General rule. If a medication has potential side effects that can cause injury or death, or cause delays in treatments that would likewise cause harm, they are considered dangerous by the FDA and require prescription.
Good question. That's because physician supervision is advisable when taking ocps, especially at the extremes of reproductive age (<18, >35), to avoid drug interactions, health risks, side effects, contraindications.
Where would I get birth control pills over-the-counter so my boyfriend can get them for me without a prescription?
Not possible. I recommend you consider going to a Planned Parenthood clinic. You really need to talk to your parents since you are a minor. I do believe you can get contraception, but you will definitely require a physical exam first.
Not currently. Not currently. There is some discussion about supplying them OTC. In the meantime, you can go to the health department and get birth control.
No, but. In some states a minor can request women's health treatments including BCP's from free family planning clinics and planned parenthood.
Do you know if there are any of these birth control pills available over-the-counter (without prescription)?
Unfortunately No. Although birth control pills are safe, they are not yet sold over the counter. To avoid the pharmacy, consider a long acting, reversible method of birth control like an implant or IUD so that you don't have to remember to get your pill/patch/ring at the pharmacy. Easy to place and fewer side effects as well because they provide a sustained release of hormones at low levels.
Can I take my birth control pills even though I have not yet gotten my period? I ran out of birth control pills for the month of december and when I refilled the prescription it was the end of the month, so I decided to wait and see if I would get my peri
Please. Please have a pregnancy test. A blood test is more accurate than a urine test. Please see your doctor for an evaluation to be sure. In the meantime use a condom to prevent pregnancy and infection.
Had 2 miscarriages last year, don't want to get preggy planning to use birth control pills, can u give me prescption on what pills should I take29 y/o?
No. Birth control pills require a prescription and no one can give you a prescription online. You need to see your doctor to get a prescription.
Available OTC. There are some otc products. Spermicides, male and female condoms, the sponge and emergency contraceptives. Since there are significant risks associated with bcp, they are prescription. Used appropriately, the otc products do provide acceptable birth control.
Can I take a birth control pills without prescription, because I can't visit doctor I don't have insurance and money, and I'm not eligible for free cos?
Planned Parenthood. There are no birth control pills available without a prescription. However, your local Planned Parenthood will help you with free or very low cost means of contraception. Please contact them asap. An unplanned pregnancy or treatment for STIs is much more expensive!
No. You need to see you doctor or the health department for an examination and prescription.
No. No drug interaction between zantac and tri-estarylla.