Rules For Taking Birth Control Pills With Menstrual Cycles?
Tonight, r nI want to ask if I just want to take KB pills, my menstrual period goes back one week each month while the KB pill only contains 28, it means I haven’t had the time for menstruation, have I drunk it until it’s finished or have I opened a new one again. R nThe correct way to use the pill kb how is it.
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There are 2 types of birth control pills. One is a birth control pill that contains progesterone alone (also known as the breastfeeding pill or minipill), the second is a combination birth control pill that contains progesterone and estrogen. First you need to know that using hormonal contraceptives (birth control pills, injection contraceptives, implant birth control) can affect your menstrual cycle, especially if you use hormonal contraceptives that contain progesterone alone. Hormonal birth control that contains progesterone alone can cause menstrual cycles to become irregular, become fewer or more, very short, appear spots when not menstruating, or not menstruating at all. Hormonal birth control which contains estrogen and progesterone is less likely to cause menstrual cycle disorders. In fact, sometimes combination birth control pills can be used to help make menstrual cycles more regular.
You should first decide which birth control pills you want to use. In using birth control pills, you do not need to adjust to your menstrual cycle. You just need to make sure you take your birth control pills every day at about the same time, and immediately continue with a new pack of birth control pills once the birth control pills run out. In the Combination Pill, there are 7 pills that are different in color from the other pills. Pills are pills that do not contain hormones (placebo). When you take the combination birth control pills, menstruation will generally occur when you take this placebo pill. However, if you do not experience menstruation while taking the placebo pills, you still have to take a new packaged birth control pill after the placebo pill runs out.
You can consult again with your midwife or obstetrician about how to use birth control pills correctly.
Here is an article that you can read about the benefits of birth control pills and the side effects of birth control pills
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