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2015-07-15 19:39:16
2015-07-15 19:39:16

Taking oral contraceptives helps keep you regular so your periods are on time every month. I can't say it helps you ovulate because you don't ovulate while on the pill. If you miss a pill during the time you would have normally ovulated without the pill, take it as soon as you remember and use another form of birth cotrol as a backup.

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2014-12-21 02:03:38
2014-12-21 02:03:38

No, the combination pill doesn't work like that.


The combination pill suppresses your entire menstrual cycles to stop ovulation, if you skip a pill around the time you think you should have ovulated you won't ovulate, it simply doesn't work like that - if anything this will cause even greater irregularity. If you have abnormal cycles there is a reason for that so see your doctor to investigate what is wrong and look into treatment options.


Hormonal birth control does NOT regulate periods - this is a myth.

Hormonal Birth Control suppresses menstrual cycles in order to stop ovulation, as you no longer ovulate you also no longer menstruate - the bleeding women experience is a withdrawal bleed caused by the drop in synthetic hormones when going from active to inactive pills. If a woman has irregular cycles that should be investigated and treated, not covered-up with the pill at risk to health.



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No, a woman is not supposed to ovulate while pregnant



During your menstrual cycle there is a period known as safe which is when you don't ovulate. The opposite is the period when you do ovulate which is unsafe if you want to avoid pregnancy. Some couples rely ion this as a contraceptive but it's very unsafe since women don't always ovulate at the same days each month.


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