You can either start taking the pill on the first day of your period, which is called day one start, or on the first Sunday after your period, which is called a Sunday start.
You can start either on the first day of your period, or on a Sunday (after you have made sure there is no way you are pregnant). Use a back-up form of birth control for the first month and make sure you take the pill at the same time everyday.
Taking Back Sunday formed in Amityville, New York in 1999.
If you start the pill on the first day of your period, you have immediate protection against pregnancy.
The next Sunday. __________________________ With Sunday start, you're supposed to start on the Sunday of getting your period, or the following Sunday. For example: You start your period on Sunday : START YOUR BC. You start your period Wednesday... WAIT TIL SUNDAY TO START. **make sure to read the inserts that come with your birth control, or go to the manufacturers website, the information is there for a reason!
Never in a month of Sunday's
Take your first pill the Sunday after you get your period, even if you are still bleeding on that Sunday. You don't necessarily have be a Sunday starter, I just find it easier.
According to the Package and the actual website itself no. You should start taking it on the Sunday immediately following your period, or on the very first day of your period.
during ur period or after.but always start on a Sunday
Check the package for specific information, but generally the pill should be started on the first Sunday after you START your period.
You really need to read the instructions that come with your particular pills, but as far as I am aware you need to start taking themn at the beginning of your cycle or you are not protected for the first month.
In order for a month to have it's thirteenth (13th) day land on a Friday the month most start on a SUNDAY.