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Safyral Same Time
I don't take Safyral at the exact same time every day, but I do take it everyday within 2-3 hours of the same time. Does this lessen its effectiveness?
Once per day: As long as you take one pill everyday then the effectiveness is the same ...Read more
Having protected sex at the same time on contraceptive pills how often take contraceptive pills is it ever day while on condom sex at the same time?
Not necessarily: You may not ovulate on the exact same cycle day each month, but most women tend to follow a similar pattern. I would expect that you can rely on populating plus or -1 to 2 days each month. If you're trying to become pregnant, doing an ovulation test for three or four months should help you know fairly precisely what your pattern is. ...Read more
Do you ovulate when on the combination birth control pill when taken everyday around the same time?
Should not: If taken as directed you should not, but every method has a failure rate of some level. But with combination pills the failure is very very low. ...Read more
Very safe: Contraceptive pills or rings can be very safe. I have my patients take the pill the same time each night and use condoms for 1 week if they miss a pill to prevent an unintended pregnancy. The ring can be changed every 4 weeks. The benefits are lighter and more predictable periods, they decrease the risk of ovarian cancer. They are used to treat painful or heavy periods. ...Read more
Does taking Synthroid and Lutera at same time reduce efficicacy of the Lutera? Had unprotected sex and accidentally took both at same time 9 hrs later
Yes: The morning after pill is actually quite safe and it can be used as often as it is needed. Emergency contraception is most effective when taken as soon as possible after unprotected sex; best taken within first 3 days; but can provide protection up to 5 days so you can use it twice in one week. Using emergency contraception doesn't prevent pregnancy as well as methods you use before or after sex. ...Read more
Hormone punctuality: If the question involves taking oral contraceptives , today's BCP's are extremely low in content of both hormones. Consequently, if not taken within the hour of the previous day, withdrawal bleeding can occur. Additionally, they should be taken in the evening, so that the lowest blood levels do not occur in the early hours of the AM. PMS symptoms can occur if late. ...Read more
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