Most antibiotics do not affect the effectiveness of birth control pills. But rifampin, griseofulvin might cut the action of your pills as these medications increase the break-down of estrogens. As a result, the rates of estrogens and the effectiveness of the pills are reduced. Therefore, antibiotics can kill the bacteria that re-activate estrogen in the intestines.
To prevent unwanted pregnancies talk to your GP and ask about the possible interactions. It is also recommended to use a second reliable method of birth control during antibiotic therapy.
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