Are menstrual cycles regular after discontinuing birth control pill?

Maybe. If your menstrual cycles were "regular" before the use of the pill, yes. If they were :not regular", no. Difficulties with ovulation were often reasons to start the pill by md's "to regulate the cycles" however it did not "cure" the problem as it re-occured after pill cessation.

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Menstrual bleeding sort of randomly, while on birth control pill?

Breakthrough. Btb or breakthrough bleeding happens in 10% of starters on the pill. It resolves by the 2nd or third month when taken consistently. After 3 months it's recommended to rule out other causes of bleeding such as improper use of the medication, polyps and infection. Changing the type of pills may help after these cause have been ruled out. Consult with the prescribing caregiver. Read more...

Does birth control pill help with menstrual symptoms?

Some do. Some don't. Different brands of pills have varying effects, so one should ask a women's health provider who prescribes them and also enter the name of the oral contraceptive to search for more information on a site like this: http://www.Nlm.Nih.Gov/medlineplus/druginformation.Html" rel="nofollow" targ. Read more...
Yes. Short answer is yes - for both bleeding and pms symptoms. Frequently pms symptoms, which usually are confined to the pill free days, are even further improved with the pill, if one uses the 24 or 26 day extended pills or the pill is used continuously. Read more...

Why does one have to take birth control pill on the first day of menstrual cycle?

Doesnt have to be. Birth control pills are most effective when taken early in a menstrual cycle. But day 2, 3 or 4 is ok. This is done to prevent the brain from sending signals to the ovary to make an egg. Those signals begin very early in the menstrual cycle. By starting early you decrease that effect. Therefor ovualation is less likely and the endometrial lining stays thin. Read more...

Hello. I recently stopped taking the birth control pill (2 or 3 months ago) and this month the menstrual cramps I am experiencing are really severe.?

Dysmenorrhea . Birth control pills not only regulate and lighten your period but they do markedly decrease the cramps that accompany it. Dysmenorrhea is the name for painful periods, and you may want to consider resuming your pills if your periods continue to be very painful . Read more...

If I am on the birth control pill and I start my menstrual cycle three days early, could the pill not be working? Could I be pregnant?

Asked and Answered. No. As you have been told bleeding is not in any way a sign of pregnancy. Even on birth control please ask a new question or give other patients time to ask their questions on this incredible application. If you doubt this answer then fourteen days after your sexual encounter you can do a pregnancy test. Read more...

Is it normal to experience several days of extremely heavy menstrual flow with clots and flooding during the placebo week of the birth control pill

Timing yes amount no. That is the correct time to have your cycle while on birth control. Periods are usually a lot lighter on birth control. If this is a new pill it may take a few months. If this is a repitive pattern you may consider changing brands or methods. Read more...