No, it usually takes missing 3-5 pills.
If you start the pill a week before your period, you probably will not get it when expected. Instead, you'll get it at the end of the pill pack.
No it is fine day 1 of your period or the Sunday following day one. Either is correct.
If you just got them then i would wait until sunday or the day after you stop your period and you will start with pill number 1 then go to the sugar pills which you take while you are on your period!
yes you can yes you can yes you can
Talk to your doctor first, but I believe you can continue taking the active pills, then your period won't start. Once you take the 1 week of inactive pills, your period will start.
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some women usually get their period a month to a couple months after stopping the mini pill. 1-3 months!!
You start the first pill the Sunday after the FIRST day of your period ideally, but can be any day of the week, but after the 1st day of your period. Your cycle is four weeks long, you take colored pills for 3, and take white pills for 1 and you will have your period that week, then start a new pack of pills.
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Most people notice some bleeding after their first cycle of pills. But it's not really a period. A period is when your body releases an egg, the egg is unfertilized, and the body sheds the lining of the uterus that wasn't needed to maintain a pregnancy. What you'll see with the pill is "withdrawal bleeding." Your body will shed the lining each month when you stop taking the active ingredients in the pill during the period week. If you were to stop taking the pill, your periods may stop again. It can take 1 to 18 months, but an average of 9, for normal cycles to return after stopping Depo Provera. The pill will not "jump start" your regular periods.