If you are talking about the last week in your pill pack, yes, you are supposed to start you period that week. I don't know what they are made of, but they are often called sugar or inactive pills. They aren't always green though. It depends on the kind of pill you have. If you are talking about another week, I don't know what they are made of either, but you aren't supposed to start your period until the last week of your pill pack. Please be aware that not everyone starts their period during the sugar pills, especially when you first start taking the pill. So if you have been taking your pill perfectly, every day no fail and at approximately the same time, chances are you are not pregnant. My first month on the pill I didn't get a period at all and freaked out but the test was negative, the following month I got my period on the third week and it stopped before the sugar pills. Many times it's just your system adjusting to the hormones.
Hello. Yes if you start your pills earlier you will start your period within four weeks. If you miss any pills, you will start your period earlier.
In some birth control brands, the green pills are active pills . In other brands, the green pills are placebos (sugar pills or reminder pills) and that's when you have a withdrawal bleed. Talk to your pharmacist or health care provider to get information specific to your brand of birth control pills.
okay well if the green pills are the ones you take during your period then no, you see the ones you take during your period are empty.
No, the green pills are placebos that are there just as a reminder to stay on track with the rest of your pills.
You don't have to, my period comes 2 days into the sugar pills.
You're supposed to start your period after you start taking the placebo pills. To keep on a routine, you should take the placebo pills on their designated days (the last 7 days of the 28 day cycle).
In some birth control brands, the green pills are active pills and should not be skipped. In other brands, the green pills are placebos (sugar pills or reminder pills) and can be skipped. Talk to your pharmacist or health care provider to get information specific to your brand of birth control pills. If you skip active pills, your period will be early and you increase the risk of pregnancy. If you skip placebo pills, your period will be delayed.
you will get your period when you start taking your "period" placebo pills in your pack
Hi :-) Yes, this is normal. There is no time limit for when you start your period during the sugar pills. As long as you start your period during the seven day worth of sugar pills then this is normal.
You start your period when on the sugar pills. Your period should start within three days of your first sugar pill - the exact time will differ from woman to woman.
You should not be pregnant when you start taking the pills as you start taking them within a week of the start of your period and if you have a period you are 99.5% sure you are not pregnant. However if you are pregnant the pills will have no effect.
This sometimes happens with birth control.