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No. There is no evidence that cephalexin will affect birth control pills. It is a common belief that all antibiotics interfere with the efficacy of...
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Spotting before your flow begins is not uncommon. As soon as you take your last active pill the hormone levels begin to drop. Generally it takes...
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It may be a sign of hormonal imbalance. It may be due to anxiety or tension. There are many factors that may affect what has happened to you...
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Birth control pills are out of your system in a day or two after you stop taking them – which is why you need to take them every single day in order...
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Don't stop birth control unless you'd welcome a pregnancy. Perimenopause is defined as the transition to menopause and includes the first year after...
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The risk of pregnancy in using routine antibiotics and birth control pills (BCPs) is very low. In fact, antifungals (e.g., ketoconazole) or macrolide...
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When it comes to hormonal contraceptives, your best bet is to complete your current cycle and then attempt to get pregnant, says Frank A. Chervenak...
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You will know for sure that you have experienced menopause when you have not had your period for an entire year. Until you have gone one year without...
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A thick white vaginal discharge without a smell is normal. Hormonal levels affect the amount and color of your vaginal discharge. Since birth control...
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We spend years worrying about unplanned pregnancy, fearing that our contraception efforts might fail; now that we WANT to get pregnant, we worry that...
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Pulling out before the man ejaculates, known as the withdrawal method, is not a foolproof method for birth control. Some ejaculate (fluid that...
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Thats why you talked to your doctor before you got the shot, right? Thats what they do to you. lol
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It could be possible that you are. However, You should go see your dr and ask for a blood test and/or an ultrasound. Although the home tests are...
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What KIND of birth control? If you are talking about the birth control PILL, then the answer is no. The birth control pill will not cause a false...
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Good question.The answer is: Not necessarily.The birth control pill isn't considered completely effective until it's been taken for a full...
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