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Hi Your find why your breast feeding, your on your own BC and this could be the answer to your low libido.I think your find depo shot would do what...
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Hi When its comes to women being pregnant, it can happen all sorts of ways even when on BC, but if you mean an IUD then it does get a bit tricky, it...
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Hi So the real first question would be why go on them in the first place, you obviously wanted the protection of the BC pill.So your now on it...
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Hi I think your OK its if you keep doing it, I mean changing times each day, then your in to problems, but just this odd time you should be OK.Good...
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Hi, Then its time to either see your doctor, or back to your gyno.have you thought of coming of the pill to see if it stops? may be the way to go...
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Hi,Thanks for the query. As you delivered 4 months back, I am thinking that possibly you are lactating the baby. In that case your doctor...
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Hi, Hi Found this in the Mayo clinic, may help one part of your problem with what you have.Complications of pregnancyMarfan syndrome can weaken the...
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Acyclovir should not interfere with birth control (oral contraceptives), but if you are concerned, you can use an additional form of contraception...
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Without the ability to examine you first hand, I would have no way of determing the reason for your symptoms, but I can tell you that there are many...
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Hi From what I can read you just start it and keep going, no breaks, and you should still have your periods, but they may be regulated better than...
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Your birth control pills are effective at this point, so condoms are not necessary for added contraception coverage, but they are important for...
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Hi Try this, give your vagina a sea salt wash, or better still bath in warm sea salt water, this will help cleanse and heal your tear, try doing...
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There are "natural ways" of contraception like the rhythm method or coitus interruptus (pulling out before ejaculation), but most people...
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Those birth control pills are most likely identical. The pharmacy may have acquired them from a different generic company and that is all they carry...
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A parent can take birth control (pills?) away from an under-age child (if they find them), but the child can just go out to Planned Parenthood or...
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