You probably need a different kind of pill. The one you are taking isn't the correct hormone dosage for you. Talk to your doctor and they will help you get the right one for your body. I'd say to use a back up method of Birth Control in the meantime, just to be safe.
No, it is perfectly fine to not have a period while on birth control. Your physician would tell you the same.
Yes it can result in stopping your period but don't worry as this is perfectly normal.
Hi, Your question is: Should my period start the first day after I am through the hormone pills in a birth control pack?Not necessarily no. Your period will arrive anytime during the 7 days when your on the placebo pills or not taking any pills.
When you take 28-day birth control, you get a fake period from the hormone levels in your body. Scientists have found this is fine for your body, and will not hurt you.
If you're on birth control and have missed any pills this can result in a early period. Alternatively pregnancy, irregular periods or hormone imbalance can also cause a early period.
A regulate tablet is taken by a woman whose period is not regular. Medications that help regulate your period include birth control pills and hormone therapy.
yes you can. birth control in any for is going to redirect your cycle to 28 days no matter what. but if you want you period to come 3 weeks from your regular period( when you are on birth control you will not have a period, it is called withdrawal bleeding. because you don't ovulate while on birth control. withdrawal from the hormone causes the bleeding.) so actually you can choose when you"period" comes. hope this helps!!!
Yes it will, at least it should. You're supposed to start your period when you get to the last week of them. But it's perfectly fine to delay your period, unless you do it for a long period of time.
Its perfectly normal. Put something warm in your tummy . Eat a banana and drink water
Birth control can make your period regular, but you won't be able to get pregnant while you are on it. If you are looking to regulate your period, talk to your doctor. There may be some sort of hormone or other prescription available to help.
No. It's not something that you can control.
Yea the pill will make u get your period
It should take about a month. Birth control pills are hormones; they make sure a specific amount of the proper hormone is in your blood each day. When your hormonal cycle has gone through a cycle, your period occurs.
Nothing, this is a perfectly normal withdrawal bleed from missing your pills.
Not necessarily. Your period depends on your hormone levels. Some medicines such as birth controls can alter your hormone levels to make your period lighter.
no. usually this occurrs when you are stressed out about something that is bothering you, it can cause your body to hold off on your period. most girls just have an irregular period. birth control can help keep your period on track.
No. It doesn't work like that. The reason you are supposed to start taking birth control on the first day of your period is because that means you are definitely not pregnant when you start. It does mean that for the first cycle you get your next period a week early. If you start the pill mid cycle then you'll get your period when you stop taking it for the 4th week. It is possible, and perfectly safe, to take 2 packs back to back so you miss a period. In fact the birth control methods that involve long term hormone release like the injection, implants and definitely the Minerva IUD can mean you don't have a period at all. It's heaven!
Just a hormone imbalance. The simplest thing can throw your period out of whack. You can wait it out and see if things go regular again but if it keeps happening and you want it to stop the only thing a doctor will usually prescribe is hormone therapy (a low dose birth control pill).
If you're taking hormone pills, you won't get your period. You need to stop taking them or take a placebo pill to actually get your period. If tou have stopped / are taking a placebo pill and your period is still more than a week late, there might be something wrong with the overall balance of hormones in your body. See a doctor. They can help you fix whatever problem there might be and help you to get a new prescription for hormone pills that will work better with and for your body.
its just a natural side effect of birth control, spotting can happen when the hormone levels in your body are changing and it might continue, or it could stop.
No, aspirin is a blood thinner and won't effect a menstrual cycle. Only hormone pills such as birth control can stop a menstrual cycle.
You may be pregnant, or if you're younger and not sexually active, you may just have a simple hormone imbalance. my periods are often irregular and its perfectly normal. If you think you might be pregnant, take a test or see a doctor, or if you know you aren't pregnant, there's no need to worry. and you can always see your doctor for hormone treatments to get your period on track.
It means you need to visit your gynaecologist, could be either you are having some hormone imbalance or something else.
Usually, skipping a period while on HORMONE birth control happens when someone is sexually active and/or missed a dose. Sometimes, though, hormonal birth control can cause an imbalance and cause a person to skip a period. Get a pregnancy test. If, on the other hand, you were talking about barrier methods, such as condoms or diaphrams, and you skip a period you should get a pregnancy test. Either way, take a pregnancy test.