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i just started taking aviane, and i wanted to know whether or not it protected you 100% and if not, than what percent it does...?

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The pill is 98-99% effective when taken everyday at the same time, with no missed pills.

The most effective form of birth control is the IUD.
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could it have an effect if you switch the time on your pill say if you use to take it at night then you switch it to the morning time.
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Yes. Your should take the pil no more than 24-26 hours apart. If there is more time in between pills the level of birth control hormones in your body can decrease and can cause spotting, or release an egg.
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how long do you have to be on for unprotected sex, and if he is going to cum in side you?
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No birth control method is 100% effective, unless you have a hysterectomy or a vasectomy and wait the required period before intercourse. If you want 100% effectiveness and you want to have children in the future, your best bet is to be completely abstinent.

Aviane is a combined oral contraceptive, which are usually 99.7% effective with perfect use. I'm taking Aviane atm and it claims 99% effectiveness; they may be rounding down just to be safe/conservative (aka to cover their bums), or it might actually have slightly reduced effectiveness compared to other pills because of its low dose. If you don't use it perfectly, meaning you miss a pill or two (making it up properly) or sometimes take your pills late, your effectiveness rate will be 92%.

Aviane should be taken at approximately the same time each day - there should be no more than 3 hours difference, otherwise you may put protection at risk. This risk is greatest once you miss it by 12 or more hours - missing it by 6 or less, however, is a fairly small risk. If you want to switch the time you take your pill, wait until you start your next pack and then take the first pill at the desired time. Note: if you are going to take the pill at a later time, e.g. you usually take your pill at 10am but want to switch to 5pm, take the pill a day early to ensure maximum effectiveness. If the time you want to switch to is only a few hours away (e.g. going from 7pm to 9pm) you could probably just change the time with very little, if any, impact on effectiveness. Or, if you wanted, you could change in increments, e.g. starting at 7pm the first day, taking it at 7:30 the next, 8 the day after that, 8:30 the next, and finally ending at 9. This leaves 24.5 hours between pills, slightly more than the 24 hours recommended but not anywhere even remotely close to risking your protection.

When you first start Aviane, you should wait at least 7 days (one week) before having unprotected sex. Some experts recommend you wait a full month before going without a back-up method, but the general consensus is one week and that works for the vast majority of women.
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so how long does it take for the pill to kick in
to protect you from getting pregnant ???
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At least 1 week though personally I would wait a month
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***NOTE, AVIANE IS NOT PRIMARILY A BIRTH CONTROL PILL!***

Yes, Aviane is a form of a birth control pill. However, it has one of the lowest amount of hormones among brands available. Aviane is used mainly for ACNE THERAPY, and is NOT strong enough for 98-99% birth control!!

Please, if you are now sexually active, you need a different brand with a stronger hormone dose - Aviane is only about 75% effective and that's when taken every night.

It's important that you switch immediately if you are having sex now.

Hope this helps, Ashley (pharmaceutical assistant) 
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i am on aviane and the pills layed out for the month in the package don't exactly match up with the actual day of the month, will this effect my risk of pregnancy?
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I'm taking Aviane. It's the first birth control and i dont like it at all. i've had so many side effects i pass out a lot, does anyone else get this? 
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Please don't fear-monger, these are just as effective as other, higher-hormone pills.

The results of the clinical trial for these pills:

In a clinical trial with levonorgestrel and ethinyl estradiol 0.10 mg/0.02 mg tablets, 1,477 subjects had 7,720 cycles of use and a total of 5 pregnancies were reported. This represents an overall pregnancy rate of 0.84 per 100 woman-years. This rate includes patients who did not take the drug correctly. One or more pills were missed during 1,479 (18.8%) of the 7,870 cycles; thus all tablets were taken during 6,391 (81.2%) of the 7,870 cycles. Of the total 7,870 cycles, a total of 150 cycles were excluded from the calculation of the Pearl index due to the use of back-up contraception and/or missing 3 or more consecutive pills.

Which is just about typical for birth control pills. As for why they are probably commonly used for acne therapy as well? Less hormones in the product often (not always!) means that the side effects are less severe - so why would someone trying to treat acne use a higher dosage that could have more severe side effects?
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Ummm...Are you telling me my family doctor put me on this birth control knowing that? If so, would you mind telling me my chances (approximately) of getting pregnant (if sex occured during ovulation)? Please and thank you!
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How long until you are back to maximum protection if you miss a pill?
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Doctors wouldn't prescribe avaine as a form of birth control if it didn't follow the birth control requirements the FDA has set
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