Dose of the Pills to prevent Pregnancy

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Introduction (Expert Homeopathy: Dr. Anutosh Chakraborty)

Many peoples know the process of birth control but do not know the way, how to take the pills as well or birth control by any device or by latex means condom, it is a way for both men and women to prevent pregnancy. There are many different types of methods of birth control, including hormonal contraception such as the pill, condom, device, or by ligation or vasectomy.

Some people take the pill by mouth to prevent pregnancy, and when taken correctly, it will not be effective up to 100%. However, the pill does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV / aids. Condoms are made of latex, which is used to cover the penis in order to provide a higher level of protection against most sexually transmitted diseases (STD). Another form of hormonal birth control connections is estrogen-and progesterone-containing pills and devices.

When Can I Start My Second Pack Of Birth Control Pills? 

You can start each new pack of birth control pills available on the same day of the week, as your original one. If you are on a 21-day pill pack you have to start a new pill pack within seven (7) days of the completion of the old and pill pack. If you are on a 28-day pack of pills, you should start a new pack after taking the last pill in the old packaging.

To start a new pill pack as scheduled, regardless of whether or not you have your period or your period. For more information about how to take the birth control pill.

A strip of pills contains 21 hormonal tablets and 7 iron tablets. 
Example: If your period starts on the 1st day of the month, you take one iron tablet from seven tablets each day. Most of the women experienced a maximum of 7 days of period. Then start 21 hormonal tablets each day of the rest of the month. In period time do not take hormonal tablets, only iron tablets are advised.

What can be possible side effects? 
  1. Are there any side effects of the birth control pill, even though the majority of them are not serious. Side effects include the following: 
  2. Nausea 
  3. It Is in your chest, become sick or bruised 
  4. Blood spotting between periods may be seen 
  5. Easier for periods of time 
  6. Mood swings 
  7. Mild headache 
  8. Abdominal neuralgic pain (stomach pain) 
  9. Chest pain 
  10. Headache (severe) 
  11. Vision problems (blurred vision) 
  12. Swelling, or pain in your legs and inner thighs

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