You can take your Birth Control at any time that is convenient for you, as long as you take your birth control every day at the same time.
If you had missed a pill or been late with a pill, causing you to take the morning after pill, then you should use a back up method of birth control for the next seven days. If you didn't forget a pill or take a pill late, then I'm not sure why you took the morning after pill, but the birth control pill will still be effective even though you took the morning after pill. The morning after pill doesn't make the birth control pill less effective.
If all of the pill is still there and you take all of it, yes.
The longer you wait to take the MA Pill the less effective it becomes. In the first 24 hours, Plan B is highly effective. If taken in the first 72 hours (3 days) it drops to 88% up to 120 hours (5 days) about 50% effective.
Yes, many women stop menstruating while taking the pill.
Hi, If you take one pill a day late then this can have a effect for the next 7-14 days on how effective the pill will be during this time at preventing pregnancy for you. Because of this you need to use a condom for this time frame and also continue taking your pills one daily.
Sure you can. Even if you take your pill everyday at the same time as recommended, there is still a chance you can get pregnant. Of course, many don't take their pill at the same time each day and sometimes forget a day or two. No contraception is 100% effective. Your chance is very low if you take it as recommended, but there IS still a chance of pregnancy.
Yes, the birth control pill will be effective at any time that you choose that is convenient for you. However, you must take your birth control pills everyday at the same time in order for it to remain effective.
Yes, it is still OK. However, to achieve the highest percentage of reliability, it is advised to take the pill at the same time every day. The more varied the your schedule in taking the pill, the more you lower the pill's reliability.
As long as you take it at relatively the same time every night, it should still be effective. Just don't fluctuate more than a couple hours.
If you take it out a day late, you have no decrease in effectiveness. Insert your next ring on your normal schedule.
i am taking Cilest but forgot to take one pill on the day 13 and now late 4 days in my free week
You should take "the pill" for at least one full cycle for you, or to be on the safe side 30 days, before having unprotected sex. This will allow the pill to have enough time to be effective. If you are asking if the pill will cause to not have children, when you are ready to have children at a late time, then no. It will not prevent you from being able to have children.