On the pill you don't get a period as such...
Hormonal Birth Control works by suppressing your menstrual cycle so that you no longer ovulate, and thus you no longer menstruate either. The bleeding you get on the pill is a withdrawal bleed caused by the drop in synthetic hormones when going from active to inactive pills. If you're new to the pill or a particular brand of pill then it is normal to experience irregular bleeding while your body adjusts to the pill. If you're seeing unusual bleeding (such as a late withdrawal bleed) after three months or more on the pill then talk to your doctor as you may need to change brand.
Your period will come naturally. Birth control does not help you get your period. Your body decides when you will get your period.
If you conceived on birth control you would not get your period or would receive a very unusual period for you. If you suspect pregnancy, perform a pregnancy test.
Yes, taking three birth control pills or taking the morning after pill can cause a missed period.
Hormonal birth control changes your menstrual bleeding. It's not unusual to have brown spotting instead of a regular period when you're on birth control.
Continue taking your birth control pills as scheduled.
Most women will have their period within a week or two of stopping birth control pills, and may be fertile from the first day they stop taking it. If you have stopped taking birth control and have not had your regular period as expected, you need a pregnancy test to be sure whether you are pregnant or not.
You should continue taking the birth control pill daily as scheduled regardless of bleeding.
If you get your period while on birth control, you should continue using your birth control as scheduled. Bleeding does not change the schedule for taking your pill or changing your patch or ring.
Yes, it is possible for your period to be late or stop completely from any hormonal birth control.
It matters what birth control....Depo you can miss a period. And the pill stays in your system for 2 to 3 months after you stop taking it. Some girls miss a period as a growing month.
Yes its possible.
By taking a birth control pill or being pregnant
depends on the birth control. if you're taking the regular pills, you'll still get your period, but, unlike mine, it wont be at wacky times.
If you start the birth control pill on the day your period starts, you'll have immediate protection.
You shouldn't be taking birth control if you're not prescribed it. Birth control pills don't stop periods, they stop pregnancy.
If your on birth control you don't actually get a period its actually withdrawal bleeding which looks the same as a period. Sex wont effect this cycle.
Birth control WILL give you a period providing you havent missed any pills and stop taking the control pills during the 7 day break.
You start taking birth control pills the first Sunday after your period ends, but Its always best to consult your Dr.
Yes, it's possible to avoid having a period while taking hormonal birth control methods, and then it resumes when you stop. Talk with your health care provider about options.
No, you should always take your birth control pills as scheduled regardless of bleeding. Contact your health care provider if you have pain or unusual vaginal discharge along with the unscheduled bleeding.
If you've stopped taking birth control then you will miss a period. Instead you will experience a withdrawal bleed 7-14 days after stopping birth control which resembles your normal period.
I stopped taking my birth control in December and in January I came on my period but in february I didnt come is this normal