There is a type of injection, I'm not sure what the name of it is but is it used as a contraceptive more than for stopping your periods. It does stop your periods after a few months. Speak to your GP or family planning clinic. If it irregular periods you have, try the pill, it does take a few months to regulate itseld out.
Take birth control pills.
Yes, this is a way women have been avoiding having periods at inconvenient times for several years (during vacation, honeymoon, holidays) and was the reason drug companies started marketing pills intended to stop monthly period all together - or having short quarterly periods. There is no medical reason for women to have a monthly period and in fact the bleeding during the week you take placebo pills is not a period at all - it is withdrawal bleeding caused by hormonal drop when you stop taking active pills.
Yes. You can stop at any time, but that is usually the easiest and the way the causes the least irregular bleeding.
Your period should not start unless you take a placebo pill. If youre already in menstration, it will eventually stop your period until you start placebo. To skip. Period, just skip the sugar pills which do not do anything, and start your next active pill.
You can't stop your period early, not without pills and no guarantee with pills either. Menstruation is a process, it takes time for it to come to an end and it will end in its own time.
the pills you take when your having your piriod have nothing in them they are just sugar pills so if this did happen. you should keep taking your pills assigned for when you are off your period when your period starts stop taking them for 7 days and then start a new pack the right way. the only difference from starting backwards is that the first week did nothing for you and you were not protected from getting pregnant. a better option would probibly be to stop having sex and taking your pills wait until your next period and start the right way.
pills, pills, and more pills.... or make babies (only lasts 4 about 9 months)
dont because pills is pill
Your period may stop after inserting NuvaRing, just as your period may stop after starting a new pack of birth control pills.
Yes. Taking the pills that way does not increase the risk of pregnancy.
No, Tylenol will not stop your period. It may help to decrease discomfort that comes with your period, though. The only drugs designed to stop your period are marketed as birth control pills.
The first day of your period will start once you stop taking the active pills.
you stop having contraceptive aid and might get pregnant! You will stop having contraceptive aid and might get pregnant.
Yes a woman that is pregnant will stop having her period, until the baby is born.
Many types of birth control pills make a period very light, some will stop having periods completely. It is normal. If you are having any other symptoms that seem abnormal, consult with your health clinic or doctor.
No it does not.
i am 45 and on birth control pills I have not had a period for 2 months. I took a pregency test but it was negetive what's happening to me.
Answering "If im starting to take your new birth control pills and your period comes on the 14 but you started taken them on the 12 will that stop your period?"
Don't take it in the first place! That is a horrible thing to get into!!! Do it only for the sake of having a wonderful blessing!(a baby)
Yes, stop taking the pills for this month.
Yes. If you are not on birth control and plan on going away, ask your doctor for a pack of pills.. if you know you gonna get your period, take the pills few days before it will stop it... when you leave your vacation, stop... and few days your period will come.
No, antibiotics definitely cannot stop your period. The only known possible way to do is is by taking contraceptive pills, or getting a hysterectomy
If you don't want your period this weekend so you are changing from Loesterin to Micrrnir and you stop your pills on a Saturday, you will likely start your period within 72 hours. Depending on how long your period is, you may not be done with your period by Thursday.