Is It Possible To Continue To The Small Pill From The Blue Circle Pill During Menstruation?
Noon! I want to ask, I have just used the microgynon kb pill for 22 days, I started my period on the blue circle pill, can you continue to the small pill later but the menstruation has not been resolved?
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There are 2 types of birth control pills, namely combination birth control pills and non-combination birth control pills (mini-pill). The birth control pill you mentioned belongs to the first type, because it contains a combination of the hormones levonorgestrel and ethinylestradiol. The combination of these hormones when consumed by the body can help prevent pregnancy, namely by:
Changing the cervical mucus to become thicker, thus inhibiting the passage of sperm cells to the uterus Prevent ovulation (rupture of a mature egg to be transferred to the uterus) Changing the uterine wall so that it does not allow for implantation (implantation of the product of fertilization) Many women use pills This KB is due to its ease of use. However, it needs to be understood, that although it is relatively easy, any type of birth control pill is not included in the free drug category. Therefore, you still need to check with your doctor before consuming it. Taking birth control pills is not without side effects. In some conditions, negative reactions can appear, such as allergies, abnormal vaginal bleeding, indigestion, headaches, nausea, bloating, body swelling, and various other complaints. By going to the doctor directly, of course, the possibility of this negative impact can be prevented and overcome. In addition, you can also be told the proper procedure for taking birth control pills so that their effectiveness is not compromised.
Regarding your question, we are not authorized to explain in detail the procedures for taking birth control pills on free forums like this. In general, birth control pills should be taken continuously at the same time every day regardless of when your menstrual schedule lasts. However, for more details, you should consult directly with your doctor or the nearest obstetrician.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah