How can you stop your period if you're going on holiday in a week and you're not on the pill?
well, the doctor can prescribe something to stop your period from coming, it a drug with hormones in it - which can have some pretty bad side effects from personal experience.
This has happened to me, im on the pill and thought i'd missed a period cause i was on my 4th sugar pill on my pill free week, but i then came on on my 5th sugar pill.The contraceptive pill can mess with your period massively.Im currently waiting for my period and im on my 3rd sugar pill so dont worry yet!Are you getting period pains at all? cause i do and it lets me…
If I just got off the pill and got my first period but now my second period is late and I have symptoms like sore breasts and mood swings and I haven't had sex what is going on?
A few things could be going on. If you were sexualy active just after going off the pill, then you could be pregnant and the first period was not a period. If you had contact of any sort or you were taken advantage of after the period, you could be pregnant. The symptoms listed could be the result of going off the pill. Do an EPT and/or see your doctor about a blood screen.
Can you get pregnant 6 days after my period while being on birth control but the night before didn't take my pill till midnight?
If you are not on the pill but going away and do not want to come on your period. Will your period be delayed if you start to take the pill before you are due on?
No, starting the Pill will not immediately cause a delay in your period and starting the Pill late in your cycle can cause breakthrough bleeding that can last for days or weeks. The pill will start delaying periods after taken for a full cycle, depending on the hormones and your reaction sometimes it takes a couple cycles.
Yes, there are various pills that are available. You should speak to your pharmacist, or preferably, your doctor, and they will recomend something for you to delay it. However, if you are on the Pill,by skipping the placebo pills and going straight to the next pack, you will avoid your period for that cycle.
If you just started taking the pill and you get your period will you still get it again when youre at the sugar pills?
The best way to delay your period is with Norethisterone from your doctor. Norethisterone is essentially a progesterone pill, you take it three times per day starting from three days before your period in order to prevent the progesterone drop that would trigger the uterine lining to break down. You continue to take these pills over your holiday and once you stop taking the pills your period should start within around 24 hours. You don't…
Hi, When you stop the pill it does effect your menstrual cycle and it may be irregular for the next 3 months. If your period doesn't arrive in 7 days perform a pregnancy test. If your period changes from the date it used to arrive on before you started the pill, then this can change your ovulation date but its difficult to say.
If by "pill" you mean hormonal birth control pill, then bare in mind that on the pill you do not menstruate at all - the women get during the placebo week of their pills is withdrawal bleed caused by the drop in hormones when going from active to inactive pills, this mimics menstruation but is in no way the same thing. If you forget to take a pill it is like going onto your inactive…
Yes, because a lot of times when you miss a pill, even by a few hours, you could start your period. It's nothing to worry about. You went off the pill, so your body is going to react the same as if you had missed a pill. But if you feel like something is really wrong, or different, then contact your doctor.
Yes, the birth control pill will mess with your period in that it stops periods. The pill works by suppressing the menstrual cycle so that you do not ovulate, thus in turn you do not menstruate - the bleeding experienced on the pill is a withdrawal bleed caused by the drop in synthetic hormones when going from active to inactive pills or the week break.
There's a pill the doctor can give you called Utovlan which delays your period. You start taking it 3 days before your period is due and continue taking it through your holiday, taking is 3 times a day. You stop taking it when you get back from your holiday and then your period comes. Answer I don't think that is true. Some women who are taking birth control pills and know they will be on…
What should i do i went on holiday for a week and didn't have my pill should i wait for my next period to start taking pill again.?
Wait a few months after going off the pill to see if your periods are still regular. If you don't have a period for 2-3 months and aren't pregnant, see your OB or reproductive endocrinologist to be tested for PCOS. Often times the pill can mask the symptoms of PCOS and you won't know you have it until after you go off the pill.
You started the pill the 1st day of your period and you didnt like it so you stopped after 4 days your regular period is 5 days but now its the 6th day and you still have your period what is going on?
Today i will be starting the pill and i need to miss my period for June as i am going on holiday.The doc said that i skip the inactive pills and start the second pack. Any chance of getting my period?
as long as you skip the inactive pills and do not miss any of the second pack you should be ok. i have done it before and had no problem, but remember you are delaying your period so it will be eager to start again so do remember to take them and dont forget any. also its advised that you only occaisionally skip your period but yeah for your holiday you should be ok.
Hey im Huni girl and im on the pill as well.When your on the pill it stops your period for that amount of time and when you dont take the pill your discharge returns after a period of time.Taking this pill is like choosing when you want to have your period =]. Your fine but make sure you stop taking the pill for about 2weeks so you can let your period out.Because if you dont…
If you're taking the combination pill then you don't get a period at all - the pill works to stop your menstrual cycle so you don't ovulate, thus you don't menstruate. The bleeding women get on the pill is a withdrawal bleed caused by the drop in synthetic hormones when going from active to inactive pills or the week break, thus if you miss a pill the drop in synthetic hormones may trigger that withdrawal…