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Two Phase Contraceptive (Overview)

Two phase contraceptives are a kind of oral contraceptive (women's health and pregnancy drug).


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What are the advantages and disadvantages of two different contraceptives?

What are the advantages and disadvantages of two different contraceptives?

It depends: Every contraceptive has advantages and disadvantages. It all depends on your physical condition, preferences and risk factors. Why not do some research on a web site such as familydoctor. Org, which has a good handout on this issue, and then discuss the pros and cons with a doctor who might prescribe contraceptives to you? ...Read more

Two Phase Contraceptive (Overview)

Two phase contraceptives are a kind of oral contraceptive (women's health and pregnancy drug).


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Is it appropriate to prescribe oral contraceptive for boys w/acne? Instead of systemic antibiotics in an effort to limit abx use for social good.

Is it appropriate to prescribe oral contraceptive for boys w/acne? Instead of systemic antibiotics in an effort to limit abx use for social good.

No oral: Contraceptive for boys. It would be a bad idea to give oral contraceptive to a boy and it is likely to make acne worse any way. If the acne is bad, please see a doctor. If you are a first year student, talk to a dermatologist at your school. ...Read more

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I have 2 uterine fibroids. My dr. Prescribed oral contraceptives. This month I didn't get my period and have been havi g a lot of yellow discharge. Is fibroid causing?

I have 2 uterine fibroids. My dr. Prescribed oral contraceptives. This month I didn't get my period and have been havi g a lot of yellow discharge. Is fibroid causing?

No: The fibroids do not, except on rare occasions cause discharge. Some women get a discharge from the birth control pill and some pill users skip periods. The fibroids also do not cause missing periods but may lead to an increase in menstrual bleeding. ...Read more

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Tell me an effective contraceptives. And how much gap is important between two intercourse?

Tell me an effective contraceptives. And how much gap is important between two intercourse?

Condoms OCPs IUDs...: Most contraceptive methods are effective when used correctly (so, a person must use a method correctly). Birth control pills, iud's, condoms, etc... Are all fine. Pulling the penis out at the last second doesn't work so well. There is no official time gap between two intercourse events, so one can take as little or as much time as desired to avoid unwanted irritation/itching/discharge/aches/etc... ...Read more

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Does taking 2 progestogen only contraceptive pills work like a morning after pill?

Does taking 2 progestogen only contraceptive pills work like a morning after pill?

Morning after pill: To get the same dose of progestin for a morning after pill, 2 pills won't do it. Usually the dose for a morning after pill using progestin only pills takes a whole pack. An example is 40 pills of ovrette has the same dose as Levonorgestrel tablets, plan b, or next choice. ...Read more

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What is the side effects of postinor 2 contraceptive.

Read this: Http://www. Medsafe. Govt. Nz/consumers/cmi/discontinued/postinor-2.htm.

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After using different types of contraceptives for 3 years, how long could it take to get out of your system and become properly fertile again?

After using different types of contraceptives for 3 years, how long could it take to get out of your system and become properly fertile again?

Depends: The answer depends on which contraceptive was used. Depo-provera shot can take up to 1.5 years depending on how long it was used. Birth control pills, nuva ring and the patch get out quickly and baseline natural fertility is usually back within 1 month, sometimes faster. If not pregnant within 1 year of no contraception, evaluation is a good idea to find a treatable reason. ...Read more

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Does St. John's Wort interact with Nuvaring in the same way as oral contraceptives?

Does St. John's Wort interact with Nuvaring in the same way as oral contraceptives?

Yes: St. John's wort can reduce the blood levels and effects of ethinyl estradiol, one of the components of Nuvaring as well as birth control pills. Nuva ring has basically the same ingredients as oral contraceptives. The biggest difference is the novel way of getting these ingredients into your bloodstream. Best wishes! ...Read more

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What are the advantages and disadvantages of two different contraceptives?

It depends: Every contraceptive has advantages and disadvantages. It all depends on your physical condition, preferences and risk factors. Why not do some research on a web site such as familydoctor. Org, which has a good handout on this issue, and then discuss the pros and cons with a doctor who might prescribe contraceptives to you? ...Read more

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If you are using the Plan B emergency contraceptive, when should you take the two pills?

If you are using the Plan B emergency contraceptive, when should you take the two pills?

Within 72 hours: You must use ir within 72 hours of the episode of unprotected intercourse. Even then it is only 75% effective so you must take a pregnancy test if you are late with your period. ...Read more

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Tell me an effective contraceptives. And how much gap is important between two intercourse?

Condoms OCPs IUDs...: Most contraceptive methods are effective when used correctly (so, a person must use a method correctly). Birth control pills, iud's, condoms, etc... Are all fine. Pulling the penis out at the last second doesn't work so well. There is no official time gap between two intercourse events, so one can take as little or as much time as desired to avoid unwanted irritation/itching/discharge/aches/etc... ...Read more

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Do you have to use two forms of contraceptive if on birth control 'Microgrestin' with perfect usage?

Do you have to use two forms of contraceptive if on birth control 'Microgrestin' with perfect usage?

Microgestin: Mircrogestin pill with perfect use is 99% effective in preventing pregnancy. The main reason to use a condom with this scenario is to prevent STD/STI (sexually transmitted disease/infection) transmission. ...Read more

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I will like to get advise on the best form of contraceptives. I'm in a new relationship; no plans for babies for the next year or two.?

I will like to get advise on the best form of contraceptives. I'm in a new relationship; no plans for babies for the next year or two.?

LARCs: Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives like the IUD or implantable devices like Nexplanon should be considered. Of course, if options are limited, regular, consistent use of the pill is reasonable too. ...Read more

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Birth Control (Definition)

Also known as contraception, birth control is a method to prevent pregnancy. Some methods of birth control include a vasectomy, tubal ligation, oral contraceptive pills, vaginal rings, hormone injections, condoms, diaphragms, sponges, ...Read more