In The Afternoon I Want To Ask …. I’m Taking The Mainstay Of KB Pill … I Still Have 6 Seeds Left But They Are Gone Falling On?
In the afternoon I want to ask … I am a mainstay … I still have 6 seeds left … but I don’t know where I am … what should I do? Please answer … thanks before and after
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The mainstay birth control pill is a combination pill that has 2 dosage forms at the pharmacy, and in principle the same. There are mainstay birth control pills available in 21 combination pills all of which contain hormonal pills, so that after the 21 pills run out, family planning acceptors stop taking birth control pills for 7 days and proceed with new packs of 21 reliable birth control pills.
While other sedian, in the form of 28 mainstay birth control pills, where 21 pills contain hormanal like ditas, and contain 7 placebo pills that are white or that do not contain active ingredients. After you have finished taking 21 hormonal birth control pills, the KB acceptor can continue 7 placebo pills until they run out and continue with a new package of 28 mainstay birth control pills.
These birth control pills should be taken every day at the same time, so that the benefits of birth control pills are more optimal in accordance with their goals. To obtain information that is appropriate and appropriate for the use of birth control that is suitable for patients, patients should be able to consult directly with the obstetrician for education and evaluation of family planning used.
In connection with the question you are asking, 1. if your birth control pill is a birth control pill containing 21 pills, then you can buy a new package, and consume the missing pill, then, you stop not taking the next 7 days. To make it easier to take birth control pills, after you pass this phase, for convenience, you can buy a new package of birth control pills, so you can continue according to your regular pill schedule.
2. If you use the 28-pill birth control pill, then the missing pill should be a placebo pill or an empty pill without active ingredients or white pills, so you don't need to take it. When it has passed 6 days, you can start again with a new package of your 28 mainstay birth control pills.
But if you still need more detailed information, you can discuss with your obstetrician.
Thus the info we can convey.