While on birth control, your periods should last just as long as when you're not on birth control. Some women regularly experience 2-3 day periods while other women can regularly experience 6-8 day periods.
Birth control is used primarily as a contraceptive, to decrease periods, and to decrease PMS symptoms
You shouldn't be taking birth control if you're not prescribed it. Birth control pills don't stop periods, they stop pregnancy.
It will change your periods but they will still be there but you will just have them at different times of the month.
caused from prenacy or birth control
Hormonal birth control methods, including the pill, can decrease the amount of bleeding and cramping with periods. Some women use them for this purpose and not for birth control.
Well, I have 2 periods per month so, my mom put me on birth control and at first it didn't work but then, it started to work. My periods became lighter and shorter.
If your on birth control you won't get periods. In some cases people can have quite severe periods where a dangerous amount of blood is lost, and some people have painful experiences, so birth control pills can be medically prescribed.
Periods will become frequent with certain birth control medicines, but they also can cause infertiliy.
When you take the birth control pill, you can expect shorter and lighter periods. When you stop the pill, your periods go back to their natural length and heaviness of flow.
Birth control usually helps if one uses it right.
Yes it can.