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Skipping sugar pills to avoid a period reduces, and does not raise, your risk of getting pregnant on the pill.
Yes. The birth control pill does not work perfectly, and it's possible to get pregnant even when using it perfectly. However, being five days into the placebo pills and not getting a period doesn't necessarily mean you're pregnant. As long as you followed the program all the other days of the month you should be fine. The sugar pills are just to help you keep on track with your habit of taking the pills.
As long as you did not skip any of the "active" pills in the packet, you are protected from pregnancy every day - including the week of your period and while taking the "inactive" sugar pills. Start your new packet on schedule.
If you didn't get your period, you should take a home test or go see a doctor. You may be pregnant. If this is your first month or two on this kind of pill, you may need to go to the doctor and get a new kind. It may not be the correct dose for you.
You may not get a period during the placebo week/sugar pills,either because your birth control did not give you a period because of the hormones, or you may be pregnant. Pregnancy typically occurs when you do not get a period. If you do not take your birth control pills everyday at the same time you will increase your chances of becoming pregnant.
It is a possibility that you are pregnant if your withdrawal bleed (not a period) doesn't start on your placebo pills. If concerned take a pregnancy test to confirm one way or the other.
You don't have to, my period comes 2 days into the sugar pills.
Skipping your period by taking extra birth control pills or fewer placebo (sugar) pills lowers, not raises, your risk of pregnancy.
no, take it before and you won't have your period the first three rows of pills have hormones in them that will regulate your period..the last row is actually only sugar pills and you are supposed to have your period on those pills. However, you can get pregnant on the pill if not taken exactly how you are supposed to.
Hi :-) Yes, this is normal. There is no time limit for when you start your period during the sugar pills. As long as you start your period during the seven day worth of sugar pills then this is normal.
Yes. The sugar pills do nothing but keep track of your days.
You start your period when on the sugar pills. Your period should start within three days of your first sugar pill - the exact time will differ from woman to woman.
Yeah it is.. I've you go on the sugar pills, your on them for 7 days and you will get your period during that time. Once you finish the sugar pills, go straight on to the hormone pills which are after the sugar pills.. If you don't it will count as missed pills, abd will effect the effectiveness of the pill..
Yes usaully the 4 days during the sugar pills
You should expect your period to arrive on or before the last day of the sugar pills. But sometimes you can arrive the next week after your sugar pills. It takes a while for BCP to get used to your body. This could be why you havent gotten your period.
It would be pointless. The sugar pills do not contain anything in them to keep you from getting pregnant. The placebos (or sugar pills) are there as "reminders" to keep you in the habit of taking them and so when you know to start a new pack. The sugar pills are not needed during your period,that's why they are sugar pills. If you take the placebos when you are supposed to be taking the "active" ones, they are inaffective and you might as well not be taking them at all.
You may be pregnant, take a test.
Yes, you will still have your period if you don't take the sugar pills. The pills have no effect on your cycle. They are like a place holder to keep you in the habbit of taking your pills at the same time every day.
Not exactly.. your period can occur as late as the 4th sugar pill
Is this your first month on the pills? If so and you had sex, maybe. If this isn't your first month and you took your pills everyday you should be ok. Stress, and other factors will cause a delay in a period starting.
Hi, No never skip to sugar pills when this happens or it will throw your cycle off completely. Continue to take the pills as prescribed. So take the active pills and then the sugar pills when it is time.
Not if you took your pills like you should have. The pills between the end of the 28 days of pills and the start of the new ones are just to keep you on track. After years on the pills I finally quit doing that.