you take the pill for 21 days and then stop taking it for 7 days. and in them 7 days you shall have your period. however, this is not a true period. then you repaet the process
The next Sunday. __________________________ With Sunday start, you're supposed to start on the Sunday of getting your period, or the following Sunday. For example: You start your period on Sunday : START YOUR BC. You start your period Wednesday... WAIT TIL SUNDAY TO START. **make sure to read the inserts that come with your birth control, or go to the manufacturers website, the information is there for a reason!
You start taking the pill at the end of your period, and then, yes you will not have a period again until the break in the pill.
If you want to suppress just the one period you can get specific pills from the doctor, but if you need contraception as well you can start birth control. However you will not be protected from pregnancy for about 3 weeks.
Your period would probably not come until your 3rd or 4th sugar pill. If you started taking the pills on the Sunday before your period did that period come?
It may cause a delay until you reach the placebo pills.
no it makes your period come earlier.
No, taking a bath in salt doesn'tmake your period come faster. Your period starts exactly when it is due in relation to your menstrual cycle, you cannot speed-up your menstrual cycle or skip phases of your menstrual cycle to get your period to start sooner than it's due. Having a bath can help induce your period if it is late due to heat and relaxation, but not sooner.
Yes, if these green pills represent the placebo/sugar pills, then your period will start during the time you are taking the green pills. If you do not get a period during this week, you should consult with your physician. You may need to take a pregnancy test.
Your period will come naturally. Birth control does not help you get your period. Your body decides when you will get your period.
If this is your first day taking the pill, you should start the pack on the first day of your period. If you are already taking the pill, take one every day, even when you have your period. Follow the instructions that come with the pack.
Yes you're period will come eventually.
When you are just starting your period, it is normal for it to be irregular, but soon it will start to come every month. When you are just starting your period, it is normal for it to be irregular, but soon it will start to come every month.
You won't have a period as long as you're taking the pill, but as soon as you come off it you'll have a period. You shouldn't take the pill for more than 21 consecutive days before giving yourself a 7 day break from it due to build-up of hormones.
there is no way to really shorten your period but you can regulate it by taking birth control and taking it doesnt meen you have to have sex just that it makes it come on time
When did you start taking birth control and when was your period supposed to come? I know that many doctors recommend that you take birth control pills for about a month before you have unprotected sex. If you're still unsure, I would recommend taking an at-home pregnancy test - some of them can detect pregnancy very early (like as soon as you miss your period, I think).
Start with a pregnancy test.
Because most of the time it will come late or it wont come or if it do it will only be spotting but you wont come on your period as usual while on the pill.!
nothing! lol your period will come in 28 days. whenever you start the birth control.
You can't make your period come on early, your period will only start when it is due to start. You cannot speed-up your menstrual cycle or skip phases of your menstrual cycle to cause menstruation to start earlier, it just doesn't work like that.
Yes, as soon as you stop that close to the final 28 days of pills your period will start. You can manipulate your pills that way. When I was on them I would do that. It seems like you are forgetting your pills. To avoid doing that start taking them the same time every day.
You really need to read the instructions that come with your particular pills, but as far as I am aware you need to start taking themn at the beginning of your cycle or you are not protected for the first month.
Hi, You should continue taking your pills as normal and as they were prescribed to be taken by your doctor.
The cramp in your stomach is basically an alarm that your period will come up.
You only start taking the pills on the first day of your period when you are starting out. From then on you just take one pill per day and your period will come when it needs to. I always started my first "sugar pill" on Thursday morning and didn't see my period until Saturday some time. As long as you are taking one pill per day you will not need to take addition protection. Extra protection is only needed if you miss a pill.