It all Depends If Your Doctor Will Give It To You Early
Yes you can.
Yes, you can take the pill a few hours early. Early is not a problem; late is a problem.
Yes. No problem.
Of course they can..Birth control does not affect your virginity in any way!
You can get the birth control injection in the same arm every time for years. There is no medical need to rotate injection sites.
birth control doesnt usually ever cause problems other than the depo provera shot causes weight gain
Well, when I went to get my birth control I had to take a pregnancy test first & I asked why & they said if I was already pregnant & they put me on birth control it could kill my baby. So im assuming yes.
No it is not okay. If birth control pills are not taken everyday at the same time, you will increase your chances of pregnancy. The only way for birth control to be 99.9% effective you must take your birth control everyday at the same time. If you find it difficult remembering to take your birth control as directed, you should speak to your physician about trying a different method of birth control, such as an IUD, or the Depo Vera shot. In the meanwhile find a time that is convenient for you to take your pill. Try taking your birth control everyday at 7 AM for example.
It can take anywhere from 1 month to 18 months....so my doctor says :/
Because you took your non active pills instead of the active pills this has basically interfered with birth control protecting you against pregnancy and has also messed up your cycle. You must ALWAYS take birth control as prescribed. You need to use a condom for the next 4 weeks to prevent pregnancy and take your birth control as normal.
Yes, you can take birth control during your period. You should take your birth control as directed regardless of bleeding.
Why would you want to? There is really no need to take them at all... other than to keep you in a routine.