Only if you're also taking a break from having sex.
yes it is perfectly fine
Yes. No problem.
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.
That is not likely to be an effective plan.
When you take 28-day birth control, you get a fake period from the hormone levels in your body. Scientists have found this is fine for your body, and will not hurt you.
Yes, you can take the pill a few hours early. Early is not a problem; late is a problem.
Yes, you can take birth control during your period. You should take your birth control as directed regardless of bleeding.
if you have sex and don't take birth control, you may get pregnant. Birth control reduces the risk of pregnancy.
You know, I actually had this happen to me and the answer is yes! The reason why you might have started early could be stress in your life, or a change in hormones. It has happened to me and it was okay. However, if your period continues to be all over the place, then please speak to your gynecologist!
You take birth control as scheduled regardless of bleeding.
No. But they can be educated on the importance of birth control.
I've done it before, and it's okay. :-)