You will lose protection if you start the new pack a day late. If you do that, you must use a back up method for the first seven days of that new pack. A better way to switch from a Saturday to a Sunday start is to take the first placebo pill in the pack as scheduled on Saturday, then start your new pack the next day. Doing so will not affect protection. Just remember that if you're starting the new pack on Sunday, then you may not have access to your health care provider or pharmacy on your start day; if you run out of pills, you may not be able to reach anyone at the office until Monday, and will lose protection.
Usually pills are started on the first SUNDAY after your period.
Yes you can start birth control while on your period. Usually your doctor will tell you to start on a Sunday so it's easier to remember when you first started your pack.If you get your period on the Sunday you start you still start on birth control.
usually you will start the pill the Sunday after your period begins. this will regulate your period so you will get it about the same time each month
The doctors usually say to start the pill the Sunday after your last period.
Sunday after your period
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 can start your birth control the Sunday after your period.
Yes, you can start on Saturday instead.
wait til the Sunday during or after your period
A workday is a day on which work is normally performed usually not Sunday or Saturday. It is also part of the 24-hour period in which work is normally performed usually eight hours from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
If you have your heart set on starting the pill on Sunday, then start on the first Sunday after you start your period. If your period starts on Sunday, start the pill on Sunday.Traditionally, women in the US started the birth control pill on Sunday. This has an obvious disadvantage - your health care provider's office is closed on Sunday, and many women start their pill late when they notice too late that they're out of pills. Do yourself a favor and consider starting on a weekday, as they do in most other countries.
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.
If you plan to be a "Sunday starter" then the general rule would be that you should start your pack the Sunday after your period, or on the same day your period starts if your period starts on Sunday. For example, if you get your period on Friday you should still take the pill starting on Sunday, even if you still have your period. However, if you got your period on a Sunday you should start your pack that day. However, starting the birth control pill in the first five days of menstrual bleeding gives you immediate protection. Starting on Sunday has disadvantages. Traditionally, women in the US started the birth control pill on Sunday. This has an obvious disadvantage - your health care provider's office is closed on Sunday, and many women start their pill late when they notice too late that they're out of pills. Do yourself a favor and consider starting on a weekday, as they do in most other countries.
The weekend is the end of the seven-day period which includes Friday and Saturday but may also include Sunday. The weekend is usually synonymous with a period of leisure at the end of the workweek in which people may indulge in rest or recreation or attend religious services.
Depends. If you just got your birth control and you have never had it before.. What you do is take it the Sunday after your period. For example. You started on a Monday. You ended on a Thursday. You take your birth control that Sunday. If you have taken birth control before.. Yes, you take it. Whether you are on or off.
it depends on what kind of birth control you are on. talk to your doctor. some you start the day you start your period some there is a set day to start the pack
When you take BC pills you should have a 7 day break - after this break you start the new pack of pills.
Birth control usually does the trick to regulate your period.
It wasn't on a Saturday in that period. It was on a Friday in 1999 and as 2000 was a leap year, Saturday was skipped over and the 8th of October in 2000 was on a Sunday. It was a Saturday in 1994 and 2005, which is an 11 year gap and which often occurs with dates due to leap year causing the skipping of days.
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?
Take your first pill the Sunday after you get your period, even if you are still bleeding on that Sunday. You don't necessarily have be a Sunday starter, I just find it easier.
oh my god no! usually it comes early. That's not true. Some people starts late. With me I began taking the sugar pills on Sunday and my period don't come until Friday. Happens every month.
Yes. When you stop the hormone after week 3, your body will have a period again.
Well yeah. If you are on birth control, when you have your "period" or bleeding, you continue with the sugar pills until it is time for a new pack. But if you have not started using birth control yet you wait until the Sunday after your period and then take your first pill, this is called "the Sunday start"