How late can your period be if your on the birth control pill?
about three days into your 'white' section of your pills is still normal
The birth control pill can make your period lighter. "A day late" is within the norm for women on or off the pill. If you're expecting that the pill will make your period always come on a Tuesday, four weeks apart, you are likely to be disappointed. For some women the pill makes the period this predictable, but they are the exception.
If you take the morning after pill and contiue to take the birth control pill is the birth control still effective for the rest of the month?
If you had missed a pill or been late with a pill, causing you to take the morning after pill, then you should use a back up method of birth control for the next seven days. If you didn't forget a pill or take a pill late, then I'm not sure why you took the morning after pill, but the birth control pill will still be effective even though you took the morning after pill…
If you have your heart set on starting the pill on Sunday, then start on the first Sunday after you start your period. If your period starts on Sunday, start the pill on Sunday. Traditionally, women in the US started the birth control pill on Sunday. This has an obvious disadvantage - your health care provider's office is closed on Sunday, and many women start their pill late when they notice too late that they're…
When do you get your period after changing from Depo-Provera to the birth control pill and stopping the pill?
It can take anywhere from days to 18 months for your period to return after stopping Depo Provera. Taking the birth control pill doesn't change that timing -- the birth control pill doesn't "jump start" or "regulate" your period after stopping Depo Provera. Remember that you can get pregnant before your period restarts, so if you don't want to conceive right now, get on an effective method of birth control.
Could you be pregnant if you had an early light period then the next month had a late normal period and now have sore breasts with a negative pregnancy test and you are on birth control?
Hi, No you are not pregnant hun. Your period was like this because Birth Control Pill is adjusting to your body. This can cause light and late periods. If your period is late again next month and doesn't arrive during the 7 day break when your taking the non-active pills, then see your doctor and change your Birth Control.
You should continue to take your birth control pill as usual. There are a lot of factors that can cause a menstrual cycle to come on early or late, including stress, regardless of where you are in your pill pack. Your birth control has not been compromised because you got your period unexpectedly, but you should continue to take your pills as directed. Where the hell did you get my period from?
If you start the birth control pill on schedule, no later than the day on which you would have started the next cycle of the birth control patch, you are protected during the switch. If you were late in starting the pill, you may not have protection until you've taken the pill correctly for seven days.
If you're late starting the next birth control pill pack do you have to wait for your next period before restarting the pill?
You can start the birth control pill at any time in your cycle. If you are set on starting on a Sunday, then you'll need to use a back up method of birth control for a week, unless it's been five days or fewer since you started your period. Traditionally, women in the US started the birth control pill on Sunday. This has an obvious disadvantage - your health care provider's office is closed on…
While the birth control pill tends to make your period more regular, it can also cause a missed or late period. If you haven't missed any pills, there's no special need to worry about pregnancy. If you've missed pills, or if it's your second missed period in a row, take a pregnancy test and contact your health care provider.
If starting to take the birth control pill the first day of your period will you still get your period that week?
Your period can be late for various reasons. Stress is a main one. Sometimes when you are on the pill you will not have a period. Typically when you are on birth control pills your cycles are regular. If you have taken your pills correctly and have not missed one or have not been on any medication that can affect the efficacy of them you are probably not pregnant. Take a pregnancy test if you…