Irregular Menstruation Whether The Effects Of Birth Control Pills That Do Not Regularly Drink It?
Ass … Good morningDok I want to ask, I just used to use the new pill fe mainstay for 2 months. If my injections are not suitable then for 2 months my period is irregular whether I am taking the pills too irregularly huh? Last month I forgot to take the pill 2 days and the 3rd day I took it at a different time. After taking the morning pill I came months even though I just finished 1 week ago. This month I forgot to take another drink and only on 2 August yesterday I finished my mensrrr now. because I forgot to drink again, I became menstruating again. Is my period because I took a pill that is not effective? Is it because it doesn’t suit your pill? Please answer me, thank you …
Wa alaikumsalam, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Birth control pills, are one type of hormonal contraception in addition to family planning injections, implants / implants, and some types of IUDs. The performance of hormonal contraception is generally the same, namely disrupting the body's hormonal balance so that the egg cells are unable to be produced and sperm cells are unable to fertilize the egg cells which in the end the pregnancy can be delayed.
Unfortunately indeed, this procedure is not free from side effects. In addition to delaying pregnancy, hormonal imbalances caused by the use of birth control pills can also trigger weight gain, mood swings, the appearance of zits and irregular menstruation. Irregularities can be in the form of appearing briefly, longer, more frequently, or not menstruating at all.
So in your case, let's say you even use birth control pills on a regular basis, the potential for irregular menstrual cycles still exists, especially if you use them irregularly. Our advice, you should discuss again with your obstetrician whether birth control pills are the right method for you, given that you often miss taking them which in turn also makes the effectiveness of these birth control pills in preventing pregnancy to be reduced. You may be offered more durable methods such as birth control, implants and IUDs. So, hopefully answering your question.