is lack of transportation or knowledge of where to get it for free. Best wishes!
Irregular Bleeding: This is a common side effect especially when you first start the pill or when you are on a low dose pill. Now I don't know if you have tried several pills or not. If not, you need to work with your doctor to find the right one. If you have, then the pill may not be for you and you may need to use a non-hormonal form of birth control. Either way, discuss it with your doctor.
Can smoking weed affect birth control? I don't do it often: but lately I have for the last 3 days.
I am not aware: Of any studies that show use of cannabis impacts effectiveness of oral contraceptives.
What do you advise if I've been off of birth control for 3 years and still can't get pregnant why?
Time to seek help: When you have gone 2 years without success it is time to talk with your OB about a fertility workup. Both you ; your partner need to be evaluated. The OB may do some studies or refer you to a fertility clinic that can assess you both. If there are problems they can help you treat them or look into your options.
What birth control pill can I take only once a month. I can't take the daily ones. Please help me?
None: Lunelle, which was an injection, is now banned in the us because of associated dangers. Try using a diaphragm. You need to be fitted by a gynecologist.
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