If you're already on your period then the pill may reduce the flow of your period but will not stop it. However if you're not on your period you can stop your period by taking the pill but it isn't advisable as a permanent thing.
Yes..it will be very irregular but only temporarily. Then it will go back to how it was before you started on the pill.
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Your symptoms of being on the pill will gradually decrease and you may experience irregular menstrual cycle while your body adjusts to being off the pill.
No, taking laxatives will not stop your period. Your period is determined by your menstrual cycle, taking laxitives has no effect on your cycle at all.
Most pills stop the ovulation cycle and this means that for women who suffer from bad PMT, taking the pill improves their moods. Stopping the pill will allow the cycle to restart.
It worked for me! I was not having a menstrual cycle. My OB prescribed birth control- after one month I had my period- two months later I was pregnant!
No, if a woman has no menstrual cycle then she cannot get pregnant. The menstrual cycle includes ovulation, no ovulation means no pregnancy. This is how hormonal Birth Control such as the combination pill works, it suppresses the menstrual cycles in order to stop ovulation to prevent unintended pregnancy.
It is not effective. You can get pregnant .
Becoming sexually active does not generally change your menstrual cycle. If you are using contraception, such as the birth control pill, coil or Depo Provera injection, then your menstrual cycle can change. Your periods may stop or they could become shorter and lighter in flow.
You can not stop a menstrual cycle without removing your ovaries. Some birth control pills allow you to skip periods, but this does not stop the cycle.
Three or so days. After that you can get pregnant.