The Correct Way To Take KB Pill?
I use a contraceptive pill, if I use my microginon after menstruation ends, I take one pill in the blue field according to the arrow, then I don’t drink it for 3 months but haven’t expaired, can I take it again after menstruation to start the second pill again? Thank you in advance I am a layman
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Birth control pills are one type of contraception that is widely used because of the ease of use. Although relatively easy to use, and relatively easy to get at drug stores, you need to know, birth control pills are actually not included in the class of over-the-counter medicines. Therefore, to consume it can not be arbitrary. You need to check with your doctor or gynecologist for more in-depth evaluation, whether you are the right candidate to take the birth control pill, or not. Consumption of birth control pills in some sensitive people can trigger side effects, such as allergies, abnormal vaginal bleeding, indigestion, headaches, dizziness, and so on. Consumption of these birth control pills, if not done properly, can also reduce the effectiveness of the pill work, so you will run the risk of having an unplanned pregnancy.
To avoid the risk of abuse, we are not authorized to explain in detail the procedures for taking birth control pills at a free forum like this. In general, as long as the birth control pill has not expired and is still well stored in its packaging, birth control pills can still be consumed again, provided that according to the rules. Now, to find out what the correct birth control pill is like, and whether it is right for you to take the birth control pill or not, you should first visit your doctor or obstetrician at the nearest health facility.
I hope this helps.