Thank you for your question! The concern that antibiotics cause birth control to be less effective is a common, false myth. Most common antibiotics do not affect hormonal birth control at all. The only antibiotics with the risk of interacting with your birth control are rifampicin and rifabutin, medications used to prevent or treat meningitis, tuberculosis, and other bacterial (non-viral) infections. Your birth control will continue to prevent pregnancy while you take your antibiotics.
As always, we recommend using a condom when having PIV (penis-in-vagina) sex for added protection against both pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. If you have more questions, reach out to your health care provider (HCP)!