Do You Have To Take Birth Control Pills According To The Hours Every Day?
Hay .. For a long time I did not see my husband .. Then on the 18.12.2018 I met my husband and at night we had sex, the previous months I menstruate always forward from the dates of the previous month every month not the same date for my period .. Then on the 11th of yesterday I remember the wrong period on 28.11.2018. Then after my husband came home on 18.12.2018 we immediately had sex. And the next day I take the mainstay birth control pill, until now I haven’t had my period yet. I should have gone before the period of 28.12.2018, because my husband and I had sex on 18.12.2018, then I took the mainstay birth control pill as well as the hour every day, until 2.1.2019 I also hadn’t had my period yet, so I was confused … am i pregnant Until now I still take the birth control pill … But I am also afraid how until the 18.1.2019 I will not have my period yet? Is that said to be pregnant? Need a solution …..
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Birth control pills are an effective contraceptive method when used correctly. You should use birth control pills before you have sex, not afterwards. Birth control pills won't even be effective immediately from the first day you take them. During the first 7 days of use, you still need to use a protector (condom) to prevent pregnancy. If you are late for your period, you should do a testpack at home. Don't take birth control pills until you are certain you are not pregnant. In the meantime, use condoms until you are sure you are not pregnant. If the testpack results are positive, see the nearest obstetrician to confirm the pregnancy. Furthermore, you also need to check with your obstetrician to find out whether your fetus is in good health. If the testpack results are negative, repeat the testpack examination a week later if you still haven't menstruated. Birth control pills are divided into 2 types. One type of birth control pill has no menstrual side effects on its users. You can make sure again what birth control pill you take by looking at the instructions on the package or asking the pharmacist who is giving the drug.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.