Consumption Of Birth Control Pills That Melt Due To Cold Temperatures Whether To Get Pregnant?
In the afternoon I want to ask Tuesday, yesterday, I took the diane pill, but the pill was taken in a condition where the pill was soft, sticky, a little because of the cold, is it possible to get pregnant? Falling menstruation on February 16 or 17 February 2109 I got in touch with my husband today on February 6, 2019
Hello, thanks for asking.
As you already know, the birth control pill contains hormones to regulate the menstrual cycle to prevent fertilization of ovum cells by sperm. Birth control pills as well as other drugs must be stored according to instructions. Generally the pill is recommended to be stored in a cool place and not exposed to direct sun or direct heat. That is because when the pill is exposed to excess heat it will cause damage to the constituent ingredients. Generally, putting the pill in the refrigerator will not damage the pill, as long as the temperature does not reach below zero. Care must be taken when removing the pill from a cold place, so after the pill is exposed to a warmer room temperature, it is possible that the icing outside the pill will melt. This also should not reduce the effect of the pill as long as it hasn't passed the expiration period.
If you are not sure of the benefits of these pills, you can continue taking KB pills from the same pill number, but from the new KB pill strips that are still in good condition. If you are still unsure, you can advise your husband to use a condom or not have sex first, until your period arrives. Thus our brief explanation, may be useful. Regards.