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... I know it can effect the birth control to not work, I was wondering after stop taking the antibiotices how long do I have to wait for my birth control to start working again? ... (3 replies)
... I know antibiotics probably stay in your system for awhile even after you have taken your last pill.....so I was wondering if anyone knew how long afterwards do I need to be careful. ... (6 replies)
... It is recommend that back up should be used for at least one week after you finish the antibiotics. You want the antibiotic to be fully out of your system. If you want to be extra safe use a back-up method of birth control for the rest of the cycle (1 replies)

... So i'm currently taking doxycycline to hopefully help get rid of my mild acne. Anyway, I know they say any antibiotic can lower the affect of birth control but does anyone know how much? ... (0 replies)
... I don't know about this particular medication, but I do know that not ALL antibiotics clash with the pill. One popular one is penicillin. ... (1 replies)
... How long should condoms be used after finishing antibiotics? ... (2 replies)
Antibiotics
Dec 18, 2006
... I have never taken antibiotics on birth control before and will be starting to take some on Wednesday due to wisdom teeth removal surgery that I will be having that day. ... (1 replies)
... I have been breaking out worse since halfway through the first pack up through the second week of the second pack. I am hoping this is the "intial breakout". How long should I give Desogen to work? ... (15 replies)
... Hello, I was prescribed amoxcillin and it says that I must use a backup method because my birth control may not work. How long after the last pill of an antibiotic can you safely stop using your backup method for bc? ... (2 replies)
... First of all, it isn't even proven that antibiotics affect the pill. And, there are many antibiotics that DO NOT affect the pill for sure. ... (1 replies)
... I keep hearing different time frames for how long you need to wait to have sex without condoms after finishing birthcontrol. Can anyone give me a safe time frame? ... (1 replies)
... Amoxil is one of the antibiotics that supposedly can decrease pill effectiveness. How long ago did she take her last antibiotic? ... (4 replies)
... Oral antibiotics can take several months to work as well. There is no miracle cure. ... (25 replies)
... First of all, not all antibiotics affect the pill. But, Macrobid is one of those antibiotics that can affect the pill. ... (1 replies)
... I have recently read that antibiotics can decrease the efficacy of the pill, and I'm a little concerned. ... (1 replies)
Antibiotics
Dec 8, 2008
... i have to take them for 10 days. I know that antibiotics decreases the effectiveness of birth control, but i was just wondering, for how long ? ... (1 replies)
... Just remember to take it PERFECTLY and you will be fine using it as the only method of birth control. If your wife forgets to take it one day or takes it later, then you can always use a backup method to ease your mind. ... (2 replies)
... Hello I am new to the site! I am a nuvaring user. Last week I had a minor bladder infection and took antibiotics to clear it up. ... (0 replies)
... I was taking penicillin for a wisdom tooth extraction and I was wondering how long will it take for my birth control to come back into full effect? ... (0 replies)
... regnant instead. I can't take a HPT for a week because I haven't even missed a period. But, if the time period from when i stopped my last bc and when i ended my antibiotics is a little over two weeks ago, could I be experiencing breast tenderness? ... (1 replies)


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