Rules For Taking Birth Control Pills During Menstruation And Before Late For The Consumption Of Birth Control Pills?
Afternoon .. Please help … I just started taking the Kb pill. When I finish my period i drink regularly for 5 days then 2hr then forget. But I don’t have anything to do with my husband, when I forget to take the pill. The next day I menstruated but at night I continued the birth control pill, thought the menstruation stopped, but the menstruation continued. Then what should I do … Continue to take pilny what Stop it … I thank you before …
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Birth control pills are a type of pregnancy delay method that works by disrupting the balance of natural hormones in the body. Disruption of this hormone will make the egg cells can not be fertilized by sperm cells and pregnancy will not occur. Apart from birth control pills, other contraceptives that use hormones are birth control and implants.
How to use birth control pills in the first user is to use it together with the beginning of menstruation. The goal is that after menstruation, the pill works and you are safe for intercourse. If you use it outside the menstrual cycle is actually fine, but it means you have to wait at least 7-8 days for the effect to work. Even better if you wait until one pill is consumed before intercourse. If you want to have sex during this time, you should use other methods of contraception such as condoms. After the first use, you can just continue it, and do not need to rely on the menstrual cycle again.
If you forget 1 day, then you should take 2 pills the next day, then continue 1 pill as usual. If you forget 2 days in a row, then you have to take 2 pills the next day, and 2 more pills the next day and then return 1 pill per day as usual. If you forget 3 days or more, you may need to start over or consult your obstetrician.
So regarding your question, you should still continue taking the pill as usual, because as we have said, the consideration of the menstrual cycle is only for the first use, in relation to making sure you are not pregnant until the effect works. But if you already use it routinely, no problem to consume it even though your period. However, one of the most common side effects of using birth control pills is irregular menstruation. If its use continues to be adapted to the menstrual cycle, it could even be reduced efficacy.
If you still have doubts or other information you want to add about your condition, you should consult your obstetrician directly to avoid misunderstanding. While it's still not clear to you, it's better if you don't have sex first. So, hopefully answering your question.