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.
Yes, your window period with the minipill is three hours.
No, you can't. Every pill is exactly the same on the minipill, and there are no placebo pills to skip.
If you are already on the pill, stopping them and starting them on a different day to reschedule your period puts you at risk for pregnancy and/or make you have irregular bleeding for a while. If you are just starting the pill, you can start it on the day you start your period or the Sunday immediately following your period (even if you are still bleeding). Sunday startup is popular because it would ensure that you won't have your period on any weekend.
That is the correct spelling of "reschedule" (to change a time or appointment).
no it does not!
No, by word of the Oxford English Dictionary, "reschedule" (v) is a word and does not contain hyphenation.
I don't exactly know what is a gynocologist but you can go when you have your period, it won't affect it. == == You technically can, but most of them prefer that you call and reschedule if it is just a routine visit. You can call up to the office and ask them if yours has a preference.
"I'm so sorry but an unplanned emergency just came up ... could we reschedule the interview - - what would be a good time for you?"
RESCHEDULE - to change a planned date
No it is not
Yes! A Roman Catholic couple can be married in the Catholic Church, but are advised to have a simple wedding, as opposed to a fancy one, or reschedule their wedding.
they reschedule the court date
Reschedule, postpone, defer, delay...
Yes, that is correct.
Women on the progestin-only pill ("minipill" like Lyza, Micronor, or Nora-Be) take the same pill every day without a period week. In the early months of use, they may have unscheduled bleeding; over time, they may stop having any episodes of bleeding at all.
You can, but they prefer not to. You should call ahead and tell them that you started your period and ask if they would prefer if you reschedule or keep your appointment. It depends a lot on what is going to be done at your exam. Ultrasounds (internal and external) can be done while on your period but pap smears are usually not.
Yes august 12th
It means to change the time or order of the event.
My doctor told me that they could. I have had an appointment scheduled for a while now and I started my cycle today. I called and told them about it and asked if I should reschedule and they said, "they can do it and they have seen it all." I was like ok.
Phone the air line directly or contact them through the internet.
Yes, reschedule, to change the time of planned events, is a verb.A verb is a word that describes an action (run, walk, etc), a state of being (exist, stand, etc) or occurrence (happen, become, etc).