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Will My Medications React With Next Choice?

Drug Interactions With Next Choice Explained

All of the medications listed in this article could theoretically decrease the level of Next Choice in your blood, possibly increasing the risk for pregnancy. All of these interactions are based on information for progestin-only birth control pills, which are similar to Next Choice.
 
However, it is not known for sure if any of these medications truly has any effect on Next Choice. Next Choice may be less susceptible to such drug interactions compared to progestin-only birth control pills because it contains a higher dose of the progestin hormone.
 
Women are not typically advised to stop taking any medication just because of a possible drug interaction with Next Choice. Most of the medications that may theoretically react with this emergency contraceptive could cause the liver to break down Next Choice too quickly. However, stopping these medications temporarily is unlikely to be beneficial, as the liver will not adjust right away.
 

Final Thoughts

It is possible that not all Next Choice drug interactions were discussed in this article. Therefore, you should talk with your pharmacist or healthcare provider about the specific interactions that may apply to you.
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