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  1. Birth control pills are generally very safe. Unless you have specific contraindications to them, there is little risk, and most women do not experience significant side effects. Your doctor has recommended...

    3 Answers · Health · 21/05/2019

  2. ... a Gynecologist Visit - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/em-and-lo/8-ways-to-overcome-anxiety-about-a-gynecologist-visit_b_5515968.html I'...

    4 Answers · Health · 28/12/2018

  3. Yes, you're protected by now. Starting off-cycle just means you have to wait seven days.

    1 Answers · Health · 17/09/2018

  4. Idk but insuggest you get some ultrasound or maybe endoscopic tests something is def off. Not normal for anybody to bleed so much .

    2 Answers · Health · 09/03/2018

  5. ... boyfriend doesn't wear a condom or pull out every time we have sex and lo and behold, I'm still not pregnant. You can have as much semen in you...

    2 Answers · Health · 20/02/2018

  6. An hour later each day. Your body does not have a clock. It won't know the difference.

    4 Answers · Health · 11/02/2018

  7. ... a Gynecologist Visit - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/em-and-lo/8-ways-to-overcome-anxiety-about-a-gynecologist-visit_b_5515968.html

    8 Answers · Health · 10/01/2018

  8. You are perfectly safe, time is immaterial but important is you are taking on same day.

    1 Answers · Health · 12/12/2017

  9. I can see you have no clue about how your birth control pills work to prevent pregnancy. The pill prevents ovulation from ever happening. Because you never ovulate, you can't get pregnant - no matter what you do or when you do it. If you're taking birth...

    13 Answers · Health · 08/12/2017

  10. ... doctor just dismissed your question. I would recommend a lo version like ortho tri lo or lo estrin. Those should help with regulation. ...

    1 Answers · Health · 29/10/2017

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