Birth Control and Antibiotics: Does Antibiotics Make Birth Control Pills Less Effective?

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Have you ever wondered if taking antibiotics would reduce the effectiveness of birth control? If yes, this video is for you. No one wants an unintended pregnancy and knowing what medications make your birth control less effective is important! This video discusses which antibiotics require a back up method of contraception and which ones likely don't!

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