Just Moved From 3 Months Injection To KB Pill, What Are The Drinking Rules?
I want it, I pkek kb inject 3 months then I move pkek kb pills but I keep on injecting after menstruation and then the midwife will take the yellow pills later if I have new white menstruation but I don’t have menstruation either … but the midwives don’t get menstruation then we will take the midwife to take the yellow pills when I have new white menstruation but I don’t have menstruation … say you haven’t menstruated the one with the yellow one and the white one don’t drink it later if you have your period already drink it … that’s not really confused me ..
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Birth control pills are a method of contraception that uses hormones to prevent or delay pregnancy. There are 2 types, namely 21 day pill and 28 day pill. What you use is a 28-day pill, where 21 pills contain hormones and 7 pills contain placebo. The principle of using these birth control pills is not to be drug related. So the drug should be taken regularly without leaving even one pill, including placebo pills. The second principle is, start taking pills should be on day 3 or 4 of menstruation. The pills consumed are pills that contain hormones. This aims to ensure that you are not pregnant. So, if you have previously used birth control so that you do not menstruate, you can start taking pills at any time as long as it is certain that you are not pregnant. When the hormone-containing pills run out, you should continue taking pills that contain placebo until they run out too, and then start taking new pills.
If you are worried about getting pregnant while taking a placebo pill, you should use other contraceptives when having sex, such as a condom, up to 2 days after taking the last placebo pill.
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