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Can you reschedule your period if you are on the MiniPill?

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2015-07-15 18:38:23
2015-07-15 18:38:23

No you cannot reschedule your period if you are on the mini pill. You must take it every day at the same time... more than one hour late is considered a miss with this pill. Mini-pills tend to make periods short and light and you may go several months with no bleeding at all so it might not be an issue for you. If you want further information on this pill, copy and paste the website below to your browser.

http://www.mypleasure.com/education/contraception/mini_pills.asp

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