Yes, if you skip the placebo pills and start a new pack, you will run out of your pill prescription one week earlier. For some women, that's not a problem; for others, their insurance may prevent them from picking up a pack a week earlier. Contact your pharmacist to find out if you can get your next pack a week early; if not, ask your prescriber to write the prescription to allow you to skip placebos if you want.
It is possible to "skip" menstruation by not taking the placebo birth control pills and instead starting a new pack.
you will get your period when you start taking your "period" placebo pills in your pack
You can delay your period by not taking a break between the packs of pills. To do this you must take your birth control everyday and at the same time everyday. By doing this you have 99.9% protection from pregnancy. When you get to the day that you would begin your placebo pills, you must begin your new pack of active pills at the same time you have been taking your birth control. By skipping the placebo pills and starting your new pack of active pills, this will delay your menstrual cycle from starting that month.
The purpose of taking placebo is so that a person can think that they are doing the real thing. This is a pill.
Sometimes it can delay ur period but it wont stop it ... the shots stops ur period for three months tho Actually, if you're on the mono kind of pill you can choose when to have your period by simply starting a new pack when you reach the placebo week. If you've been taking the pill for a few months you shouldn't get your period until a couple of days after not taking it.
You should still get a period while taking birth control pills. Your period usually occurs during the placebo week of pills. If the birth control was not taken properly, then there may be a chance of pregnancy, which delays your period. If you have not gotten your period during the placebo week, your should take a pregnancy test.
Your period usually comes during the placebo pills week(sugar pills).
Skipping your period by taking extra birth control pills or fewer placebo (sugar) pills lowers, not raises, your risk of pregnancy.
Most likely the pill will force your period to move up to the days when you are taking the placebo (inactive pills) in your pill pack.
Your period should start during the week that you take your placebo pills. If you do not get your period during the placebo week, you should take a pregnancy test to be on the safe side. However, sometimes when starting birth control, your period may not come as expected because your body is trying to adjust to the hormones. Be sure that you take your pills every day at the same time so that you are 99.9% protected, and so that your menstrual cycle does not become irregular.
I'm wondering the same thing. My doctor suggested skipping the placebo week and starting into a new pack but that there might be spotting and it could throw off your cycle for the next three months. This would still be a better option than taking the sugar pills early because your period wouldn't start right away anyway and it might still carry on into the next week.
keep taking your active pills, your cycle will balance itself out after a few months of being on bc pills