Is Junel Fe 1/20 a good birth control pill that will help me not get pregnant?
I take it everyday at the same time. I do have sex with my boyfriend without protection but he makes sure to pull out. If I make sure I take my pill at the same time ( which I have been doing) should I be fine? Do you think the birth control I'm on is good with preventing pregnancies?
Asked by Ethel Jahoda 1 month ago.
Junel Fe 1/20 is the equivalent to the one I'm taking. You should be fine I dont think you are pregnant, however with the pill with is always a slight chance even with perfect use. If youre taking at the same time everyday you'll be ok. Combo pills you have a little more flexibility with. I dont suggest this but with combo pills you have a 12 hours widow before the pill is considered missed. If for some reason you are ever switched to the mini pill you only have a 3 hour window. So you are good. Answered by Scarlet Taal 1 month ago.
Junel Fe 1 20 Birth Control Answered by Kaley Piere 1 month ago.
The pill is not 100% effective. The pill can be stopped from working, by taking certain meds or even over the counter drugs. Your boyfriend pulling out is like... useless * chuckles* GOD knows why these false truths keep going generation after generation. There is seepage/ leaking/ drops etc before, during AND after. one drop = 100 baby chances. There are currently at least five horrific sexual diseases that are NOT curable. Wear a condom until you get married. **NO HAT - NO PARTY ** Sincerely Susan Answered by Dorene Niswonger 1 month ago.
Birth control how to take? Junel fe 1 / 20 28day?
The day i start my period? Start the pack from the beginning which is sunday even if i get my period on some other day of the week? And how about the other 2, 3 daya left of the month there is only 28pills... ia it a forsure this pill works even on unprotected relationships
Asked by Caryn Windover 1 month ago.
You take the pill on a four week cycle which will not coincide with the calendar month. Start on Sunday like they say and then after 3 weeks of active pills there are 7 inactive pills. These are to keep you in the habit of taking something every day and if you like you can skip them without a problem so long as you start taking the active ones again on time on the Sunday 4 weeks after you first started. Keep strictly to the schedule whatever happens with your period. You are protected against pregnancy even during the 7 days of inactive pills. Junel fe 1/20 is a combined contraceptive pill. Estimates vary but if you take it carefully then there is a less than 1% chance per year of getting pregnant with no other protection and no pulling out. Using a condom as well is very safe but if you dont want to use condoms then spermicides inserted before have sex are a good second line of defence but dont rely on them alone. Answered by Raymonde Corne 1 month ago.
Anyone taking Junel Fe 1/20?
I am supposed to start Junel Fe 1/20 but am scared. I read horrible stories about Junel 1.5/30 and am not Sure if it would be the same with the 1/20 pill. Has anyone had Any experiences with this pill. Also do you know the difference between both?
Asked by Manuel Daggy 1 month ago.
No, I am not taking Junel Fe 1/20. But I do know, that it can cause bad side effects like nausea and vomiting and cramps.... They are both the same, there is no difference... Answered by Blaine Chislom 1 month ago.
I'm taking Junel FE 1/20 and I've never had a problem with it. Been on it for almost 2 years now. Works great. Answered by Ta Crossen 1 month ago.
As long as you've been taking the pills as directed, your birth control should have been in effect when your boyfriend ejaculated inside of you. Since you started taking Junel Fe 1/20 on the first day of your period, it was most likely working by the time this happened. If you're still concerned, we recommend talking to your health care provider. Answered by Woodrow Budziszewski 1 month ago.
Birth control question Junel 1/20 Fe?
I was on Loestrin 24 Fe for four months, and I really liked it, but my insurance stopped paying for it and I was switched to LoLoestrin 1/10 Fe, I only took that for a month before my insurance decided they wont pay for that either. On both of those pills, they had 24 active pills and 4 reminder pills. I would...
Asked by Adela Romito 1 month ago.
I was on Loestrin 24 Fe for four months, and I really liked it, but my insurance stopped paying for it and I was switched to LoLoestrin 1/10 Fe, I only took that for a month before my insurance decided they wont pay for that either. On both of those pills, they had 24 active pills and 4 reminder pills. I would always get a light period that lasted the entire 4 days I was on the reminder pills. Now I got switched to Junel 1/20 Fe. It has the same formula as Loestrin 24 Fe, except it has 21 days of active pills and an entire week of inactive pills. Does this mean I will get my period for 7 days now? Anyone who knows or has any other info theyd like to share about this pill, I'd really appreciate it. Google wasn't helping much. Thanks :) Answered by Mariette Arlt 1 month ago.
I'm on another generic of Loestrin, Microgestin 1/20. I also have 21 active days and 1 week of inactive iron pills. When I first started I would have my period for maybe 2-3 days out of the whole week. Now I usually don't get a period at all, other than some very light spotting. Hope this helped. Answered by Eric Lauerman 1 month ago.
Birth control: microgestin 1/20 vs. Junel Fe 1/20?
I was on microgestin 1/20 and when I picked up the next prescription, it was Junel Fe 1/20. The pharmacist told me it was the same medicine. Is this true? Is there anything at all different? If not, why did it switch?
Asked by Elliott Slomka 1 month ago.
They are both generic medications of Loestrin Fe 1/20 manufactured by different companies. Microgestin is manufactured by Watson Pharmaceuticals, whereas Junel is manufactured by Teva/Barr Pharmaceuticals. They have different names, only because that's what the manufacturer wanted to name it. They have the same ingredients in the same strengths. Pharmacies stock whichever manufacture is available or negotiates a better price with them. Answered by Carly Beinlich 1 month ago.
Junel Fe 1/20 Birth control, experiences?
Anything: Nausea, libido, skin, emotions, etc
Asked by Michiko Benoff 1 month ago.
Junel birth control is not very effective in my experience, and also causes side effects like nausea, anorexia, vomiting..etc... Answered by Bonnie Wilker 1 month ago.
I MISSED LIKE A WEEK WORTH OF PILLS HOW DO I MAKE THEM UP?
IM TAKING JUNEL FE 1 20 AND IM ON MY 2AND PACK.
Asked by Vernia Daudier 1 month ago.
Throw away that pack. Start a new pack the Sunday after you start your period. Answered by Leon Weigleb 1 month ago.
Im sorry but u cant make them up... u missed them and u better hope ur ok... U should get checked and then make sure u never miss a pill! Answered by Marivel Vinck 1 month ago.
You won;t have to worry about that, since you are probably pregnant. get on some other form that is easier like the shot patch or ring. Geez. Answered by Hiroko Marque 1 month ago.
I have the bith control pill Junel FE 1/20 But i lost the directions on how to take them? does anybody know ho
Asked by Gonzalo Nachmias 1 month ago.
I have never heard of this kind but most birth control pills you just take one per day at the same time and then there are 7 placebo pills to take during the week of your period. Good luck! Answered by Jaime Landt 1 month ago.
call a local pharmacy they will be able to tell you. Answered by Leonardo Larick 1 month ago.
Is Loestrin 24 Fe the same as Junel Fe 1/20 the same? (birth control)?
i got birth control for the first time today and the doctor gave me a sample pack of Loestrin 24 Fe but then a prescription for Junel Fe 1/20
Asked by Gregorio Philben 1 month ago.
It is! Check out this site below, it lists all of the Brand names for Junel FE 1/20, and Loestrin 24 is one of them. :) Answered by Lizzie Trueluck 1 month ago.
What Is Loestrin Answered by Yajaira Alleshouse 1 month ago.
Junel FE 1/20?
Hey everyone- I went and got put of birth control today, and my doctor perscribed Junel FE 1/20. My question is, when should I start taking it? I know the website and pamphlets and everything say to start it on the day I start my period, but if I start taking it today, will it have any side-effects? I really...
Asked by Kam Mayhall 1 month ago.
Hey everyone- I went and got put of birth control today, and my doctor perscribed Junel FE 1/20. My question is, when should I start taking it? I know the website and pamphlets and everything say to start it on the day I start my period, but if I start taking it today, will it have any side-effects? I really just want to start taking it now instead of waiting another 2-3 weeks for my period to start. Answered by Tamela Edland 1 month ago.
The most common reason they tell you to wait until your period is because its to make sure that you are not currently pregnant. Also, if you start the while on your period, it is immediately effective, but if you start it at another time, it can take a couple of weeks before the birth control is effective. Either way, I would suggest that you use a back-up form of birth control for the first month just incase you do get side effects such as vomiting or diarreah which can cause the pills to be removed from your body and therfore not effective. Most people with side effects are mild, and go away after the first month or two. Answered by Mallory Tinoco 1 month ago.
Junel Fe 1 20 Answered by Joseph Feinman 1 month ago.
Hi! I also take Junel FE 1/20! When you take the pill the first day of your period, you are immediately protected. If you choose to take the pills now ("Sunday Starter," even if you don't start on Sunday) means that you need to wait 7 days until you are protected. It is not necessary to use other forms of contraception AFTER these 7 days, the "it takes 1 whole cycle to be effective" is a myth. However if you experience vomiting, diarrhea, or the like, I'd recommend waiting another 7 days after the incident to not use other protection. To answer your question directly, if you start taking the pills today, you will not be more or less at risk for side effects as someone starting the first day of their period. I know you probably know this, but the pills need to be taken at the same time everyday religiously. If you miss a pill by 3 hours, immediately take it when you remember and then wait 7 days to have unprotected sex. Good luck! Answered by Kenisha Dossie 1 month ago.
I'm taking Junel FE 1/20 and I've never had a problem with it. Been on it for almost 2 years now. Works great. Answered by Lilia Oathout 1 month ago.
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