Postponing Menstruation When Using Birth Control Pills?
Tonight, I want to ask, I am taking Diane 35 pills because the doctor’s prescription overcame my messy menstruation 2 months ago, now only 6 items have been used up (after the first successful month and this is entering the second month) and there will be plans for my husband to return from his service just right When the pills run out (usually 2-3 days I have menstruation), can I postpone the menstruation because I will meet my husband ?? If possible I should do aa? I am waiting for the answer. thank you
Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
The birth control pills you mentioned contain a combination of the synthetic hormones estrogen and progesterone. When taken regularly, these pills can help prevent pregnancy, as well as make menstrual periods more regular.
Although easily available over the counter, birth control pills are actually drugs that must be used under a doctor's prescription. The indiscriminate use of these pills is not without side effects. Improper use of birth control pills has the risk of causing allergic reactions, abnormal vaginal bleeding, obesity, dull skin, migraines, blood clotting disorders, hormone-induced cancer cell development, and various other complaints.
The question now is, have you checked with your doctor before taking these birth control pills? Did the doctor say that you are a good candidate to use the birth control pill? If you have checked with your doctor and it is believed that it is safe to use these birth control pills, then it is probably not a problem for you to take them regularly.
Using the right birth control pills can also help make your menstrual schedule more predictable. Therefore, delaying menstruation is also possible by modifying its consumption. However, considering that this drug is not included in an over-the-counter drug, we are not authorized to explain its use to delay menstruation in an free forum like this. We recommend that you check yourself directly to a doctor or obstetrician to get the best explanation, huh ..
I hope this helps.