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Take 2 Birth Control Pills To Stop Bleeding
This depends on if you on your period or not.
If not on your period
it might take a day or so. ...Read more
Also known as oral contraceptives, birth control pills are highly effective oral medications that use hormones to prevent pregnancy. There are two main types of birth control pills: one with estrogen and progestin (also known as the combination pill) and one with just progestin. The two main ways they prevent pregnancy are: 1) The hormones thicken the cervical mucous, which keeps sperm from entering the uterus on their way to the egg; and 2) By maintaining a level of hormone in the blood stream that prevents the ...Read more
I took emergency contraceptive two weeks in a row now I've been bleeding for almost 2 weeks. Can I take birth control pills to stop the bleeding?
You can but...: You can utilize the oral contraceptive, but Plan B was a hormonal product as well which is why you are having withdrawal bleeding. Consider "riding this bleeding out" and allow the body to reset on its' own. By the way, use a alternative non hormonal contraceptive until this period passes next month. ...Read more
From last two months bleeding only spotting on first day and second day later stops I was taking birth control pills from one year but the problem?
Your question did not come through in its entirety. You may wish to restate.
Menstrual irregularities are not uncommon and anovulatory cycle is a common cause. If you miss more than two periods it would be time to see your doctor. If you do not wish to be pregnant, use contraception all the time. You may consider implanted contraceptive or an IUD.
Consult this site for more information on this topic.
http://www. Nichd. Nih. Gov/health/topics/menstruation/conditioninfo/Pages/causes. Aspx
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I missed my birth control pills for a couple days and now can't stop bleeding, what should I do? Okay so I kind of forget to take my birth control sometimes and after the third day I forget it, it makes me start bleeding. And that lasts about 4 days. But
Generally: Generally if you miss one pill you can double up the next day. If you miss two pills you can double up for two days (two one day and then two the next). If you miss more than two pills you are at risk for pregnancy and should use backup birth control (condoms) for the rest of that month. Missing four pills and then taking four at once will not protect you from pregnancy. Regarding the bleeding, you will probably bleed on and off until you have started your next month of pills. Use condoms and just keep taking one per day. ...Read more
I started a pack of sprintec birth control pills two days later than I was supposed to after finishing a pack of birth control. I was instructed to take 2 active pills for the first two days and then carry on as I normally would. I've had bleeding for alm
My fiancee started take birth control pills since the first Day of menstruation and then the bleeding didn't stop. Is there a problem? Day 13.
Likely normal: Typically women start the pill on the Sunday AFTER their period starts, unless they start their period on Sunday, then they should wait until the NEXT Sunday to start the pills. Her hormones are probably just a little confused right now, and she should finish the pack as directed and start the next as directed and hopefully things will even out by the 3rd pack. ...Read more
What can I do about my irregular cycles? My cycle has been irregular for a number of years. I am 18 and I have gone to the doctor about this, they put me on birth control pills. I would bleed for 21 days or more then stop for two weeks then start again. I
That: That sounds frustrating. Since you failed oral contraceptives, you could ask about a different formula of pill, or you could try an implantable device, such as implanon, which inserts in the upper arm, lasts 3 years, and after the first several months most patients don't have any bleeding, or mirena, (levonorgestrel) which is inserted into the uterus, lasts 5 years, and again after the first several months most women do not have any further bleeding for the 5 years. ...Read more
What are the side effects when you take 2 birth control pills in a day, by mistake? Does it effect your withdrawal bleeding?
Probably okay.: If you accidentally take two birth control pills on the same day, you could have some nausea or vomiting - related to the higher dose. It is unlikely that this will start withdrawal bleeding, though you could possibly get your period a day early. While it's best to take medicines exactly as prescribed, this error will probably not get you into trouble. Stay on track and don't MISS any! Good luck. ...Read more
Can you have intercourse if you have a fibroid? Taking birth control pills to stop the bleeding and I really would like to resume my sex life!!
I have had my period for 3 straight months. What do I do? I started taking Depo-Provera in january and ever since I've had my period every single day. Then my school nurse gave me the birth control pills to stop the bleeding and im on my second trimester
That: That is abnormal to have that much bleeding especially when you are on those medications. As you have had your period for three straight months, please see a family practice or gynecology doctor to have an evaluation. You may need to get your blood level checked. They may need to adjust your medication. If you have pain, light-headedness, or fainting, then you would need to be seen as an emergency. ...Read more
Hi I am on birth control pills and I started a week early and have been bleeding for two weeks now. What is wrong?
DUB: It sounds like dysfunctional uterine bleeding (DUB) which often results from hormonal imbalances during the menstrual cycle. Hormonal imbalance is particularly likely if this is your first cycle or you are just starting to take the pill. Things should normalize on their own. If unexpected bleeding continues for another cycle or two, contact your prescribing physician. Good wishes:) ...Read more
I missed two birth control pills and I doubled them on the third day. I started bleeding the day after I doubled them. Why?
I have started a new type of birth control pills 3 months ago. This month I have started late and I am still bleeding. How can I stop the bleeding fro?
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Is it normal to have breakthrough bleeding 3 months after being on birth control pills? I stop them and start them for 3 days to stop it.
Pill side effects: In the first 1-3 months after starting birth control pills, irregular bleeding (termed "breakthrough bleeding" is common. For almost everyone, periods become very regular and predictable after that time. Write down the dates of bleeding, keep taking the pill at the same time daily (missed pills can cause irregular bleeding), and see your doctor if it persists beyond 3 months. ...Read more
I missed five birth control pills and started bleeding, can I stop the bleeding by taking the missed pills now, or is there any other way to stop it?
Restart pill cycle: Hi. Restart the pill cycle when it's convenient for you to. If you start a new BCP cycle now during the period, you're protected from pregnancy. If you don't, and postpone going back on BCPs, you should use another means of birth control until a couple of weeks after starting back on BCPs. Using combination birth control pills, a period is expected if you miss 5 days of them. ...Read more
I have been on my cycle since septemper none stop how can I stop bleeding every single day? I tried birth control pills that someone gave me, but it didn't work.
I took five birth control pills in one day and since then I haven't stop bleeding. I have continued taking the birth control pill as directed ever since. My question is should I stop taking the pills so the bleeding can stop? What should I do?
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I've been on continuous birth control pills for almost two years. To 'treat' endometriosis. Is it normal to randomly spot/ have breakthrough bleeding?
I started birth control, and waiting exactly One week to have unprotected sex. A week later, I started to bleed while still taking the pills. This bleeding lasted ALL THROUGH the rest of my birth control pills. So I was basically bleeding for two, three w
Bleeding: Is quite common when first starting BC pills. FYI: You are not protected until you have finished 1 complete pack of pills. Go directly into your second pack and consult your GYN. Use pills and condoms. ...Read more
If you have a polyp: That is bleeding get it medically checked. Oral contraceptives are not the answer. ...Read more
I just started using birth control pills about a month ago. I started spotting last week now I've been bleeding for almost 5 days...when will it stop?
Yes: Yes, birth control pills are often used to manage heavy menstrual bleeding. ...Read more
Probably NOT: It adding more hormones on top of hormones go to your GYN Dr for appropriate treatment. ...Read more
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
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