How long it is going for what? Missing birth controls like you have will put you at risk of pregnancy. If your trying to conceive then stop taking birth control because this will harm the Foetus when you do conceive.
No, when going off birth control your body takes a little bit to get used to it and it is very normal to have irregular periods for awhile.
Yes. I've always had bad cramps during my cycle but when I went off of birth control, I thought I was going to die! I took medicine and it didn't do anything. I did go off of it immediately instead of gradually, so that could be why I had such horrible cramps.
There are no known drug interactions between nicotine replacement products and the birth control pill, patch, ring, or shot. However, using these instead of cigarettes may not lower the risk of blood clots with estrogen-containing birth control methods, so keep going on your quit plan until you're off nicotine altogether.
It's easy. If you go off birth control, you could experience morning sickness, breast soreness, food cravings, and even pain in your stomach.
It will vary depending on the individual.
Definitely. Hormonal birth control, as one of its pleasant side effects, decreases the amount of cramping and the amount and duration of menstrual flow.
The Pull-out method is not effective birth control. Better, perhaps, but even practiced perfectly, there's something like a 10% risk associated. You need pills, condoms, or both.
Yes. Changing any medication can change your cycle.
Yes, if you had sex after the birth control patch had fallen off, you could get pregnant.
Yes, it's normal for your menstrual cycle to be irregular once you come off hormonal birth control. While on hormonal birth control your menstrual cycles are suppressed in order to stop ovulation occurring, once you come off hormonal birth control it takes time for your body to start ovulating on a regular basis again. It's a little like going through puberty all over again, or if you had irregular cycles prior to going on hormonal birth control because the issue wasn't treated it may return once you stop using the birth control. Your cycle may continue to be irregular for up to a year.
You take birth control as scheduled regardless of bleeding.
Yes, because your off birth control...
Get off the birth control would be the place to start...
Well this is a first for me. Uh if you want to get pregnant you don't take birth control.
Yes. Usually easier, assuming there are no problems with the reproductive system. Generally it is advised to wait at least 6 months before trying to get pregnant after stopping the birth control pill.
Some people ovulate almost straight away, but others don't ovulate until about 6 months later. It depends on your general health and how long you have been on birth control for
Yes. Even on birth control you can still get pregnant. Just a week after going off the pill its not likely, becasue you'll still have the hormones in your system but definatly still possible.
You should expect anything. That wouldn't seem to be out of the question. There is a lot going on with hormones when you're taking it.
I can think of no medical problems, however you are not going to be protected from prgnancy. If you are sexually active and don't want to be pregnant, stay on some form of birth control.
Miscarriage is very common. It happens to women on and off birth control.
You get a withdrawal period AFTER you go off birth control.