breakthrough bleeding is not a cause for concern. It is usually light and goes away on its own within a few days or weeks
Taking pills for no reason can be a waste of money
ask your doctor
NO IT WILL START AT DIFFRENT TIMES NOT ALWAYS ON THE SAME DATE
Seasonale is an extended-cycle birth control pill released by Barr Pharmaceuticals. The active pills are taken everyday for three months followed by one week of taking inactive pills. A person taking Seasonale will only have a menstrual cycle four times a year.
If you recently had sex then probably. But chances are low after your period. Usually your chances are high 2 weeks after your period that's when you ovulate. Maybe you just thought you finished your period and really didn't? Maybe there's something wrong with your body and need to seek medical attention
There are no pills that can help you get pregnant 'quickly' except perhaps Exstacy or a date rape drug that knocks you out and allows unscrupulous and criminal males to have intercourse without your consent. You get pregnant from having sexual intercourse during the time of ovulation. The amount and frequency of intercourse during ovulation will increase the odds, but there is no 'pill' to make it happen.
Get a stopwatch, or a wristwatch, and set it to your local time. Set an alarm for the time you need to take the pill. Bring it with you overseas, and that way you will know when the alarm goes off, its pill-taking-time.
Yes. You can start the pill at anytime after your period ends. You could wait one or two weeks after it's over and be okay. Just don't start it while you're on your period.
Yes. I had very heavy periods before I went on a birth control pill. I noticed quite the difference within 3 months of being on the pill, since it takes about this long to get to its full potential. I no longer have to go to the bathroom all the time to check for leaks and do not have the heavy bleeding, sore breasts, or cramps I used to have.
The IUD is one of the best and most effective birth control in society today. It lasts up to 5 years, but if you chose to get pregnant in that time frame you can get it removed and can get pregnant almost immediately. There are no shots, patches, or pills involved. The IUD is "T" shaped and you can get it inserted at your local OB/GYN and then forget about it until your next check up. It is also the safest birth control for breastfeeding mothers.
Yes you can. Birth control is only 99.99% effective when taken every day at the same time. If you were to miss more than 3 days, you should throw out the pack of pills and use another form of birth control until your next pack begins and wait at least 2 weeks until having unprotected sex. A pregnancy test will come in handy to be sure you have not become pregnant. The earlier you know, the better.
If you are sexually active you may be pregnant - but it may take a couple months return to your own menstrual pattern after stopping the pill. If you were irregular before you started the pill, you will likely go back to that irregular pattern. Use a backup method such as condoms if pregnancy is not in your plans.
Yes see your heath care professional about which pill is best for you. There is no need to menstruate every month.
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Advantages; High chance of preventing STDs and unwanted pregnancies.
Disadvantages; It lowers the pleasure a little bit for the male.
It depends on what type of tablets but yes many tablets do go out of date.
Hunger. a whole bunch lot of hunger. like so much hunger that you feel like your insides are moving outside and you want nothing more then to sit and die with the terror of it all. plus u get hungry. did i mention hungry?
The birth control pill can help with hot flashes in women who are still having periods. For women in menopause, the birth control pill is usually not sufficient to control hot flashes. Other non-hormonal treatments are also available. Talk with your health care provider about options.
You can, but it kinda defeats the purpose of them. They're only there to help you develop a regular habit, like:
The theory is that this will make it easier to remember taking the "real" pills at the right time.
Now, if you deliberately start taking the pills at different times, you're not setting the habit, and you run a greater risk of forgetting to take them.
Condoms are 88-98% effective. So there is a chance that pregnancy will occur even though you use the condome correclty every time. Just a bit of advise, try to use a spermicide in conjunction to the condom to further reduce the risk of getting pregant. If possible, have the young lady go to the local health clinic or family doctor and get on the birth control pill.
It is important to follow the directions the doctor gave you. But I've never heard of a pill that you have to start at the end of your period. It is usually to start taking the pill the Sunday after you start if you have ended or not. You should call the doctor back that gave you the pills and clarify the instructions, then follow them for more accurate protection.
There are several reasons for advising you to start the Pill on the first day of your period.
Firstly this ensures that you are not already pregnant when you start the Pill.
Secondly this provides you with effective contraception from the first day of taking the Pill.
The other reason is that starting the Pill on the first day of your period means you are less likely to have any erratic bleeding during the first cycle of Pill taking. So your doctor's advice is right.
It is however understandable that you want to have effective contraception by the time of your wedding.
It is obviously difficult to predict when your period will arrive. The alternative to starting your Pill on the first day of your period is to just begin taking the Pill as you suggest.
If you do this you will need to use alternative contraception for the first seven days, and at that stage your Pill will be effective. This applies whenever you start the Pill.
This will make it more likely that you will have some 'spotting' or light bleeding during the first cycle of taking the Pill.
The best advice would be that you wait for your period, but that if it has not started a week before your wedding you then start the Pill anyway, so that you have effective contraception when you need it.
When you miss birth control pills, the hormone level in your body drops, and you may have bleeding. If you're lucky, you won't.
Antacids do not affect the birth control pill.