Can I Take Birth Control Pills To Stop Menstruation?
If the doctor, for example, we are worshiping in the holy land, continue to menstruate, are we allowed to take the pills to make it clogged?
Hello Lisa, Thank you for the question.
Birth control pills are contraceptives that contain synthetic reproductive hormones that aim to prevent pregnancy. Taking regular birth control pills cannot immediately stop menstruation. If you aim to worship and want to delay menstruation, you can use a pill that contains the hormone (norethisterone). This pill is recommended to be taken 3 days before your menstrual date and must be consumed within a certain period so that menstruation still stops. This drug must be used cautiously by those who suffer from certain diseases such as migraine, diabetes, impaired liver function, hypertension, obesity, and several other diseases. Therefore, you should consult with your obstetrician and gynecologist before using the drug. The doctor needs to ask about your medical history and your period before notifying you to take the medicine.
I hope this helps.