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2009-07-14 02:07:13
2009-07-14 02:07:13

Yes. If it is the pill that you are taking, you will still get your period. It is only contraceptives such as the shot or implant that stop your period.


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Yes you can still start a new pack but your period will arrive on a different day. However its best if you wait for your period to arrive and then start taking birth control of the 1st day of your period.

Keep taking your pills all in order-do not skip any active pills...did you miss any pills -sometimes that can cause you to start your period early...also-maybe put a call in to your doc- if you didn't miss any pills,you shouldn't start your period while still taking active pills

if you start your period a week early is that a sign of pregnancy?

Yes you can but use a back-up method of protection, a condom for 4 weeks so you're protected against pregnancy.

Hello. You will get your period after the 21 days. There is a 7 day break in the pills - this is when you will get your period. Or no later than a week after the 7day break. It will be around 4 weeks exactly after you started taking BCP.

The Quaternary began 1.8 million years ago and we are still in the Quaternary period.

You're supposed to start your period after you start taking the placebo pills. To keep on a routine, you should take the placebo pills on their designated days (the last 7 days of the 28 day cycle).

yes, you can. because it is still possible to get your period when you are pregnant.

Women do not menstruate while pregnant. If you are certain you are pregnant, and begin bleeding, you should see a doctor immediately.

You can start taking the pills at any time, but you should use other protection until you have begun your second package.

Yes, you can start NuvaRing during your period. If you do start within the first fives days of your period, you have immediate protection. You can still use pads or tampons according to your preference.

It's not a period, it's a withdrawal bleed and it only happens because you stop taking your pills. You can just as easily go straight from one pack to the next without a break. This is more reliable and you never have any periods.

A matter of fact you can you can become pregnant anytime of the month you can still have a period and be pregnant or just about to start your period

Yes you can start birth control while on your period. Usually your doctor will tell you to start on a Sunday so it's easier to remember when you first started your pack.If you get your period on the Sunday you start you still start on birth control.

If you've just started your period, especially if you are sexually active (God you are so young), you need to get established with a doctor for regular female check ups, and maybe some birthcontrol. I would not say that it is abnormal, but you should start taking care of yourself.

you are supposed to begin taking cilest on the first day of your period. Then you are protected from day one.

let your period bleed for a while, and then when it's going away you could start taking the hormonal pills again. Try not to forget. Although apparently you only need 3 days of bleeding to be healthy and allow your cycle to keep moving even on the pill. So 3 days of period is enough.

If you've just started taking birth control pills now then it will still work. However you need to be on BC for 4 weeks before you can have unprotected intercourse.

Just continue taking your pills as normal.

You would start the pack the Sunday after the first day of your period. Even if you are bleeding still that Sunday, take it.

my friend stopped takin depo 7 months ago and is still waiting for a period

I am not really sure what the one day start plan is, but with birth control I know it normally takes a couple of days and you can still experience spotting for like the first month using it.

if you think your pregnant and you have not been taking you pill correctly then maybe you should take a test. the sooner you find out the better

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