You should continue taking the birth control pill daily as scheduled regardless of bleeding.
It won't, BCP have hormones that are normally present in women before menopause. Once you stop taking them your body will naturally go into menopause if you no longer have the hormones present to support ovulation and menstruation.
Yes, continue taking your pills. Many woman stop menstruating while taking birth control pills. If you are questioning the possibility of pregnancy take a HPT (home pregnancy test), if it is negative you can be assured that you are not pregnant and the pill is working as it should.
She may be taking hormones to prevent premature menopause.
Birth control pills should stop your menstrual bleeding. I would suggest you stop the pills and talk to your doctor
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.
It would be best to continue taking the pill each day regardless of bleeding.
You should continue taking the birth control pill as scheduled regardless of bleeding.
Yes. Not all antibiotics affect birth control. In fact, some even increase the effectiveness. Plus, your body needs a constant dose of hormones at all times for your birth control to continue working after you're off your antibiotics. Continue taking them, but research whether the antibiotics you're taking affect your pill.
No, you should continue taking the birth control pill as scheduled, regardless of any bleeding.
Many women have no period on the BCP. Do not stop taking it as directed.
Yes continue taking your pills as normal. If this happens again perform a pregnancy test and see your DR about changing your BC pills.
Nothing, Taking birth control is her choice
There's no definitive age for the Menopause, you are at risk of pregnancy, for as long as you're still Ovulating. Your Doctor or Gynaecologist, will be able to give you the most appropriate advice.
Yes, you should keep taking the birth control as scheduled on the calendar regardless of any bleeding.
Many women counteract menopause by taking estrogen. Estrogen is a hormone that is in short supply when a woman is going through menopause.
No, you should continue taking the pills as scheduled. IF you missed any pills in the prior cycle, take a pregnancy test.
Continue taking your birth control pills as scheduled.
THE BEST DAY TO START TAKING BIRTH CONTROL IS MONDAY..!!!
If it is several years after menopause, pregnancy is unlikely. However, if you are still going through menopause, taking precautions would be wise.
Yes, if you took four pills at once for emergency contraception, you should continue taking one pill per day until the pack is done. Then start the new cycle of birth control.
Yes you should continue your pack of pills even though you are spotting. You should never discontinue taking your birth control unless advised by your physician. If you stop taking your birth control you will lower the effectiveness of the birth control drastically and you will increase your chances of becoming pregnant. Spotting is a side effect caused by birth control. Spotting typically occurs when you are either starting birth control for the first time( spotting may last up to 3 months), spotting can occur if you do not take your birth control everyday at the same time, and it can occur if you use a certain medication, such as antibiotics.
Yes, you should continue your birth control pills as schedule regardless of bleeding.