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Directions for use of birth control patches by an obese - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   hello!!!
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   i wanted to know can a girl that weight is 230pounds use the birth control patches?
User :   and will they work?
Doctor :   Yes she can use
Doctor :   but the dosage may vary
User :   can u explain what you mean by that?
Doctor :   Remember the birth control patches are said to increase weight
Doctor :   it is not proved in trials
Doctor :   but many women complain that they grow in weight
Doctor :   so always reduce the weight and take the choice of birth control patches
Doctor :   yeah I know it takes lot of time to reduce weight
Doctor :   but you should also know the other adverse effects of being overweight
User :   yes i kno so my patches might not be workin right?
Doctor :   What happened
Doctor :   are you using them
Doctor :   now
User :   yea
Doctor :   didnt they work
Doctor :   did you get pregnancy
Doctor :   even after using?

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