Start slowly taking them at a different time. Like if you take them at 8:00am start taking them at 9:00am and keep going until you get to the time you like.
Just don't all the sudden jump from taking them in the morning to taking them at night.
Go slow and you should be fine.
Yes, you can take Synthroid and birth control at the same time.
You should take your birth control every day and at the same time each day. Taking your birth control this way will keep you 99.9% protected from pregnancy. Also, you should take your birth control at a time that is convenient for you, so that you do not forget to take your pills. Morning time is the best time to take your birth control. For example, take your birth control every day at 6 AM. Here is a tip, you should have your alarm already set for a time and have your pills by your bedside so that you do not forget.
Yes, that's the perfect way to change the time you take your pill.
Yes, if you want to change it then doing so is easiest after your period week when you'r starting a new pill pack. So you can start over and change the time. I suggest calling your doctor if you have any questions about your birth control.
You can take your birth control at any time that is convenient for you, as long as you take your birth control every day at the same time.
No it is not okay. If birth control pills are not taken everyday at the same time, you will increase your chances of pregnancy. The only way for birth control to be 99.9% effective you must take your birth control everyday at the same time. If you find it difficult remembering to take your birth control as directed, you should speak to your physician about trying a different method of birth control, such as an IUD, or the Depo Vera shot. In the meanwhile find a time that is convenient for you to take your pill. Try taking your birth control everyday at 7 AM for example.
The instructions for taking the birth control pill are the same for women of all ages. Take the birth control pill daily, at about the same time every day.
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Yes, the birth control pill will be effective at any time that you choose that is convenient for you. However, you must take your birth control pills everyday at the same time in order for it to remain effective.
You can take a pregnancy test any time you like. Birth control does not affect the accuracy of a pregnancy test.
It's easy to change from the birth control pill to Mirena. Continue taking your pill as scheduled until the Mirena insertion. You can have the IUD inserted at any time that you are using an effective method of birth control.