The Procedure For Taking Birth Control Pills During Menstruation?
Hello. I want to ask how to take the pill during menstruation, the menstruation has not been completed, but the placebo pill has finished. Does the active pill need to be taken immediately? or have to stop waiting for her period to finish and then take another active pill?
Thank you for the question.
Birth control pills are one type of contraception that has been chosen to prevent pregnancy due to easy access and use. In this birth control pill, contained synthetic hormones, can be a combination of the hormones estrogen and progesterone, can also only the hormone progesterone. With this synthetic hormone content, birth control pills can prevent pregnancy because of its ability to inhibit ovulation, thicken cervical mucus, while creating an atmosphere that does not support the implantation of fertilization to the uterine wall.
Although it can be obtained easily, it needs to be understood, that birth control pills do not belong to a class of over-the-counter medicines that can be consumed carelessly. Because, not everyone is suitable to use birth control pills. Improper use of birth control pills is very risky to cause you to get pregnant unplanned. In addition, the risk of allergies and other health problems can lurk greater.
Therefore, it needs to be clarified first, before deciding to use birth control pills as an effort to prevent pregnancy, have you checked your doctor first?
If you've checked yourself into a doctor, of course the doctor has taught you what the proper way of taking birth control pills is not? But if not, then we are also not authorized to explain to you the detailed procedures for taking these birth control pills without checking you directly, especially in a free forum like this.
Our advice, check yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician to be taught how to use birth control pills so that they can work effectively to prevent pregnancy huh ..
I hope this helps.