When do you get your next period after taking the contraceptive pill?
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.
If start taking the contraceptive pill on monday for example will your period stop from monday and only come again during the 'break' at the end of the pill cycle?
The pill consists of 21 days of active pills (ie, containing oestrogen and progestogen) with either a break of seven days, or seven days of a sugar pill. The sugar pill is used to keep the user in a regular habit of taking the pill at the same time each day, every day, whilst bleeding occurs. If you have been taking the pill daily (every day without missing one) you should be safe during your…
When you begin taking the pill and you take it from the start of your next period do you still have that period?
Is it bad if you are on your period and you start the active pills of the contraceptive pill one day early?
If you get your periods after taking contraceptive pill is there any chance of pregnancy after that?
How long do you have to wait after stopping taking the pill to start trying for a baby And what is classed as a Normal period if you have been on the pill for several years?
I just started taking the pill two days ago and I'm supposed to get my period the weekend after next will i get it on time?
No, there is no way to speed-up or stop your period sooner than usual. In reference to another answer - the contraceptive pill does NOT regulate periods, that is biologically impossible. Hormonal birth control stops the menstrual cycle all together, the bleeding people experience is a withdrawal bleed caused by the drop in synthetic hormones when going from active to inactive pills. Withdrawal bleeds may be lighter and shorter but that's not always the case…
If you have been off the pill for a week and have an early period will you still get your normal period as well and if so should you take a pregnancy test if it doesn't come?
Will my contraceptive still work if I took a laxitive 2 hours before taking my pill and I haven and rsquot gone yet?
first thing in the morning 2 weeks after missed period If you are on a combined pill you should not miss a period and you should not be pregnant if you are taking it correctly. If you are on a progesterone only pill your periods may not be regular so if you think you may be pregnant wait at least 2 weeks after sex.
After stopping Depo-Provera and not having received your period do you have to wait for your period to come to start taking the contraceptive pill?
yes i went to the doctor to get my shot for depo provera, i had been on it for more than a year and they gave me birth control pills right away. I decided i wanted to be on the pill because of weight gain and they started me on it without waiting for my period. i have been on the pill now for 8 months and i still have not gotten my period
It depends on the oral contraceptive taken, and the person taking it to how many days into your break your period starts. With regular pill taking and time your period should be easier to predict accurately once your body gets into a regular 'rhythm'. It can start any number of days after taking the last pill in your packet, but usually starts during the 7 day break rather than after.
If you are on your period and start a new pill pack then stop taking the pill during the first week and you get your period a few days later for only a day when is your next period expected?
First off...why have you decided to stop taking the pill? Even if you are not participating in sexual activities, its best to stay on the pill, or atleast speak to your doctor about it. As for when you should expect your next period? It should arrive the same time as usual. If you've been on the pill long enough, your body has developed a routine for itself. However, without the use of the pill, your…
If skipping the sugar pills to skip a period should you take all of the active pills in the second packet of contraceptive pills or is it ok to stop taking them as soon as you want your period again?
It's very easy -- if you're happy with the pill and not having side effects, it's the right pill. Most women do well on a wide variety of pills, and there is no one right pill. Women on the wrong pill may complain of side effects. The side effects they're having guide the prescriber in choosing the next pill to try.
No, you can start the birth control pill at any time in your cycle using the Quick Start method. Be sure to use a backup method of birth control, like condoms or abstinence from vaginal sex, until you've been taking your pill for at least seven days. If you still haven't had your period after a cycle of pills, take a pregnancy test.