You take the placebos as scheduled, not depending on when you do or don't have menstrual bleeding. You don't have to wait until your period comes to start the pill either. Please call your health care provider or pharmacist to review the instructions for using the Birth Control pill; it sounds like you didn't quite get the whole message when they were prescribed.
If you're on birth control pills you don't get a period full-stop - you no longer have a menstrual cycle - you get a withdrawal bleed during your placebo week. You can have irregular bleeding for the first three months on an new birth control, but if this is outside that time period see your doctor.
Birth control usually helps if one uses it right.
If you just started taking birth control your periods are going to be irregular for the first few months. But it is possible to still get pregnant on the pill.
When you stop taking birth control you can now become pregnant. If you had an irregular period before birth control pills, your period will go back to irregular periods. Heavier and longer periods may occur as well. You may also experience withdrawal bleeding which your body's way of ridding the birth control hormones.
Birth control pills will help regulate the menstrual cycle.
No. Actually when starting birth control it can cause your periods to be irregular at first.
No. If you get periods, you can get pregnant.
Irregular periods are very common for women under 20. As you get older it should balance out. People say birth control helps..But i'm not positive.
There isn't anything that you can do to stop the side effects of stopping birth control pills.After stopping birth control you may most likely experience spotting or breakthrough bleeding. This is simply your body ridding the hormones out of your body. If you had irregular periods before starting the pill, you will have irregular periods again after stopping birth control.
Don´t worry. Women have irregular periods all the time. Even women with regular periods get irregular periods from time to time.
all birth control methods apart fom condoms can cause irregular break through bleeding. it is normal
This can happen when you have taken the morning after pill or birth control pills and it can also happen when under stress or in the case of irregular periods.
Birth control is actually sometimes used to correct irregular periods, so no it usually will not effect the regularity of your period.
By taking a test. If you are not trying to get pregnant the birth control pill can help you getting regular.
After you stop the birth control pill, your cycles will return to their natural pattern within a couple of months. If your periods were irregular before you went on the pill, they're likely to be irregular after.
Your first period after stopping birth control pills will normally arrive in 4-6 weeks. If your periods were irregular before you went on the pill, they're likely to return quickly to their previous irregular pattern.
I think what you're referring to is the birth control pill. Doctors sometimes prescribe the birth control pill to women who have irregular periods in order to help get their periods regular. There is no specific pill out there strictly for periods, unless you are thinking of Midol which is used to combat PMS symptoms like cramps.
Well for myself I prefer the implant. I have the one that is put in my arm. The only con is the periods are real irregular.
Hormonal birth control is a great option for women females wanting to control irregular, heavy, or otherwise troublesome periods. Whether it's the best option for you depends on your health history. Talk with your health care provider for information specific to your situation.
You just have an irregular period, no worries....possibly consider a prescription for birth control, i was prescribed to it for this very reason when i was 14.
Women can take the birth control pills continuously without a break to skip the periods.
No, when going off birth control your body takes a little bit to get used to it and it is very normal to have irregular periods for awhile.
Your OBGYN can't tell whether or not you're taking your birth control pill. Frequent complaints of irregular bleeding and missed periods raise suspicion of missed pills.
Skipping placebo pills will not end your period. While some women do use regular birth control to only have 4 periods a year, it takes several months for this effect to work. If anything, your period will be lighter but longer. Be sure to always consult your physician before modifying your birth control routine.