Is it safe to combine the morning after pill with birth control?

Ok but why? Usually the morning after pill is used when a women has not been on the birth control pill. If the bc pill was not taken correctly - on time every day- then, if one is concerned you could take the morning after pill followed by a restart of your daily bc pill.

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Is it safe to use birth control pills after using the morning after pill?

Yes & Recommended . After you've had a withdrawal bleed from map, you can start ocps as instructed by your doc. Take them regularly & you'll not only avoid pregnancy risks, but you'll benefit from lighter, less painful cycles, less menstrual pain, less ovulation discomfort, improvement of any pmdd symptoms, and less acne. Sounds worth it to me. Fertility resumes as soon as you stop them also. Take care of yourself. Read more...

Stopped birth control, had unprotected sex, took the morning after pill right away, started birth control again, had sex two weeks later, am I safe?

Likely. It is likely that you did not get pregnant. However, if you miss your period by more than 5-7 days, do a home pregnancy test and if it negative redo the test in 3-4 days unless you get your period by then. Use first morning urine and follow the instructions for the test carefully. If you do not wish to be pregnant, use contraception all the time, every time. You may consider implanted contraceptive, or IUD. Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine. Read more...

Can birth control work as a morning after pill? Help please?

Yes. Levonorgestrel is the same drug in the morning after pill. Ask your prescriber or pharmacist what drug is in your birth control. Or pay the 50$ and take both, that it okay too. Read more...
Yes. But not all are a good choice. See this chart to see which oral contraceptives can be used from emergency contraception and at what doses. http://ec.princeton.edu/questions/dose.html#dose. Read more...

Is it possible to use birth control as a morning after pill?

It depends. It depends. Certain birth control pills containing the correct hormones can be used in place of Plan B (the morning after pill). The difference in using regular birth control is the number of tablets you have to take, which varies depending on which birth control pill you have. Read more...
Yes. There are several protocols available that are effective and have been in use for years. Read more...