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Does starting birth control in the middle of your cycle delay your period?


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2008-08-20 16:11:22
2008-08-20 16:11:22

No. starting Birth Control in the middle of your cycle does NOT delay your period. I started it in the middle of mine and i was fine. it ended on the EXACT day that it was supposed to.

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Starting a hormonal birth control pill in the middle of your cycle is likely to delay the next period.

Yes, If you are just beginning birth control or starting a new birth control it can cause a period to be early or a little late

Hi, You can stop your period from arriving by continuing to take the active birth control pills.

Starting hormonal birth control may cause an immediate effect on your period. Over time, the birth control pill lightens menstrual bleeding.

Starting the pill before your period may delay your period, but you may also have breakthrough bleeding during the first three cycles. If starting the pill before your period, use a back up birth control method for the first seven days.

Answering "If im starting to take your new birth control pills and your period comes on the 14 but you started taken them on the 12 will that stop your period?"

Some women will have unscheduled and unexpected bleeding when starting the birth control pill.

Starting the birth control pill will not cause an earlier period. It will delay your period. Talk to your health care provider or pharmacist to clarify what you should do next.

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.

Yes, if you start the birth control pill for the first time before your period, your period will come later. It usually comes during the last week of the cycle.

Yes it can result in stopping your period but don't worry as this is perfectly normal.

No, it will just change the days your period is on.

Birth control affects people differently. Your body does not get used to the pill right away, so you could still have you period that week. It can take a few months for your body to fully get used to birth control.

Your period will come naturally. Birth control does not help you get your period. Your body decides when you will get your period.

After stopping birth control, your period is likely to return to its previous pattern. If you were irregular prior to starting the pill, you're likely to be irregular after you stop.

yes, you can, especially after 3 or 4 months on the pill

Yes, it can make your period late. You should expect it according to the type of birth control you're using. If you're not sure when, call the prescriber to ask for information specific to your situation.

You can start your birth control the Sunday after your period.

You will begin your period the next month as usual, except more on target. you are supposed to start the birth control the first Sunday after you get your period, so you are doing it right.

It depends on the type of birth control. Sometimes after starting it, it could be longer than normal, and sometimes it will disappear the first month. Sometimes it will be normal, and sometimes is will be shorter.

Yes, you can take birth control during your period. You should take your birth control as directed regardless of bleeding.

There is no natural way to shorten the length of your period. If you are taking the 21-day birth control pill, starting a new pack early may shorten your period slightly. However, doing this may affect the efficiency of your birth control.

Not necessarily. Your body may stop bleeding but if you are just starting to use birth control you may experience some spotting anyways. Using birth control just to stop a period is not reccommended.

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