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Your period will usually stop within 7 days. It is different in every woman. Some bleed for 3 days while others bleed for 6 days.

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Q: When taking birth control to regulate periods if your period started on a Monday and the pills are started the following Thursday when will bleeding stop?
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If there are no other problems, and the bleeding is due to hormonal imbalances, birth control pills are often prescribed to bring the bleeding under control and regulate menstruation.


Which of the following is the first and most effective method to control bleeding?

direct pressure


Will birth control pills regulate your periods once you stop taking them?

Truly, the birth control pill doesn't regulate a period. It replaces your natural cycle with its own cycle of no bleeding and bleeding. Unless something else in your body changes, you are likely to return to your previous menstrual pattern once you go off the pill.


Can the birth control pill regulate your periods even when you come off of it?

No. Truly, the birth control pill doesn't regulate a period. It replaces your natural cycle with its own cycle of no bleeding and bleeding. Unless something else in your body changes, you are likely to return to your previous menstrual pattern once you go off the pill.


You take birth control pill to regulate your cycle but you want to get pregnant If you stop taking the pills then your body is all out of wack and you have a lot of irregular bleeding What should I do?

Truly, the birth control pill doesn't regulate a period. It replaces your natural cycle with its own cycle of no bleeding and bleeding. Unless something else in your body changes, you are likely to return to your previous menstrual pattern once you go off the pill.


What would cause bleeding a week early?

The following will cause early bleeding: * Irregular period * Pregnancy * UTI * Hormonal Imbalance * Stopping birth control * Starting birth control


Can the birth control pill regulate your period after stopping depo provera?

Truly, the birth control pill doesn't regulate a period. It replaces your natural cycle with its own cycle of no bleeding and bleeding. Unless something else in your body changes, you are likely to return to your previous menstrual pattern once you go off the pill. If you use the pill after Depo Provera, you may see bleeding every month. When you stop the pill, you may not see bleeding again until you resume ovulation.


Which of the following are used to control bleeding?

Use a tourniquet, Apply direct pressure, and Elevate and immobilize


What if you get your period two weeks early on the birth control pill?

The following will cause bleeding when on birth control: * Break-through bleeding * Withdrawal bleeding * Pregnancy * UTI * Morning after pill * Recently stopping/starting BCP * Missed a pill(s)


How long do you have to take birth control pills to regulate periods after depo?

Taking birth control pills after depo will give you a "show" of monthly bleeding, but they do not "regulate" your periods or hormones in any way. You should take birth control pills after depo if you're trying to avoid pregnancy. If you want to get pregnant, there is no medical reason to take the pill.


To control bleeding?

There is only one way you can get control of bleeding. You will have to put pressure on the wound.


Will the birth control pill regulate your period after only being on it 3 months then stopping?

The birth control pill will give you predictable bleeding while you're on it; when you stop, you'll go back to your previous "unregulated" pattern.


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What if your period irregular what to do to make it regulate?

Birth control usually does the trick to regulate your period.


Didnt miss any pill and took them on time and im still getting break through bleeding?

Breakthrough bleeding can be a side effect that can last up to 3 months or more. If you have been on birth control for at least 3 months and you still have breakthrough bleeding, you should consult your physician. Consistent breakthrough bleeding can be a sign that you may need a higher dosage of birth control pills. I have learned from physicians that increasing the dosage of the birth control helps regulate your menstrual cycle and eliminates breakthrough bleeding and therefore being more effectively protected from pregnancy.


Can birth control pills regulate your period?

Although people often use that wording, birth control pills don't regulate periods. What they do is make the time of bleeding more predictable.Any pill is likely to make your bleeding more regular. But really, the birth control pill doesn't regulate a period. It replaces your natural cycle with its own cycle of no bleeding and bleeding. Unless something else in your body changes, you are likely to return to your previous menstrual pattern once you go off the pill.That said, you may have irregular, unscheduled bleeding in your first three months on the pill. After that, you should settle into a more predictable pattern. Some women think the pill will guarantee that their period always arrives on, say, every fourth Tuesday. That may happen, but it's not likely to be thatregular.If after three months you're still experiencing breakthrough bleeding, or if it's troublesome in the first three months, contact your health care provider to discuss the possibility of changing to a pill with a different hormone profile.


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The two systems that regulate and control the body's functions are the Nervous System, and the endocrine system.


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What to do if your birth control pill does not regulate your period?

Birth control pills can't regulate your period, that's impossible - they work by stopping your menstrual cycles so that you don't ovulate, thus you also don't menstruate (bleeding women get on the pill is a withdrawal bleed, not menstruation). You need to have tests carried out to determine why your periods are irregular and then look into treatment options.


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Go to a your physician . Birth control , or surgery can help regulate your menstrual cycle


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How long should you be on birth control to regulate your period?

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