No. Most birth control pills work to suppress ovulation.
No. Birth control pills prevent pregnancy, they are contraceptives. This is true for the morning after pill. Abortifacients are different, they cause a pregnancy to miscarry by affecting the placenta or Progesterone levels. Mifepristone (ru 486) is an abortifacient. Birth control pills do not cause abortion!
There are none. Birth control pills are not considered abortifacient. Planb etc...Is still preventive option, not abortive. In general, the pills/injectible contraceptives prevent ovulation and thus controlling unwanted pregnancy. Once pregnant, excessive hormones/pills may cause miscarriage/birth defect etc. They are not used as abortive agent. Consult doc. Good luck.
Uninformed. Most people are not aware of reproductive endocrinology and how medications work.
Because they aren't. Birth control pills, even morning after pills are not abortifacients. They are contraceptives. This is commonly misunderstood. An egg can be fertilized in the fallopian tube, if it does not implant it is not an abortion or miscarriage, it is a contracepted event, not a pregnancy.
No. Different pills have different doses of estrogen/progesterone. Your doctor may choose the type that best suits you and may also help with additional symptoms that you may be experiencinge. G. Acne excessive hair growth etc.
BCP. Birth control pills if they are used as prescribed are 99% effective with perfect use and 92% effective with typical use.
No 1 best pill. Discuss with your provider to determine which would best meet your needs. Take care.
95-99% Depending on the pill type, most oral contraceptives are effective in the high 90's percentages. However, it also depends on compliance by the user - miss doses and efficacy quickly drops. While 99% sounds pretty good, that still means about 1 pregnancy in 100 women per year, and if you are that 1 pregnancy, you may not be very happy. The only 100% effective form of birth control is abstinence.