Does Adipex make birth control less effective?

Does Adipex make birth control less effective?

Phentermine and topiramate can cause irregular vaginal bleeding while you are taking birth control pills. This should not make the pills less effective in preventing pregnancy. Using this medicine with other drugs that make you drowsy can worsen this effect.

Can phentermine harm a pregnancy?

If you took phentermine before pregnancy, it should have no effect on your ability to carry a healthy baby to term. All traces of phentermine should pass through your body. Even if you took your last dose a week before conception, it shouldn’t have any effect on your pregnancy.

Can adipex cause kidney stones?

This medicine may increase the chance of developing metabolic acidosis. If left untreated, this can cause kidney stones, bone disease, or slowed growth in children.

Can adipex cause a miscarriage?

While research about pregnancy and phentermine on its own is lacking, another study looked at the use of phentermine/fenfluramine, which is no longer available, in the first trimester of pregnancy. It showed that, when compared with women who didn’t use the drug, women who used it had no greater risk of: miscarriage.

Why are IVF drugs bad for your eggs?

Photograph: Getty Images/Science Photo Library RF/Zephyr High doses of drugs used to stimulate the ovaries of older women undergoing fertility treatment may be causing chromosomal abnormalities in their eggs, leading to failed pregnancies and even, potentially, babies with conditions such as Down’s syndrome.

Can a fertilized egg taste the same as an unfertilized egg?

Fertilized eggs have the same taste as unfertilized ones and they have the same nutritional quality. If you see blood spots or red spots in the egg, this is not a sign of fertility. This is just the result of a broken blood vessel in the hen’s reproductive system. In most cases, broken vessels are a result of a vitamin A deficiency.

Why are there no fertilized eggs in the store?

In industrial egg production farms, because hens do not live in the same space as roosters, hens cannot produce fertilized eggs. Therefore, the eggs that you purchase from the store are not fertilized. Even though an egg is fertilized, once it is placed in the freezer, the development of the embryo is stopped.

How are IVF eggs affected by chromosomal abnormalities?

Research led by a UK team, presented at the annual European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) conference in Stockholm, has now shown that the resultant eggs have a higher proportion of chromosomal abnormalities than would be expected in untreated women of the same age group.