According to WebMD, birth control pills may be used to help acne. Dermatologists have been using birth control pills to treat acne in women for several years. Birth control is often used to treat acne in healthy women wh... More »

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Amoxicillin, a penicillin antibiotic that fights bacterial infection, can make birth control pills less effective, according to Drugs.com. If you are concerned about preventing pregnancy, talk to your doctor about altern... More »

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Some of the most popular birth control pills are Seasonale, Seasonique, Lybrel, Lo Loestrin Fe, and Ortho TriCyclen. Other popular pills include Plan B, and Yaz. Many birth control pills are also available in generic ver... More »

Different types of birth control include barrier methods, such as male and female condoms and contraceptive sponges, and hormonal methods, such as birth control pills, vaginal rings and implantable rods. Intrauterine dev... More »

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Taking birth control pills during pregnancy is safe, but there is no benefit to it, explains Mayo Clinic. Minipills or combination birth control pills don't appear to increase birth defect risk, but there is increased ri... More »

Some of the most popular birth control pills are Seasonale, Seasonique, Lybrel, Lo Loestrin Fe, and Ortho TriCyclen. Other popular pills include Plan B, and Yaz. Many birth control pills are also available in generic ver... More »

Drugs.com states that penicillin sometimes makes birth control pills less effective, which may result in unexpected pregnancy. A backup method of birth control is recommended. More »