Will missing a oral contraceptive pill lead to pregnancy ?
i am taking asmita oral contraceptive pill for last 14 days.i started it from first day of menstrual cycle .i missed contraceptive pill on 15th day and continued on 16th day again and had sex on 16th day.so what are the consequences.will i get pregnent.or should i take i pill
Dronis 20 oral contraceptive pill.
I am regularly on Dronis 20 since December 2009. I missed taking a pill 2 nights ago, but remembered the next day and took it. So the delay was about 14-15 hours.. and then took the same day s pill in the night. So my pill count is correct till date.. Is is safe to have unprotected sex this...
Missed taking oral contraceptive pill. Can I take it next day?
Hi, i missed my oral contraceptive, althea pills last night and left the meds at work. I come back to to work tonight, same time of my next schedule for a pill. So basically i missed a day s dose, i remembered if i can still drink the pill at an earlier time and follow the original schedule, its...
Regular contraception is a type of contraception used in a planned way and regularly. For example oral contraceptive pills. This is opposite to emergency contraceptive pills which are not regular contraception but emergency.
Hi, The most common side effect of the pill is breakthrough bleeding or spotting, which is when a woman bleeds in the weeks she's taking active pills.
Other common side effects include:nausea,headaches,breast soreness,acne,decreased libido,depression,moodiness,weight gain
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