Only one antibiotic is shown to make hormonal birth control less effective. That is rifampin, a special medication used to treat tuberculosis. The brand names for rifampin include Rifadin and Rimactane. Other antibiotics do not make hormonal birth control less effective.
From Planned Parenthood’s response to “Will the morning-after pill work if I’m taking antibiotics?” Excellent answer to a question we hear a lot.
Wondering which medications do affect birth control effectiveness? We’ve got a new Provider Perspective about that.
cw: cissexism in second link
On what fucking planet is a post about BIRTH CONTROL considered cissexist? Fucking hell.
Should cisgendered women never discuss cisgendered women’s health issues such as pregnancy, abortion, menstruation etc. for fear of being cissexist?
Can you please think about what you’ve just said for two seconds.
Stop making long texts posts out of hashtags, for fuck’s sake.