Birth Control Pill

Is it okay if you started your pills before you started your period you were supposed to take them when you started does it make you miss your period that month and is it still effective?


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2012-08-02 03:10:27
2012-08-02 03:10:27

It's fine. Use a backup method of Birth Control for the first seven days.

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