Doctor insights on: Is it okay for my girlfriend to take her birth control 3 hours late
Contraceptiion is a means of preventing conception (or fertilization). There are hormonal and non hormonal methods of preventing sperm and egg from meeting. Talk to your doctor or clinic about what options are best for you. There are short acting methods (condoms, pills, patch, ring) and long ...Read more
I had sex noveember 6 had my november cycle but my december cycle have not came. I'm two weeks late. I been cramping for three weeks but no cycke, I take birth control, could I be pregnant?
Not impossible: Pregnancy is not impossible on birth control, but if used properly, most methods make pregnancy very unlikely. Some types of birth control cause menstrual irregularity especially early-on. Specifically the "mini-pill, " (progesterone only) and the depo provera (medroxyprogesterone) shots will often make cycles less frequent. You may try asking again and specifying what type of birth control you take in the question. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How close to the same time each day do you need to take birth control (combination pill)? Is there a window of hours late that is regularly okay?
My shot still hurts! I take the birth control shot on my butt, and it usually only huurts a few hours. Its been three days and it rlly hurts. It also bled alot, and its purplish. Why is this?
It: It sounds like you developed a hematoma (bruise) where the injection was given. Usually it will resolve within a week. Analgesics like tylenol (acetaminophen) or advil will help. Also cool compresses to the area will ease your symptoms. If the area hurts more, gets very red, or tender to the touch, then you may be dealing with an infection and you should see your doctor right away. ...Read more
No: If you miss 24° then there is a problem, but five hours, no. ...Read more
How quickly does it take for sprintee birth control to start working? I waited 7 days, but the day before I was an hour late.
I just remembered to take my birth control and I'm 5 hours late taking it. Should I take it as soon as possible or take two tomorrow?
Take now: Taking it 5 (or 6) hours late is better than 24 hours late. This should not affect effectiveness. See http://www. Fitsugar. Com/what-do-when-you-miss-taking-birth-control-pill-18453590 for details. ...Read more
Sometimes I take my birth control a hour or two late or I forget and take it the next day along with my pill for that day. Am I still protected?
Yes: Yes but I would avoid missing the day. Taking it at different hours does not have any effect. I would create a time to take it everyday to be safe. Like in the morning when brushing your teeth. ...Read more
If I take 1 birth control pill 3 hours late, did I just mess up the whole month of birth control or can I resume the normal time the next night?
Birth control: You can resume the next night without a problem ...Read more
I was 4 hours late taking my birth control (vestura), usually take it at 7pm but wasn't home and took it at 11pm, does this make it ineffective?
No: 4 hours will not effect it.Get a more detailed answer ›
If I take my birth control (Reclipsen) and hour and a half later than usual one day, and 30 minutes late the next day, is it still just as effective?
The time variation you mentioned should not affect the effectiveness of the pill.
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No: It isn't.Get a more detailed answer ›
Usually it's not: It is best to take oral contraceptive pills about the same time every day to maintain a steady level of hormones in your body and block ovulation. A few hours early or a few hours late are not likely to cause a problem. Consider switching to a Long-Acting-Reversible-Contraceptive like an intrauterine device or a subdermal implant. These LARCs are your most effective methods to prevent pregnancy ...Read more
No worries: Generally there is nothing to worry about if you take your bcp a few hours late or a few hours early. That being said it is better to take the pill around the same time each to help you remember to take it. There are a few woman who with even a few hours of variation will get spotting from break through bleeding. ...Read more
You're fine: If you take your pill within 12 hours of your usual tie, there is not any effect on efficacy. If you are in the 12-24 hour range of usual time, tiny drop in effectiveness. Once you are over a day late, there is a small but definite effect and you should consider a back-up form of contraception. Finally, if over 2 days late, consider that cycle uneffective - you may ovulate and get pregnant. ...Read more
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