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Yes, taking three birth control pills or taking the morning after pill can cause a missed period.

Continue taking the active pill, one for each day you want to delay your period, before taking the non-active pills.

Keep taking the normal pill and you won't get your period.. Skip the sugar pills completely.

Breakthrough bleeding is fairly common when you start using most hormonal contraceptives. If you are using a mini - progestin only pill (POP) you should call your doctor, having a period while taking mini pills can also mean you are ovulating.

Yes take a pill once every day at the same time. Even if your period starts before you get to the end of the pill pack. This is normal. Do not stop taking your pills or you could get pregnant.

No, you can't. Every pill is exactly the same on the minipill, and there are no placebo pills to skip.

You should continue taking the pill as scheduled regardless of any bleeding.

If you are taking a birth control pill with active and inactive pills, you should begin having your period while you are taking the inactive pills - usually 2-3 days into them. If you are taking seasonale, you will have 4 periods per year.

the mini pill only contains progestin, while the other pills contain both estrogen and progestin. A popular mini pill brand is Micronor. Women with high blood pressure or predisposition to heart attacks and the like are usually prescribed the mini pill. Another major difference between POPs and Combination Pills is that the mini pill does not include a week of placebo pills; each mini pill contains the same dosage of progestin and must be taken continuously around the same time each day. If you are even three hours late taking the mini pill, your chances for pregnancy are drastically increased. In cases like that, it is recommended you use a back-up method in addition to continuing your pill regimin for at least 5 days. Taking combination pills at EXACTLY the same time each day is not as crucial.

this is bad, you should definitely ask your local pharmacist or family doctor. you are supposed to get your period when you stop taking the pills for 7 days or take your sugar pills.

No, it wouldn't. Taking the "mini pill" or Progesterone only (POP) BCP - missing one pill is enough to allow ovulation - which could cause pregnancy. In a combination pill you have to miss 3 or more pills in a cycle for ovulation to happen. Going period free is a side effect of many BCP. If you have been on the pill for over 6 months and this is the only period you have ever missed - taking a pregnancy test to reassure yourself wouldn't hurt anything.

Yes it is a side effect of the pills suppressing ovulation - many woman have no period while taking the pill.

That depends on the pill. If you are taking a Sunday start pill you should start taking the pills the Sunday after your period starts. There should be an information sheet with your pills that will tell you when to start. Otherwise, you might try contacting the pharmacists to make sure you're using them correctly.

Keep taking your pill all the way through the placebo ones, then after you are done taking the sugar pills don't take the next months pills. You may or may not get your period that next month. Everyone is different.

There is no guarantee that taking two birth control pills in a day will stop your period sooner. Generally speaking the only time you should take two of these pills in one day is if you forgot to take a pill the day before. Taking two pills on the same day may have no effect on your period but will reduce the effectiveness of the pill.

Your period would probably not come until your 3rd or 4th sugar pill. If you started taking the pills on the Sunday before your period did that period come?

There is no pill like that. The different pills in a pill pack mean different things. The white ones are active pills that have the hormones to prevent pregnancy, the brown pills are inactive that just keep you in the habit of taking the pills. Some brown pills contain iron, but they don't stop you're period.

Taking or not taking a pill before, after or during your menstrual period does not make you pregnant. Sexual intercourse does that.

Most likely the pill will force your period to move up to the days when you are taking the placebo (inactive pills) in your pill pack.

The first pill is taken on the first day of your period.

It's perfectly fine. It just cuts it shorter, depending on how many placebo pills you have and when the next normal pill is after your placebo pills. I have 4 placebo pills in my pack and when I finish them I'm usually still on my period. After taking one normal pill the next day after finishing my placebo pills, my period starts to get lighter and lighter until its gone.

Yes. Even though you start your period you should continue taking the pill until you don't have any left. Then take the next pill pack. Your period can start in the middle of the pack, and it is normal.

No, if you are asking if taking a pill you haven't been taking will stop your period. The only way the pill works is if you take it every day for 28 days. Otherwise you can get pregnant .

The grapefruit will have no affect on you as you are taking the pill.

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