Doctor insights on:
Sleeping Pills Delay Your Period
Yes: Different birth control methods certainly can, for example the Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) shot ---is Progesterone only. A patient may not resume ovulating after discontinuing this method for many months. Birth control pills vary in type, amount, of estrogen--if any. Progesterone pills vary also. Please remember, that just because you don't have a period, doesn't mean you can't get or aren't already pregnant. ...Read more
Yes, but so can preg: Are you still sexually active? If you've stopped the pill and haven't switched to another method, you might be pregnant, but if this isn't possible, then sometimes the first period is a bit delayed. Use birth control if you're not wanting to be pregnant. There are many options other than the pill. If you want to get pregnant, you should be taking a prenatal vitamin with folate/folic acid. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can taking the Plan B pill while on birth control pills delay your period during the placebo week?
I believe so.: I am not a gynecologist, but my understanding is that Plan B is a high dose of hormones that induce shedding of the lining of the uterus (preventing an egg/embryo from implanting). Taking Plan B while taking placebo (which are sugar pills) will be like taking Plan B by itself. Bleeding based on a new schedule caused by Plan B may be earlier or l8r than usual depending on how ur body reacts. ...Read more
How does taking birth control pills late affect your potential chance of ovulating? could you end up ovulating during your period week?
Absolutely!: After missing 3 pills or stopping, most women with have breakthrough bleeding/an early period. Also, don't count on the pill for birth control. If you're still having sex and don't want pregnancy, choose another method of birth control. If you do want pregnancy, you should take prenatal vitamins with folic acid/folate. ...Read more
It depends..: It will usually be the the same as it was before you were on the pill. ...Read more
Antibiotics should: Not cause your period to be delayed. ...Read more
Yes: If you take birthcontrol pills for a while your lining inside your uterus gets very thin and it is possible to bleed little or none at all especially with the current newer birthcontrol pills. This is normal. If there is any chance you could be pregnant (if you skipped/missed pills, had diarrhea or were on antibiotics) do a test or see your doctor! ...Read more
No: Yo period should be regulated by the pill. If you bleeding is not controlled by the pill then there may be some other problem - see your doctor if it recurs. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Can diet pills delay your period?
- Pills for delayed period
- Using qlaira pill to delay period
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Morning after pill delayed period
- Foods delay your period
- Will stress delay your period
- Things that will delay your period
- How to delay your period on the pill?