BCP stop fertility. If you start bcp's at the beginning of your menses it is most unlikely that you won't ovulate that cycle. Because there is a 5-10% chance that you may still ovulate the first cycle it is wise to use a backup contraceptive like foam and condoms the first month.
If timing is right. Birth control pills work in the first cycle you take them as long as 1. You start at the right time in your cycle and 2. You don't miss pills. In the past women were told to start pills on the first sunday after her period starts (to avoid periods on the weekend). It makes more sense to start on day 4 - count the first day of your period as day 1. If you start after day 5 use condoms the 1st month.
Yes. You will not be fertile while taking bc pills regularly.
Won't help fertility. If your periods are regular pills won't help you conceive - they're designed to prevent pregnancy! If you have irregular cycles birth control pills regulate your bleeding but don't help you ovulate (release an egg) or help you get pregnant, for example if you have an ovulation disorder like polycystic ovarian syndrome (pcos). If you're ttc at 41 see a reproductive endocrinology and infertility md.
Not really. To be completely honest, at 41 the chance of pregnancy is low to begin with solely based on age related decline in fertility. You should see what your ovarian reserve (egg quantity) is and plan from there.
No. As a matter of fact, can be just the opposite. If there is endometriosis, for ex., fertility can be improved.
What diet pills can you take with birth control pills? Green coffee pills is what I have, what things can lower your fertility if you have too much
Avoid diet pills. It is good that you are trying to lose weight, but diet pills usually not a good idea. To avoid pregnancy, use contraceptive all the time, every time. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine.
Birth Control Pill. If your partner is taking a low dose birth control pill, or misses several pills, there may not be enough hormone to suppress ovulation and she can get pregnant whether you are taking male fertility drugs or not. Still, if you are taking male fertility supplements, it suggests you may have a low sperm count and that reduces the chance of her conceiving. You should get semen analysis to find out.
Can oral birth control pills permanently affect a womans fertility after stopping it? My wife still hasn't had a normal period months after stopping.
No, not at all. The oral contraceptive pills will not change your fertility as this is an old myth from the days when the higher dose pills were used extensively. Patients who had irregular anovulatory menstrual flows were often placed on the pill to "regulate" their cycles as young women. Then when it was stopped to get pregnant, their periods went back to their previous irregularity and the pill was "blamed".
Daily intake of birth control pills by diabetic man what r the side effects and is it effects his fertility? And sometimes he takes too much dose also
Why? . Why would a man take birth control pills? They are not for men. They do not provide birth control for men. They could cause harm. Unless you are undergoing transgender surgery men should not take female hormones.
Does birth control pills become less effective if you have sex without a condom during one of the fertility days? Even if you're a perfect pill user
No, you are ok. The birth control pills, if you are taking them regularly, are very effective. Having sex or not does not change that they prevent the ovary from producing an egg. It only if you don't take it regularly that an egg can break through.