The Rules For Taking Combination Birth Control Pills?
Good afternoon. R nI want to ask about how to use the Pill, currently I am taking the 28-day COMBINATION Pill 1 n1. When I enter the 7th day of the tablet, will it immediately start menstruating or not ?? r n r n2. If it’s menstruation while it’s okay to keep taking the pills ?? r n r n3. If you haven’t menstruation but the pills run out, is it okay if you just drink the 21st pill again? R n r nThank you ..
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Contraception is a proven effective way to regulate pregnancy. There are various types of contraception, one of which is hormonal contraception, for example the birth control pill. Combined birth control pills are composed of the synthetic hormones estrogen and progesterone. This hormone is actually produced normally in a woman's body. With the consumption of this synthetic hormone, it is hoped that the hormonal balance that regulates the menstrual cycle can be modified so that the fertilization process of an egg by a sperm cell can be inhibited.
Combination birth control pills work to prevent pregnancy by thickening cervical mucus, inhibiting the ovulation process, and also thinning the uterine wall so that it is not ready for conception. With proper use, birth control pills are very effective at preventing pregnancy, even up to 99%.
Consumption of birth control pills is actually done regularly every day at the same time regardless of your menstrual cycle. It is not certain when you will have your period while taking birth control pills.
However, you also need to know that before taking birth control pills, you need to check with your doctor first. This examination is done to assess whether you are a good candidate for taking birth control pills or not. Because, birth control pills are not over-the-counter drugs that can be used by anyone without a doctor's instructions. In some conditions, consumption of birth control pills is contraindicated in women who have a history of allergies to the components of birth control pills as well as women who have a history of certain diseases, such as deep vein thrombosis, angina, stroke, diabetes with circulatory disorders, migraines with visual symptoms and cultural disorders, bleeding. vaginal discharge for which the cause is unknown, and so on. With this in-person doctor's examination, you will be told how to take the correct birth control pill. Therefore, check yourself directly to the nearest doctor.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah