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2007-08-07 03:40:05

Most people on the shot don't usually have a period

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Yes; if you start birth control on the first day of your period, you'll have immediate protection.


Not exactly.. your period can occur as late as the 4th sugar pill



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.



Hello. You will get your period after the 21 days. There is a 7 day break in the pills - this is when you will get your period. Or no later than a week after the 7day break. It will be around 4 weeks exactly after you started taking BCP.


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


It depends on the directions that your doctor has given you and yes you should follow them exactly as your doctor knows what is best for your body....although you can either start your pills on the first day of your period or there is a Sunday start where you take the first pill in the pack on the first Sunday after you start your period hope this helps, Good Luck and God Bless!!!


Usually pills are started on the first SUNDAY after your period.


Keep taking the birth control pill as scheduled. Take a pregnancy test. If you miss your next period, call your health care provider for advice.


The first pill is taken on the first day of your period.


There is no way to know when you will start your period when you first start taking Triphasal birth control. You just have to wait and see how your body reacts.


No, it is not possible. The person's first Christmas would have to be the person's day of birth.


Yes, sometmes when you start birth control you will have break through bleeding and it can tie in with your period since you started the pill during your period.


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.


I'm having the same problem, just started taking YAZ and no period yet?


The vaginal hole is open from the time of birth. That does not change at the time of your first period.


Yes you can start birth control while on your period. Usually your doctor will tell you to start on a Sunday so it's easier to remember when you first started your pack.If you get your period on the Sunday you start you still start on birth control.


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.


It's very unlikely that you'd have a normal period the first month off birth control (I'm assuming by 'birth control' what you actually mean is the combination pill - please don't use these terms interchangeably, there are many forms of birth control!). Your first 'period' will be your withdrawal bleed as normal, but after that it may take a few months to get a real period again. It can also take up to 12 months for your cycles to regulate again once you stop using hormonal birth control.


The first episode of bleeding after you stop hormonal birth control is a withdrawal bleed; the next will probably be your period, 4-6 weeks after you stop birth control.


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.


The first weeks of life after birth constitute the newborn period.


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