Can birth control make you miss your menstrual cycle?
You wont miss your menstrual cycle because that is constant, you may miss your period.
Hormonal birth control can make the menstrual cycle more predictable during the time you take them. After you stop, your period is likely to return to its previous pattern. There are other treatments available for specific causes of irregular menstrual cycles, some of which can be used by women trying to get pregnant. See your health care provider for help.
Birth control pill bring more regular bleeding while you're taking it, but won't make any long term change in your menstrual cycle after you stop. Therefore, stay on it as long as you like to have regular bleeding with the understanding that it does not cure any underlying problem causing menstrual irregularity.
Yes, it's normal for your menstrual cycle to be irregular once you come off hormonal birth control. While on hormonal birth control your menstrual cycles are suppressed in order to stop ovulation occurring, once you come off hormonal birth control it takes time for your body to start ovulating on a regular basis again. It's a little like going through puberty all over again, or if you had irregular cycles prior to going on hormonal…
You took birth control pills for 1 month then you stopped taking them could it mess up your menstrual cycle?
Is your menstrual cycle messed up if you stopped using the birth control pill and have missed a period but the pregnancy test came out negative?
In short, yes, your menstrual cycle is messed up. Hormonal birth control suppresses your menstrual cycles so that you no longer ovulate, and thus in turn you also don't menstruate either - bleeding you get on the pill is a withdrawal bleed caused by the drop in synthetic hormones when you go into your placebo week. Coming off the pill it takes time for your menstrual cycles to reestablish themselves, you should menstruate within three…
No, you can't make your period come faster. When you menstruate is determined by your menstrual cycle, a domino effect of hormonal changes between your brain and different areas of your menstrual cycle. You cannot skip phases of your menstrual cycle or speed-up your menstrual cycle to reach menstruation sooner.
Yes, your menstrual cycles will be irregular at first. Hormonal birth control works by suppressing your menstrual cycles so that you no longer ovulate, you also no longer menstruate while on hormonal birth control - the bleeding you experience is a withdrawal bleed, for example on the combination pill you get a withdrawal bleed as a result of the drop in synthetic hormones when going from active to inactive pills. Once you stop taking hormonal…
No, birth control does not make a womans breasts grow. There is a myth that hormonal birth control such as the combination pill can cause breast growth - what actually happens is that the synthetic hormones can cause the breasts to swell: this is temporary, no more than a woman could see at certain points in her menstrual cycle naturally, and often accompanied with breast pain. Often women start hormonal birth control in their teens…
I recently just got off birth control its been about 8 days and I have noticed I have had a lot more discharge than normal Its white yellowish cloudy color and creamy is this normal?
Yes, it's very normal. One of the ways hormonal birth control prevents pregnancy is to make the cervical mucus thicker so it's harder for sperm to get through. Once you stop hormonal birth control, you will begin to see a normal cycle of cervical mucus again, which will change throughout your menstrual cycle. If the discharge has no odor and no itching, there is no need for concern.
It depends on why your menstrual cycles are irregular to begin with. When we talk about irregular cycles we're talking about weeks or months difference from one cycle to the next - up to a weeks variation from your average cycle is normal - and when your menstrual cycle is irregular like that there's a reason that should be investigated and treated by your doctor. You can help regulate your cycles by staying healthy: eat…
No, the placebo pills are exactly that, placebo. (just sugar pills). It would be like expecting a tic tac to bring on your menstrual cycle. If you are on the pill, the placebo pills will start your cycle because they have no active ingredients. If you think you are pregnant and want your period to come, go to a doctor/do a pregnancy test or take the morning after pill if it's not too late.
No, it's not possible to make your period come sooner. When you menstruate is determined by your menstrual cycle, a domino effect of hormonal changes between your reproductive organs and your brain that control ovulation and menstruation. There is no way to speed-up your cycle or skip phases of your cycle to make yourself menstruate earlier.
Your period is controlled by your menstrual cycle, you cannot skip phases of your menstrual cycle or speed-up your menstrual cycle in order to start your period sooner than it is due. You cannot force your period to start overnight or at all, and there's really no need to attempt to make it start sooner.
Your doctor put you on birth control pills so you can have a period how long will it take to have a period?
Some people report that while they are on the pill, they don't have their period as much. Though I don't suggest taking birth control for that reason. You can't really make it skip your cycle. Some people have there period not change at all while on the pill. So there is no guarantee that is will delay or skip your period.
You can't force your menstrual phase to start, it will only start when it is due to start. Menstruation is part of your menstrual cycle, a domino effect of hormonal changes between your reproductive organs, you can't speed-up your cycle or skip phases of your cycle to make your period come sooner than it is due to start.
It is possible to have your period twice in one month, but you should see a gynecologist right away if you are having a period this often. You might need to be put on birth control to help regulate your periods. It is common among young women to have unpredictable periods. The best bet is to see your gynecologist to make sure you are healthy. I have a problem about my daughter menstrual period. she…
During a woman's menstrual cycle, she will begin to ovulate. During ovulation, the ovary releases an egg. If the egg is not fertilized, it will continue to make its way down into the uterus. The uterus will begin to shed its lining since it is not needed. The lining of the uterus and the egg will be expelled from the vagina. This step of the menstrual cycle is what is refered to as the period.