Yes. Most people will see the withdrawal bleeding start between the second and fifth days of placebo pills.
It's perfectly fine. It just cuts it shorter, depending on how many placebo pills you have and when the next normal pill is after your placebo pills. I have 4 placebo pills in my pack and when I finish them I'm usually still on my period. After taking one normal pill the next day after finishing my placebo pills, my period starts to get lighter and lighter until its gone.
Yes. Taking the pills that way does not increase the risk of pregnancy.
Skipping the placebo pills does not work for everyone. Although this is a commonly used method there is a SMALL perecentage of women who find that doing this causes them to have a period which is longer than usual and experience more cramping.
Placebo pills do nothing to your body. Nothing at all.
You could start the hormones pills part way through the placebo pills to change the next month's cycle (say you would have your period on a Wednesday next month, instead of a Friday) but it would not affect the cycle you are currently on. When your uterine lining starts to shed, it sheds. For example, Yaz only has 4 placebo pills instead of 7, like some birth control brands. For many women on Yaz, they won't start their period until the last day of placebo pills. They will start their period on the last placebo and continue to have it through the first few days of the hormone pills.
You should still get a period each month while on birth control. You will usually start your period during the week that you take your placebo pills, because they have no hormones in them. If you skip the placebo pills and start your active pills instead, this will delay your period.
You're supposed to start your period after you start taking the placebo pills. To keep on a routine, you should take the placebo pills on their designated days (the last 7 days of the 28 day cycle).
You can, but it's not necessary.
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.
you will get your period when you start taking your "period" placebo pills in your pack
It doesn't matter. Just continue taking the pills as normal. You can prevent your period by missing out the placebo pills altogether and going straight on to the next pack so don't worry about it.
It may cause a delay until you reach the placebo pills.
It really depends on the person and how long you've been taking the pills for. Some people will start their period the day or the day after they start taking the placebo pills. Some will start within 3 or 4 days, and some will start the day before they are to resume the regular pills. If you just started taking the pills, your period may be very irregular for the first couple months (usually regulated by month 3). Just continue to take the pills on a normal basis and you should be regulated soon.
Hello. You can delay your period by one week by skipping the sugar/placebo pills and continue on taking the hormone pills.
It depends on your individual body chemistry.
Usually, your period while come during the placebo week of your pills. If you have not started your period even after the placebo week, you should take a pregnancy test.
If you're skipping some placebo pills, start the next pack at the very first pill.
Your period should not start unless you take a placebo pill. If youre already in menstration, it will eventually stop your period until you start placebo. To skip. Period, just skip the sugar pills which do not do anything, and start your next active pill.
That would mean stopping your pills a week early, no that is not a good idea, you could ovulate and get pregnant. You would be better off skipping the placebo pills and going straight to the new pack, the day you should start the placebo - so you don't have breakthrough bleeding that month. (skip your period completely that cycle.)
keep taking your active pills, your cycle will balance itself out after a few months of being on bc pills
yes you will bleed or have spotting cause it happened to me
Probably. It's hard to predict and varies from woman to woman.
Yes, but if you'd like to do so, it makes sense to plan early, as you may experience breakthrough bleeding when you first start to use them, or when you first start to skip placebo pills.
This is not normal but it does happen quite often. It's because your body is out of wack due to you skipping your period. See your Doctor if you're still bleeding on Monday.
Your period usually comes during the placebo pills week(sugar pills).