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... I think that it is not neccessary to take Plan B in your case, if your taking BCP regularly, you shoul be protected unless you're teaking an enourmous amount of antibiotics. ... (1 replies)
... Does Plan B interact with a low dose antibiotic, or should it still work? ... (5 replies)
... I am on antibiotics and I forgot they may cause a decrease in the effect of BCP. ... (1 replies)

... You did the right thing. There was nothing in your primary post that said that you MADE her take Plan B. It sounded like a mutual decision, and one I probably would have made myself. ... (8 replies)
... She was already on the pill and you used a spermicidal condom, I don't understand why you made her take Plan B? ... (8 replies)
... nday and I used a condom that had spermicidal lubricant. I did not notice that the condom broke before I orgasmed inside her. 4 hours later, she took the first Plan B pill followed by the second, 12 hours later. ... (8 replies)
... It seems like Plan B can mess your system up too, so I'm afraid to take it. Please help.....anyone. ... (2 replies)
... OH yeah and I did get the Nuva Ring from a doctor; I just forgot to ask about the antibiotic and Plan B interaction because I had only taken it about a week, maybe not even, and wasn't sure it had gotten into my bloodstream - and since I had stopped several days before we had this happen, thought it didn't matter. Now i'm wondering... (5 replies)
... I dont know the answer to your question about the antibiotics but i wanted to comment on how to get the ring to stay in. I have been on the nuvaring for a few months. ... (5 replies)
... Wow I'm kind of shocked your gyn told you it might be affected, then again she just may not know better. Antibiotics, such as penicillins (ampicillin, amoxicillin), tetracyclines, or metronidazole (Flagyl), do not change the effectiveness of birth control pills. The ones you should watch out for are: * St. John's wort. * Certain antibiotics such as rifampin... (2 replies)
... am on Sprintec daily for birth control. A little over a month ago my doctor switched me from Junel to Sprintec. I am having my period a little early from a breakthrough that my doctor said would happen until my body adjusts to the new pills. On FRIDAY (8-12-16) and got put on Bactrim twice daily. My doctor was aware but didn't tell me to use backup. On Saturday I had sex with... (1 replies)
... lls. The amount of 5 pills is unnecessarily high if you were regularly taking the pill. If you were irregular, you took approximately what would be equivalent to plan b if your pill is progestone only. ... (1 replies)
... I've been in your situation over the years and got worried too. Considering you took your pills and took plan B as a back up IMO you don't have to worry. ... (1 replies)
... I was so paranoid because his penis got relatively close to the outside of my vulva one time that I took plan b on July 11 just to put my mind at ease. I continued taking my birth control pills normally afterwards. ... (1 replies)
... I did use a condom. The condom BROKE and I orgasmed inside her. I have researched that many antibiotics make birth control less effective and recommend using condoms as a backup. I used a condom and it broke. I did not want to risk anything. ... (8 replies)
... pack will mess up your next menstrual cycle. Taking the plan B on top of quitting the current pack of pills is going to mess it up even more. ... (1 replies)
... however the side effects from Plan B are horrible. Much worse than you are dealing with now. ... (3 replies)
Please help.. !!
Dec 18, 2006
... You should be ok, but if you are really worried, you can always try to get Plan B or see if you can wait another day to start antibiotics. ... (1 replies)
... backup protection with the pill the first week to be safe. Antibiotics can increase the odds of ovulating on the pill though I believe recent evidence suggests antibiotics may not interfere as much with the pill as previously thought. If you are worried, go out and get Plan B. ... (3 replies)
... then started the new pack of BC and was on antibiotics for the 3 days with the new pack of birth control pills. Took my last antibiotic on July 20th. ... (0 replies)


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