Can birth control pills stop my period?

Sure. If you take them without the placebo/iron pills each cycle x3, you can only have your period every 3 moths safely. Talk to your gynecologist before trying this, as it may not be the best idea for you.

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Can doubling up on active birth control pills stop your period?

No. Doubling up on active pills will stop break thru bleeding on the pill, you should not do this without the supervision of your doc, if you want to stop your period , you do not take the placebo pills start a new pack of active pills an if it works right you will not get a period. Read more...

When you stop birth control pills can they make u not get a period but still ovulate?

Possibly. Some patients may not have a period after they stop birth control pills and may have ovulated in the first month. This does not always happen but could occur in some women. Read more...

How can I stop my period if im on birth control pills?

Skip placebo pills. Every oral contraceptive has a few pills at the end of the pack that are mostly placebo. Some pill types have 4 days of placebo, some have 7. Either way, it is ok to occasionally skip these placebo pills and instead start a new pack of pills. This will effectively skip your period! best of luck. Read more...

I started my period to early. If I take a few birth control pills will it stop it?

Depends. The bigger question is what caused you to start it early and how early you started it. Pills may or may not stop it. It is also important to know whether your periods are usually regular or irregular and if you are sexually active as well as what you use for contraception and what other medicines you take or if you have any medical problems. Wish I could help more. Read more...