Am I Possibly Pregnant?
Well its only been a week since the plan b so far so im not as worried about that, i just think maybe i missed my last period because i started BC before i was supposed to and hopefully my period comes soon or im getting a test lol im freakin out mannnn.
Asked by Natosha Manista 6 months ago.
I started birth control (Aranelle), 6 days before I was supposed to get my period. Then I didn't even get my period that month (August). We've only had sex 10 times. About half the time unprotected using the pull out method. Now it's September and I'm due for a period in about a week. I took Plan B about a week or so ago due to an "accident" I had with my boyfriend. I don't really have any weird symptoms or anything, I'm only worried because my period hasn't come for almost two months and that's never happened. Or am I just a worry wart and it's most likely because I started BC before I was supposed to AND Plan B, so it threw my period off? Please help. <3 Emily Answered by Leigha Lauinger 6 months ago.
yes plan b can sometimes throw it off but i never known it 2 go over 2 weeks Answered by Myrna Dalene 6 months ago.
Starting Birth Control Pack 3 Days Late?
I have been on 28 pill Aranelle birth control for about a year now, and have always been on time with my pill taking. But my pharmacy wasn't able to fill my prescription for 3 days. Normally I start my new packs on a Saturday, but now I'd be starting this pack on a Tuesday. Should I disregard Saturday,...
Asked by Lindsey Perrin 6 months ago.
I have been on 28 pill Aranelle birth control for about a year now, and have always been on time with my pill taking. But my pharmacy wasn't able to fill my prescription for 3 days. Normally I start my new packs on a Saturday, but now I'd be starting this pack on a Tuesday. Should I disregard Saturday, Sunday, and Monday's pills in this pack and just take Tuesday's and carry on from there? Or should I just start the pack from Tuesday and from there on start new packs on Tuesdays? I'm obviously very confused I hope that made sense haha. Also, do you happen to know how much this will effect my cycle? How long should I abstain from sex, and when should I be protected again? I heard I should wait 7-10 days but I want to be sure. Thanks in advance. Answered by Margarito Kuliga 6 months ago.
why didn't you ask when you picked up the pills? call the pharmacy back and ask them. they are the experts. Answered by Elvia Monette 6 months ago.
Switching birth control brands?
Im 18, and this is just the second pill ive ever taken
Asked by Kanisha Nowacki 6 months ago.
I was on the birth control pill Aranelle for six months. I started having a period every week in January. So i went to my doctor and she put me on Zarah, another pill. So i started my first pack of Zarah in February. Well i took the hole pack and now im on my 3rd "reminder pill" and still havent gotten my period this month. Is it normal for me to not have my period, because my body isnt use to the hormones. I took 3 pregnancy test and they were all negative. so please help!!!!!! Answered by Tennille Bichrest 6 months ago.
within those 7 days of the sugar pills you should get your period. when i was on the pill i got it on a tuesday and the pack started on sunday so thats a 3 day wait.. and since its a new prescription your body may just be getting used to it Answered by Tory Center 6 months ago.
Yes, when switching birth control, ur periods will be off sometimes u will have ur period for three weeks and not have a period for months after. Its totally normal, warningg tho. A friend of a friend changes birth control so many times over so many years. Idk how old u r but the doctor soon told her she couldnt have anymore kids. But for ur periods to be off is normal when switching. Doctor will tell u the same. I use to freak out about the same thing Answered by Andria Gear 6 months ago.
What would be the best birth control method out there ? or at least for me ?
About a year ago i was diagnosed wit Poly-cystic Ovarian Syndrome... I've tried the pills i had one called Aranelle i liked it but i hated having to remember to tk the pill everyday and sometimes wouldn't take it at the exact same time. I haven't been on it since February because of financial problems....
Asked by Sidney Durfee 6 months ago.
About a year ago i was diagnosed wit Poly-cystic Ovarian Syndrome... I've tried the pills i had one called Aranelle i liked it but i hated having to remember to tk the pill everyday and sometimes wouldn't take it at the exact same time. I haven't been on it since February because of financial problems. I have a doctors apt on Monday because i know birth control is a for sure thing i need but i also want to explore other types of birth control but i want opinions of the types of birth control methods out there. I would like to at least walk in to my apt with at least some kind of idea of the type of birth control i want. some of my options are the: pill again, (the implanon/implant)- if yal have experience with the implanon plz let me know thats kind of the one i have in mind. ---- an IUD, the shot, NuvaRing. the patch,,,,,,, and any others out there i do not know about. extra information: i am only 19 do not plan to b a parent anytime soon maybe in my mid or late 20's, sexually active but (we use condoms)..... Answered by Mattie Dechamplain 6 months ago.
all i can say is talk it over with your doctor they may know a type you can use very easily and low cost or covered by your insurance company Answered by Vannesa Tremain 6 months ago.
Check out with your doctor. All the Best...!!! Answered by Regina Morang 6 months ago.
What is the likelihood of her becoming pregnant?
I wore a condom and got off in her with it on and I think some may have leaked out through a break in the condom. She is either still on, or just finished her period and also takes the daily birth control Aranelle. What is the likelihood of her becoming pregnant? Should I worry?
Asked by Hayden Koos 6 months ago.
Very slim if she takes birth control. If it's not too late she can go to the hospital and get something called "The morning after" pill. Answered by Lakiesha Losolla 6 months ago.
Abortion is murder make the choice before sex not after pregnancy!! The morning after pill is so wrong! But try to keep in mind no birth control works 100% Answered by Mirtha Broody 6 months ago.
There is always a chance of becoming pregnant when you have sex. However in your situation it's very slim. i wouldn't worry. If it were about two weeks after her period, that's normal time of ovulation, that's when to be safe and extra safe. Answered by Helen Ankersen 6 months ago.
the prospect of you starting to be pregnant the 1st time you have unprotected intercourse is the comparable by way of fact the millionth time you have unprotected intercourse. Any time you have intercourse without risk-free practices you danger being pregnant. All it takes is the only time. Answered by Shamika Wasowski 6 months ago.
it is likely but a small chance, she needs a pregnant test Answered by Josue Zelinka 6 months ago.
What birth control do you suggest?
I am 32. I have 2 kids but contemplating having one more. I can not get an IUD/shot or patch. My Dr. prescribed Yaz/Yasmin but my insurance does not cover it...so it is 60+ a pack! I found tons of brands online but the cheapest were Aranelle, Balziva, Necon, Zovia, Zenchent & Junel......well I am clueless! I...
Asked by Chasity Caddigan 6 months ago.
I am 32. I have 2 kids but contemplating having one more. I can not get an IUD/shot or patch. My Dr. prescribed Yaz/Yasmin but my insurance does not cover it...so it is 60+ a pack! I found tons of brands online but the cheapest were Aranelle, Balziva, Necon, Zovia, Zenchent & Junel......well I am clueless! I have gone through fertility tx most of my life so this is the one thing I am clueless on. So any help would be appreciated...I need suggestions! Answered by Tashia Wall 6 months ago.
ortho tricyclen. i get mine for free as i live in canada and have a drug plan too.. but it's normally 6 dollars a pack. Answered by Ella Gerondale 6 months ago.
i use 2 b on ortho tri cyclin lo & i liked it cause it had a lower dose of hormones which is suppose 2 b better for u unlike the shot that has alot w/sight effects. I liked it. Um I do believe that the new Yaz & Yasmine r different ones though. Yasmine is good for cramps & contain med. amount of hormes. Yaz is one of those newer ones where u need 2 check your potassium. I also know that this place called planned parenthood has bc for $26 a mo if u give them your doc perscription. I think they carry the generic stuff. My friend was on one of the generic ones & her period was always crazy though. Good luck. Answered by Odis Cieslik 6 months ago.
my doc put me on marvelon. I'd been on it for 2 years, and tehn wanted to have a baby, so went off. now that my son is 7 mnths and im done breastfeeding, i have gone back on it. The side effects are mostly just nausia for the first week or two of starting it, and then you're fine. my worst problem is trying to remember to take it at the same time everyday. i love marvelon tho, but ive never tried anything else so i dont really know. Answered by Fredricka Musitano 6 months ago.
the mirena IUD is the best way to go especially with you wanting to have another child..but i guess if you cant do that or the shot or the pil then theres only the implants and the pill. its cheaper if you go to a clinic to get the pills..i use to pay $10 for 3 months with planned parenthood. Answered by Dorthey Abrahamson 6 months ago.
A Miranda IUS - bloody best thing I ever found. No/very light, infrequent periods, completely reliable and last ages. Hurts like a bugger to have it put in, but it's only once every 3 years, so worth it. Answered by Santos Pine 6 months ago.
have you tried Depo Provera intramuscular shots? You may even stop having to fool with a period! Answered by Lyla Deuschle 6 months ago.
depo shot!! six years no baby Answered by Enedina Samay 6 months ago.
condom. safe when used properly. Answered by Lucilla Turcio 6 months ago.
Is there a website where you can read about birth control pills...........?
I don't mean a website where you read about condoms, and other forms of birth control. I know the pill is THE right one for me. But there's so many different types of pills. When I first started taking them they worked great for me. Than a yr. later the doctors office that I went too, said they no longer...
Asked by Fran Gupta 6 months ago.
I don't mean a website where you read about condoms, and other forms of birth control. I know the pill is THE right one for me. But there's so many different types of pills. When I first started taking them they worked great for me. Than a yr. later the doctors office that I went too, said they no longer provided the ones I had been taking so they switched me, and those pills were just theWORST experience of my life. so a website that helps you read about the different types of birth control pills. or out of personal experience which ones worked for you? I dont' have health insurance and I'm on a strict budget, I'm a freshman in college and my bf is a junior in college. any health plans that are good and affordable? Answered by Micha Killins 6 months ago.
try webmd Type in the name of a birth control and it will provide all the info on it. Of if you type in the pill it will provide links to different brands. Before I had health insurance I went to planned parenthood for B.C. B.C. is free if you can provide proof of income and no insurance. Answered by Jolyn Benskin 6 months ago.