Do You Take The Pill In A Different Clock Or Does It Matter?
I was moved from the injection and then moved to my family the first day I drank in the morning. And on the day k.2 I drink yes afternoon. Does it have no influence? But until then I drink it in the afternoon. At the same time. When I bought it for the first time, just drink it in the morning. Gimna
Hello Sari ayu, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Birth control pills are one of the hormonal birth control methods. Birth control pills have a component of the hormones estrogen and progesterone so that a woman can menstruate regularly. In addition, fertility will also recover quickly if you do not take birth control pills for only 3 days accompanied by active sexual intercourse, pregnancy can occur. But the shortcomings of birth control pills include: a woman tends to experience weight gain, breakouts, and must be consumed in an orderly and regular manner in order to be effective. Birth control pills are not recommended if you have high blood pressure, blocked blood vessels, a history of breast or uterine cancer.
You do not need to worry (the possibility of pregnancy is relatively small with a time difference as you tell), just continue the routine of taking birth control pills every evening (at the same hour every day). Taking birth control pills at the same time will make it easier for you to remember this routine.
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