Birth Control will slow down and make your period a lot lighter or it may stop it completely. It depends on how quickly your system absorbs the pill.
You are probably just having the cramps because your body isn't used to not having your period, although I don't see why you aren't having your period if you are on birth control. You should ask that!
Take birth control pills.
depends on your birth control, typically 1%
Nope!!!! If you mean having sex while she is not on birth control pills. she WILL get pregnet. If she is having her period and she is not on pills and you have sex with her, she is gonna get pregnet.
If you are not having sex/unprotected sex, you can start your birth control whenever you want.
i dont think so!
If she uses a continuous type of birth control.
if your not having your period you probably are pregnant already
Yes, you may get pregnant a couple of weeks before your next period arrives. But if you aren't on hormonal birth control and haven't had a period in four months, it makes sense to contact your health care provider for an exam and advice. While not having a period while using hormonal birth control is not dangerous, there can be risks from not having a period when you're not taking hormones.
can someone please help me out on this question....
too soon for your husband
Changing birth control pills doesn't increase your risk of pregnancy if you started the new pack on time. It is possible to get pregnant even while using the birth control pill correctly, however, so take a pregnancy test if you're having symptoms of pregnancy.
Your period will come naturally. Birth control does not help you get your period. Your body decides when you will get your period.
No, but the delay until they become effective is different depending on when you start them. The norm today is starting immediately, and using a second method of birth control (for example, condoms or abstaining from vaginal sex) for a week.
Yes, it's possible to avoid having a period while taking hormonal birth control methods, and then it resumes when you stop. Talk with your health care provider about options.
First, there is no such medical concept as "virginity." Second, yes, you can get birth control before or after you start having sex.
Chech with your doctor you may need to change the type of birth controtl you are using.
Chances are if you are on birth control and think that you may be pregnant that you have either missed a period or are having symptoms. If you have missed a period you can take a test at anytime now. If you are having symptoms you can take a test, or wait for your period to be late to see what happens. ~pawsalmighty
It would seem that presents no problem, since I had mine immediately following the birth of my second child. Day after the birth they did it, and you are certainly having a period then.
You can start your birth control the Sunday after your period.
Yes you should be on birth control if you are having sex. You can get pregnant before, after and during your period!!!! If you aren't on the pill, be safe, use a condom!!!
usually not; if you are having sex use a birth control method unless you want children!
Yes, you can take birth control during your period. You should take your birth control as directed regardless of bleeding.
After 7 pills in 7 days, most birth control pills are fully active.
A woman can get her period twice a month for multiple reasons such as missing her birth control or having an irregular period cycle.