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How Often Can I Take Plan B
Plan B: Plan B works through delaying or preventing ovulation, by interfering with fertilization. The FDA package insert also states that Plan B may inhibit implementation by altering the lining of the uterus. I do not know of any specific interactions which have been reported with concurrent antibiotic use. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No set number: It should work each time if taken at the right time, but you should not be having to take it more than 1-2 times a yr at the most, it is not supposed to be used as birth control, if you are taking it frequently, you need to get on a reliable birth control that u will use, so please see your gyn esp at your age. ...Read more
Plan B: Plan B is taken orally. You swallow the pills within 72 hours of unprotected intercourse. When used in this way it decreases the risk of pregnancy by about 70%. IT works by delaying or blocking ovulation. It is not an abortive agent. It begins working as soon as you swallow it as the hormones are absorbed. ...Read more
Need to make sure: You are not pregnant, =as if you are pg and do not plan to terminate you would not want to drink, so should be fine after you get your period. ...Read more
Plan B: Plan B One-Step is up to 89 % effective when taken within 72 hours (3 days) after unprotected sex. It can reduce chance of pregnancy by up to 95% if used within 24 hours. It continues to reduce the risk of pregnancy up to 120 hours (5 days) after unprotected sex, but is less effective as time passes. ...Read more
I had shoulder surgery. How many 10/325 percocet can I take per day? How often can I take it and can I take 2 at a time?
Per prescription : You should only take the medication as prescribed by the doctor. Taking extra can be dangerous. ...Read more
Please read the: Instructions and follow them closely. There is Plan B one step = one pill. Plan b = two pills total (take one pill and the second pill about 12 hours later). ...Read more
Frequent, continued: Non-emergency use is not recommended and one reason is that it can cause changes in the thickness of the mucous in the uterus that can make it more difficult for an egg to attach and grow. Twice, especially over a span of time is probably not too much - but don't use it as birth control. It is for emergencies only. Talk with your doctor for more detail. Good luck. ...Read more
Dydrogesterone.: This is not available in the United States and was discontinued in the united kingdom 4 years ago. It is an oral Progesterone compound that is not helpful to increase fertility rates. Seek care with an infertility center of repute in your area and do not self-medicate! take Folic Acid 1-5 mg daily adn best of luck! ...Read more
Vitamins are always: Vitamins are getting into your blood stream daily as you eat food and are working for body functions all the time day and night, if you don't get enough in your diet or you are losing through your GI tract, not absorping these essential vitamins and that can cause diseases like rickets, anemia and many other medical conditions which can be prevented by proper nutrition and supplements. ...Read more
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