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If you started your period for the first time ever on a Thursday and you took your first pill ever that Sunday while you were on your period is that bad?

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2011-09-12 22:19:09
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No it isn't bad but you should take the pill the day your period starts. Because you took it during the middle of your period you'll probably be around 3-4 days late for your next period and your start date may of changed.

AnswerYOu should also use condoms or similar additional Birth Control for the first week if you do not start on the first day of your period.

In later months you willnot need to do this as long as you have not missed any pills.

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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.


Check the package for specific information, but generally the pill should be started on the first Sunday after you START your period.


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You start your new pack of pills when you finish your old pack. Lets say you had you last pill on a Wednesday, you then start your new pill on Thursday. If its your first pack you have ever taken then you either start your first pill on the day you start your period or on the Sunday during your period. At first you period will not go with the pill correctly; it my take a month or two for your period to adjust.


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!!!


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You would start the pack the Sunday after the first day of your period. Even if you are bleeding still that Sunday, take it.


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