Yes. If it is the pill that you are taking, you will still get your period. It is only contraceptives such as the shot or implant that stop your period.
Usually after day 28. But break through bleeding is normal in the first 3 months.
The first day of your period will start once you stop taking the active pills.
Actually, it is normal for the body to begin menstruation again right after weaning.
The first pill is taken on the first day of your period.
My OBGYN told me that it should begin 3-14 days after you stop taking it.
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If the spotting is brown blood then this is simply left over blood from your period.
This is normal. The pill will not begin working until you have been on it for 4 weeks. After this time you can have unprotected intercourse.
Yes it is normal to cramp 2 days before. I cramp 2 days before mine. So yes it is normal.
If you are taking a birth control pill with active and inactive pills, you should begin having your period while you are taking the inactive pills - usually 2-3 days into them. If you are taking seasonale, you will have 4 periods per year.
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It will probably finish its course.
Ask for a pill with more estrogen.
yes it does mean that your period will come soon...well i told my doctor that i always have discharge but then it gets really heavy right before my period and she told me that was normal and that when you get discharge it does mean that your period is on its way
It's variable. No single answer. It can be a couple of weeks after finishing the last provera tablet.
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not a period but its called spotting it happens at the beginning of your period
Your period should come monthly.
That is the normal standard for starting the time period. It may be tolled based on other factors.
Wait until you have had your period, and then begin taking the new pack the Sunday after your period is done. Good luck!
The day when a pay period will end and begin will depend on the employer. Most pay periods end on Thursday and begin on Friday.
Even though some women can ovulate slower or faster than others, the normal count between periods is to count 28 days from the day you BEGIN a period.