Birth control is the most effective when you've been on it for 4 weeks and finished your first period. My doctor says 3 months.
I don't know how long it will take you because every women is different and it depends on how long you were on birth control, but if it seems like it is taking a long time you should test. Birth control pills are 98-99% effective and that is only when you take them everyday at around the same time. If you miss days, they become less effective. I was on birth control pills and took them everyday at the same time and got pregnnt.
No birth control is 100% effective. It is highly unlikely to get pregnant as long as you are on birth control, but something with a success rate of 99.99% still means that 1 out of every 10000 people will get pregnant on it.
Birth control pills can never be considered 100% effective, im 12 and i no that
It takes a month for birth control to become effective and for your body to adjust to it.
As long as you have not skipped any pills and start the new packet on time, yes the pill is effective every day during and after your period.
Not usually. They make then lighter and not as long.
When you take birth control pills, you will have your period arriving during the 7 days break. During this time your period may last between 2-7 days.
It is effective immediately. The ring works just like the birth control pills. Except instead of taking non-active pills that week you take out the nuvaring for a week.
As long as you aren't nursing anymore, you can start whenever, here's the catch. If you start your birth control right after your period it is effective almost immediately (check with the brand of pill you are using) because ovulation hasn't occured yet, if you start the pill any other time it is not considered effective until after your next period as ovulation may have already occured thus you could become pregnant, again.
Yes, you can chew or dissolve the birth control pill as long as you are certain you swallowed all of the pieces.
You can get the first Depo Provera shot when you are on the birth control. It will become effective immediately, and you'll be able to stop the birth control pill at that time.
Depending on the birth control you were taking, and the dosage, it can take between a couple of weeks or up to three months.
As long as you have not missed any of the pills during the first three weeks in the pack, you are still protected during your period.
three days maximum
In the next ten days.
3 months on average
Get checked for anemia or get put on birth control
You will experience a withdrawal bleed first and your period will arrive 4+weeks after this.
The copper IUD (brand name Paragard in the US) is a long-term, highly effective birth control method that does not change the timing of menstrual periods.
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.
Birth control pills are considered very reliable. As long as you take them on time there is very little chance of you becoming pregnant.
4 weeks is the minimum 7 at max
You can take your birth control at any time that is convenient for you, as long as you take your birth control every day at the same time.
Hi, Yes birth control will cause your period to stop within 48 hours.