Rules For Taking Birth Control Pills?
In the afternoon I want to ask if you have already taken your pill before, is it true that the time period is 7 days if you want to take another new pill strip? If it is less than 7 days as a day / two days before the 7th day, can it cause pregnancy? / What effect can it cause?
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Birth control pills are hormonal pills which help to cycle the hormones in the body, which are reproductive hormones, which aim to prevent pregnancy from taking 21 days and can be done 7 days off or for 7 days using a placebo pill that does not contain this hormone is usually used to avoid oblivion. During this 7-day period, menstrual bleeding will usually occur so that menstrual bleeding will occur and after the new cycle begins, this will be better done so that the effectiveness of the pill is maximum and optimal.
If there is a forgetfulness of drinking within 24 hours you should immediately drink but if more than 24 hours it is necessary to take 2 pills at once but the effectiveness has decreased so it should be combined with other contraceptives such as condoms or counting calendars.
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