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I am taking contraceptive pill for nursing mothers but i dont breastfees my baby now. Should i change my pills?
Why?: What pill for nursing mothers? Usually quite difficult to get pregnant while nursing. ...Read more
No!: With no missed pills, "perfect use", the failure rate of birth control pills is 0.3%, that is >99% effective.In typical use, because taking a pill every d without ever missing is hard, about 9/100 couples will get pregnant/year. Not missing pills is the best way for the pills to work for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gf can't use birth control due to her mother having a stroke from birth control yrs ago. Is this actually hereditary? Other contraceptive options?
See details: I would also urge avoidance of oral contraceptives in this instance as clotting abnormalities can be hereditary. How about an iud? ...Read more
Ive been out of contraceptives for a year, I would like to know if i should be taking folic acid in help to conceive?I am a 25 years and a mother of 1
Yes!: Folic acid is recommended for women contemplating pregnancy. The recommended dose for neural tube defect prevention in pregnancy is 400 micrograms, or 0.4 mg/milligrams daily. All women thinking of pregnancy should be taking this as part of their prenatal vitamin package. Good wishes:) ...Read more
30 y femal married , mother of 2 girls not on contraceptive pills . Is it safe to use phytoestrogen cream to firm the breast?
Safe? Yes,: Not likely effective.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes : Yes you can you are 22 should not be a problem also you doctor will not tell any one including your parents without your permission that is the law ...Read more
Yes: You should be able to at any Planned Parenthood clinic. ...Read more
I'm 18 and just stopped taking my birth control this mother, and i don't know when i ovulate, what is the best way for me to get pregnant?
I do not want to take a chance of getting pregnant if the birth control takes time to work. also how can I get my mother to let me go get birth control?
Hello well i take an birth control called gianvi and my cycle has been on for 13 days and I am very concerned i want to know what's wrong my mother has told me to stop taking them but i really don't know if I should or not
The : The hormonal make up of this pill is causing you to have an abnormal bleeding pattern. Your doctor needs a more detailed history (where in the pack the bleeding occurs). From there he/she can prescribe you a different pill. Typically it takes about 3 months for your body to get used to a new pill, however 13 days of continuous bleeding is not ok, but spotting can be expected. Best of luck. ...Read more