that's bad and just don't try it
sure, that is a whole point of birth control
All of them! If you are trying to get pregnant you do not want to take birth control pills. Their whole purpose is to prevent pregnancy.
? Is this question asking if you can get preg ? Yes, you can. If you missed a whole month.
Nothing. You might get sick though. Don't do it though.
That is exactly what it is supposed to do, yes. The whole idea is to regulate your period so that you don't get pregnant as easily. Birth control pills are made from female hormones.
You'll get sick. Some of those pills are a placebo. That means they don't do anything. If your body can't keep up with those hormones on a regular basis without a break, then how is it going to handle a major overdose?
Yes, hormonal birth control has a major effect on the body as a whole so birth control pills can cause a wide range of symptoms - including nausea, fatigue, and dizzy spells. If you suspect your pill is causing these side-effects stop using the pill and talk to your doctor about finding another brand of pill, type of pill, or another birth control method.
Birth control pills are taken by mouth and swallowed with a liquid. In late 2003, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a spearmint-flavored chewable birth control pill called Ovcon 35. These pills contain the same hormones, progestin and estrogen, that are present in standard birth control pills. Packages contain 21 active pills and 7 inactive pills to be taken throughout one menstrual cycle. You may chew the pills or swallow them whole. If you chew the pill, you should drink 8 ounces of water afterward to make sure the full dose reaches your stomach. The chewable version has similar side effects to other birth control pills, such as an increased risk for blood clots, heart attacks, and strokes. It works just as well.
Hi there - Birth control pills When a woman gets her period, it's well AFTER ovulation has occurred. Menstruation occurs when an existing ovum is not fertilized and it and the endometrial material is expelled from the body. Birth control pills prevent ovulation from occurring earlier in the cycle by "tricking" your body into thinking it is pregnant.
Doesn't work like that, read the label.
I'm not on the brand of birth control pill, but I find it's usual for my period to take up to 4 days to come once I start the white pills.
Go see your gyno and discuss other contraceptives. There's a whole bunch of them. Until then use condoms.