Sorry for the abundance of questions. I tried searching but did not find anything. I am wondering if Airborne would decrease the effectiveness of birth control pills? I took 3 tablets. 4 tablets is one dose. So not even a full dose I guess.
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Vitamin supplements are not known to interact with oral contraceptives, no.
(But just to save you some cash? Have a Google about Airborne: it's pretty spendy stuff, and has been found not to do any of the things it says it will. Cash-wise, you're better off just eating well and taking a regular vitamin supplement.)
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