This won't do any harm to you but you still need to take one pill every day. Because you took two pills there is a slim chance you may experience abdominal cramping or light bleeding in a few days time.
Do not do that, your birth control pills contain hormones that affect they way your body works. As with all medicines it is dangerous to take more pills than the doctor tells you to take. Taking all the birth control pills at once will likely make you ill and may even require you to go to hospital. Finally if you take them all at once you will not be protected from pregnancy for the rest of the month (they work on a day by day basis).
Nothing. There is no need to take 3 at once because you won't be protected any more than if you took one. Birth control pills are hormones that when taken for a month will help protect you from pregnancy . They have to be taken everyday to work.
You are taking way too much birth control pills at once, which is not good for your body at all. By taking that many pills at once, it is considered overdosing. By doing so, it will not stop any of our bleeding, however, it will make it worse because you are putting too much hormones in your body at once. The breakthrough bleeding will continue. If you miss more than 3 birth control pills, you must throw that pack of pills away and use a back up method such as condoms, until you start a new pack of pills. You are only suppose to take 1 birth control pill everyday at the same time, this is the only way for birth control to be 99.9% effective. Each pill that you miss you substantially reduce the effectiveness of the pill.
Yes you can and I don't reccommend taking 6 at one time.
You have overdosed your system. Because you took 3 pills at once you will finish your pack earlier. You may also experience vaginal bleeding or your period may arrive late.
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no you would not
Yes, if you took four pills at once for emergency contraception, you should continue taking one pill per day until the pack is done. Then start the new cycle of birth control.
A woman can take birth control pills before she has been pregnant once. Sometimes a woman may use birth control pills before a first period, although that is exceedingly rare.
Birth control pills are hormones and will not help you better if you take 4 at one time. You need to take a pill each day for them to work otherwise you are not protected.
Hello. You can skip a period while on birth control pills but constantly skipping periods via birth control pills, isn't recommended. Skipping a period this once will be fine.