There is no medical concept of Birth Control pill rejection, but some women may have changes in their periods on one birth control pill that they don't like. Changing to another brand may help.
My friend has been switching back and forth between the b.c. that makes you have periods every three months and Ortho and her last period lasted twelve days with lots of cramps. Her doctor recently had her take two regular pills of Ortho for four days.. then her bleeding stopped and he adviced her to stay with Ortho!
The birth control patch normally makes a woman's period shorter and lighter. This change happens with all hormonal birth control.
If you get your period while on birth control, you should continue using your birth control as scheduled. Bleeding does not change the schedule for taking your pill or changing your patch or ring.
yes it doesent change anything
It's possible that changing birth control pills will change the timing of your next period.
There is no condition in which the body "rejects birth control." You may have experienced side effects from one or more methods of birth control, and these have medical terms. You may have experienced birth control failure, and could guess that the cause, which may have a scientific name. But there is no recognized medication condition in which the body "rejects birth control." If you like, write again with a more specific description of what you mean by "rejection," and I'll help you find a word.
yes, birth control will change your period.. i miss 4 pills once and had unprotected sex and didnt get pregnant. tell her too start watching for earlie pregnancy symptoms
Yes, normally birth control pills will reduce the number of days of bleeding.
You should start birth control on the first day of your period, otherwise your period will arrive on a new day & this will slightly change your cycle. If you DID start taking birth control pill during your period then this is why you're cramping and yes, birth control can cause abdominal cramping.
You can change the time your period comes the following month if you are on certain types of birth control. For example, finishing a pack of birth control pills early will make your period come earlier the next month.
Your period will come naturally. Birth control does not help you get your period. Your body decides when you will get your period.
No, it will just change the days your period is on.
You can start your birth control the Sunday after your period.
Yes, you can take birth control during your period. You should take your birth control as directed regardless of bleeding.
Yes, if you want to change it then doing so is easiest after your period week when you'r starting a new pill pack. So you can start over and change the time. I suggest calling your doctor if you have any questions about your birth control.
Somewhat. You can use birth control pills to have a more controlled & predictable period.It can.
You get a withdrawal period AFTER you go off birth control.
Yes but you dont get pregnant on your period even without birth control.
Yes, you can put on the birth control patch during your period.
Chech with your doctor you may need to change the type of birth controtl you are using.
No. Birth control will prevent pregnancy.
No, it is perfectly fine to not have a period while on birth control. Your physician would tell you the same.
Everyone starts getting their period after birth control eventually.
No, stress will not cause a "period" on birth control.
Hormonal birth control changes your period while you're on it, and shortly after you stop, but the changes do not normally last. The exception is Depo Provera, after which it can take one to eighteen months (average 11) for your period to return to its previous pattern.
Which birth control plays a major part of this answer.