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.
If you use NuvaRing correctly, you are protected when bleeding and when not bleeding. If you have the NuvaRing in for the previous three week, you are protected during the ring-free week as well.
If you took the birth control pill correctly and consistently during the prior weeks, you're still protected during the pill free week. If you made an error, you may be at risk for pregnancy even while having withdrawal bleeding.
If you use it correctly for at least one week, the birth control patch is effective even if you're bleeding. You still have protection during the patch-free week if you used the patch correctly in the previous weeks.
No,provided you have taken it properly you are protected all the time.
Yes, you can put on the birth control patch during your period.
Yes, you can take birth control during your period. You should take your birth control as directed regardless of bleeding.
If you took your birth control correctly and didn't have withdrawal bleeding during the pill-free week, there is probably no need for concern. Hormonal birth control can lighten the amount of flow to the point that there is no bleeding. If you did not take your birth control correctly, or are experiencing symptoms of pregnancy, take a test to make sure.
If you took the pills correctly in the prior month, you are still protected during the 7-day "off week" from the pills, and Plan B isn't warranted.
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Hi, If you've been on birth control for over a month then you will be protected against pregnancy during this time but if your period doesn't arrive then perform a pregnancy test.
If you wear the birth control patch during your period, you may have a lighter or absent or shorter period. Be sure to start the next patch as scheduled.
Based on your dates, you may be pregnant.
Because you had protected sex there is no chance of pregnancy. Stress delayed your period.
Your period will arrive early if you miss pills but doing this is risky as you wont be protected against pregnancy.
yes. your cycle is also off Yes. Once you stop birth control, you are no longer protected. Go to a doctor.
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.
Your vaginal bleeding doesn't matter. You are not protected against pregnancy if the Nuva Ring was out for more than seven days. If you used it correctly during the previous three weeks, you have the same protection against pregnancy during the seven days the ring is out.
If you've used Nuva Ring correctly during the previous three weeks, you have the same level of protection during your ring-free week.
If you take the BCP everyday as directed you are 99.5% protected from pregnancy.
okay well if the green pills are the ones you take during your period then no, you see the ones you take during your period are empty.
I wouldn't. If it is expired it will not work correctly and could be very bad on your stomach.
wait til the Sunday during or after your period
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Yes you can, you are always protected as long as you are using the ring 100% correctly and on time.