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If you took your pill earlier, there is no additional risk of pregnancy. If you're on the combination pill you can take your next pill at the usual time or the new early time. If you're on the progestin only pill, take your next pill within three hours of the time you took today's pill.
Yes, you can take the birth control pill at any time of the day when you feel sure you can remember consistently.
The best time to take your diabetic pill depends on the tpye of medicine you take. The medicine metformin you take two times daily.
Yes, that's the perfect way to change the time you take your pill.
If you forgot to take your normal birth control pill then this is a good time to take the MAP if you had unprotected sex.
assuming you are referring to the inert pills in a pack of 28 day birth control pills, you take the pill to keep you used to taking the pill so you wont forget when its time to take the pill pill again
You can take them at the same time. Antibiotics do not affect the morning after pill.
ANSWER: by mouth.
no, but if you have a hard time remembering the pill I suggest the patch.
Breakthrough bleeding on the mini pill is very common, especially if you don't take the pill at the same time everyday or miss a pill.
No. The pill is not based on time of day, but on frequency. You have to take the pill every day to have it work. It doesn't matter if you take it in the morning or the evening as long as you take it.
If you took the pill but late its absolutely okay. If you missed a day then make sure you take two the next day but dont have sex if you didnt take the pill.