14 Oct 2009
When you begin to use oral contraceptives , your body will require at least 7 days to adjust before a pregnancy will be prevented. You will need to use an additional birth control method for at least 7 days. Some doctors recommend using an additional method of birth control for the first cycle (or 3 weeks) to ensure full protection. Follow the advice of your doctor or other health care professional.
- Zovia Information for Consumers
- Zovia Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Zovia (detailed)
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... pill, the condom broke, are the normal pills in my system long enough for us to be safe?
1 answer • 26 Apr 2010
I have been using it a little under a year. I take it reguarly everyday, but today i just started my period. I have really bad cramps and im not ...
1 answer • 17 Sep 2011
I have been on Zovia for about a year and a half. I am 22 years old. My husband and I are not planing on having kids for maybe another year or two. ...
1 answer • 29 Jul 2013
I do take my pill everyday from 8:30 to 9 but maybe twice a week ill take it at 10 or 11. Can I get pregnant because of that?
1 answer • 24 Dec 2013
... unable to tell me when they will get it back
0 answers • 28 Jan 2014