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Dr. Jeff Livingston
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Contraception (Definition)

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


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Should i take the birth control pill tonight? Yesterday at around 1 pm i took my first birth control pill, called apri. A few hours later i felt very sick, nausea, dizziness, etc. I went home from work early because of this, and ended up vomiting up my en

Should i take the birth control pill tonight? Yesterday at around 1 pm i took my first birth control pill, called apri. A few hours later i felt very sick, nausea, dizziness, etc. I went home from work early because of this, and ended up vomiting up my en

Take at bedtime: Nausea can happen for 5-10% of women in the first cycle. Taking at bedtime may help. It's important to take the same time every day and not miss. Typically nausea improves after the first 1-3 months. If your pill causes vomiting, call your doctor to ask about a different pill. There are many different pills with different doses or different hormone combinations. ...Read more

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How to get rid of nausea due to anxiety after stopping birth control pill and how long will it take to feel normal again?

How to get rid of nausea due to anxiety after stopping birth control pill and how long will it take to feel normal again?

It depends: If you are so anxious about becoming pregnant after stopping the pill, either get back on it or take something else to prevent pregnancy. If your diagnosis is correct, no anxiety, no nausea. Otherwise, I would suggest that your nausea is more likely because you are pregnant since stopping the pill. In that case, perhaps a pregnancy test is indicated. ...Read more

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Do any anti-nausea tablets affect the birth control pill?

Do any anti-nausea tablets affect the birth control pill?

Medication SEs: It all depends on the specific medication you mean. This question is lacking the very most important piece of information. Can you re-ask it? ...Read more

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Do anti nausea tablets (moxolon) affect the birth control pill?

Do anti nausea tablets (moxolon) affect the birth control pill?

Probably not: This medication should not effect birth control pills the way antibiotics can. Of course, there is no guarantee, but this is not one of the obviously reported interactions with oral contraceptives. ...Read more

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Which birth control pill doesn't cause nausea?

Which birth control pill doesn't cause nausea?

Lowest dose: One with 10mcg of Estradiol would be expected to have the lowest rate of nausea, but nausea is a recognized side effect of oral contraceptive use with any/all doses/formulations. ...Read more

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My birth control pill (sprintec) makes me so nauseous if i wake up early & stay up late at night. Are there any bc pills that don't cause nausea?

My birth control pill (sprintec) makes me so nauseous if i wake up early & stay up late at night. Are there any bc pills that don't cause nausea?

Try lower dose pill: If you've recently started birth control pills or combined hormone methods like the vaginal ring or the patch, this may be a side effect. If pills, take them in the evening. The first 1-3 months may cause nausea, but it typically gets better. If still present in 3 months, ask your doctor about changing pills. If not just nausea, but also vomiting, call your doctor. ...Read more

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Got off birth control pill, got my period Oct 29 for 5-6 days been having u protected sex now i been nausea is it because im off the pill is it normal?

Got off birth control pill, got my period Oct 29 for 5-6 days been having u protected sex now i been nausea is it because im off the pill is it normal?

It's possible: The changes hormonally from stopping the pill can cause transient nausea, but this should resolve, unless of course you get pregnant, and then you have those hormonal issues which could also cause nausea.! ...Read more

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Dr. Hirenkumar Italia
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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


Dr. David Kurss
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Oral Contraceptive (Definition)

Oral contraceptives are a kind of women's ...Read more