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Answered 2009-07-14 02:05:33

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.


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You start taking the pill at the end of your period, and then, yes you will not have a period again until the break in the pill.

The contraceptive pill effects the entire menstrual cycle. The pill suppresses the menstrual cycle in order to prevent ovulation so that you cannot fall pregnant if you were to have sex.

The contraceptive implant prevents the normal menstrual cycle from occurring. Some women will have irregular bleeding, and others will have no bleeding.

The contraceptive implant prevents the normal cycle of ovulation and menstruation. Some patients have irregular bleeding, and others have no bleeding at all.

Take it as directed to make sure that it acts properly as a contraceptive. Check in with your doctor if you want to change your cycle.

The contraceptive implant prevents the normal menstrual cycle. Some patients have irregular bleeding, and others have no bleeding at all.

Probably hormonal. A woman taking the contraceptive pill will have a discharge, as will a pregnant woman. Women who are not pregnant and not taking hormones ie women who are having a completely normal hormonal cycle will notice increased discharge around the time of ovulation.

Because it wouldn't be a cycle if it didn't get used again and again?

After stopping the contraceptive implant, your menstrual cycle will return to its previous pattern (whether regular or irregular) in four to six weeks.

If you want to delay your menstral cycle, you should get pregnant.

Taking two a day is not the way to go. There's no increase in contraceptive effectiveness. Talk with your health care provider about how to move your cycle date.

Taking Orovite has absolutely nothing to do with your menstrual cycle. If your menstrual cycle is regular then it will continue to be regular while taking this.

She can get pregnant during her next heat cycle. Her cycle should still be on schedule.

The contraceptive implant prevents the normal menstrual cycle. Some women have irregular bleeding, and others have no bleeding at all.

It really depends on the sort of pill you are taking. A lot of pills say to start taking the first tablets on your first day of bleeding meaning your next period will be three weeks later and then four weeks every cycle after that. If you just started taking it in the middle of your cycle, you should not bleed until the first "sugar" pill you take three weeks later. If it is a low dosage pill, your normal cycle may still come for the first month. Hello there - When you take birth control pills you should get your period when your taking the sugar pills for seven days. During them seven days you will get your period. When you take morning after pill you can get a early period like bleed, experience spotting or have a very delayed period.

The medication with Mononessa is used to prevent pregnancy. In most cases it is used as a contraceptive by females. Though one should note that such medication should be used several weeks before the menstrual cycle.

It can take a long time to get your period again or to get pregnant.It took me 18months before my cycle started again.

You should cycle off Nano Vapor for one month after taking it for two months. If you do not cycle off periodically, your body will get too used to it and it will not work as well.

20 september...................add 28 days on to your starting day....

It will be very effective if taken within the first 48 hours of intercourse. You may experience side effects such as break through bleeding, or a change to your menstrual cycle and abdominal cramping, but not everyone experiences these common side effects and it does not indicate whether the medication has been successful or not. I would recommend that you perform a pregnancy test 2-3 weeks after taking the emergency contraceptive and the result will be accurate.

Yes this is normal. Your period should return to a normal cycle within 3 months.

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