Rules For Taking The Right Birth Control Pill?
I want to ask. My husband has been working for months now. I didn’t work when I was at work. Just at home, we are pills. In November my menstruation on 25th was completed on 30th. I saw the pill on Friday 30th, I started the Saturday pill which was still in the menstrual time area. And now on December 10, I am menstruating again. The question. Did I take the wrong pill in my usual 7hr mens cycle? It was 5 days. What might the effect of exhaustion become menstruating again?
Hello Denok, Thank you for the question.
Sorry I do not understand your explanation regarding the consumption of birth control pills that you do. Here is information on how to take birth control pills that I can deliver:
birth control pills consist of two packages namely 21 pills, all of which are hormone pills, and 28 pills, consisting of 21 hormone pills and 7 empty pills / placebo
You have to take birth control pills starting from hormone pills. This pill is consumed every day at the same hour until it runs out, then followed by an empty pill. If you take 21 pills, after taking them you don't need to take any pills for 7 days before taking the new pill.
Birth control pills should be taken on the first day of menstruation so that you are immediately protected from pregnancy. If you take this pill at other times, you must use other methods of contraception such as condoms until you have consumed this pill for 7 days
You will experience menstruation usually a few days after you finish taking the hormone pill
If you experience faster menstruation, there may be errors in taking birth control pills. In addition, if you have excessive physical activity, high stress levels, follow a strict diet, are ill, and others, you can also experience menstrual disorders.
Menstrual time for 5 days is not a menstrual cycle. Menstrual cycle is the distance between one menstruation with another menstruation, calculated from the first day of menstruation until the first day of the next menstruation. Normally the menstrual cycle between 21-35 days. Less menstrual periods usually do not reflect a certain medical condition. What should be more worrying about menstrual complaints is if the menstrual period is longer than 7 days, the amount of menstrual blood is more, or experiencing pain during heavy menstruation.
To get clearer information about using birth control pills, you should consult an obstetrician and gynecologist.
Please also do the following suggestions:
do not do excessive physical activity
avoid strict diets
manage stress well
Hopefully this information is useful.