Menstruation Is Too Late When Taking Birth Control Pills?
I used my previous pill before menstruation, I was regular … last month last month I only had a few and only 2 days and now I have taken menstrual pills, I still haven’t menstruated too … why is that … I tested it negative but I respect, a month yesterday … thank you
Thank you for the question.
Birth control pills contain synthetic reproductive hormones which, if consumed properly, can modify the balance of reproductive hormones that are produced naturally in the body. In this way, it is expected that users of the birth control pill will not ovulate (release of mature eggs from the ovary to the uterus) and fertilization (fertilization of the egg by sperm cells).
Side effects of hormonal modification caused by taking birth control pills do often make menstrual patterns messy. As long as you take these birth control pills correctly, don't be late let alone forget, in fact you don't need to worry about getting pregnant, especially if you have already done a testpack and the results are negative. Late menstruation is likely due to the side effects of the birth control pill itself. Other factors, such as stress, fatigue, excessive weight changes, ovarian cysts, obesity, ovarian cysts, hyperthyroidism, or other chronic diseases can also make menstruation come late. Indeed, in a small proportion of cases (less than 1%), there are also users of birth control pills who can get pregnant, even though they regularly consume birth control pills according to the doctor's recommendations. But presumably, the potential for this pregnancy is very small.
The good thing is, you don't need to worry too much. Change your lifestyle to be healthier, don't stress excessively, and eat also more vegetables and fruits that are rich in antioxidants (especially fruits, vegetables, water, and whole grains). If with these efforts your menstruation still does not come up to 1 month or more, try to do a re-testpack, or check yourself directly to the obstetrician for further evaluation huh ..
I hope this helps.