It depends. It depends on whether you can be sure you're not pregnant--no sex in the last month, consistent birth control. If no risk of pregnancy, you can do a "quick start" and start anytime. Many doctors advise starting on the first day of a period. Use back up birth control for 7 days if you start anytime other than day 1 of your period.
Yes. You can change the time of day you take bcp when you start a new pill pack. You just need to be consistent with the time of day you take the pill in a given pack to get the best pregnancy prevention, and to have less chance of getting break through bleeding.
Preferably. As with any medication, maintaining a circadian (daily) rhythm helps maximize the efficacy of ocps too. That does not mean that you should stress out about a couple of hours off each day, rather make a habit of taking them with breakfast daily. If you miss one day, take two the next.
What effects or is there any consequences to not taking the birth control pill at the same time every day?
BCP timing. Pregnancy could be one. Let us know. But not likely.
Can I take my birth control pill at a different time each month. 7pm one month, 8am the next month? Alesse 28 bc pill
Yes. It doesn't matter what time of day you take the pill, but once you decide on a time you should take your pill about the same time every day to minimize the risk for breakthrough bleeding.
Yes. Yes, that should be fine.
Risky. You should take your medications at roughly the same time to allow for steady blood levels.
I have been bleeding for 17 days now. How do I get it to stop? What could be wrong with me? I take lessina birth control pill at the same time every d
See your doctor. Symptoms and concerns like these mandate a thorough evaluation by your doctor. Only after such an evaluation, which may include labs and radiographic examinations, can he/she let you know what's going on and how best to help you.
See your GYN. Breakthrough bleeding on ultra-low dose pills is not uncommon. Presuming you are not pregnant, your gyn may be able to prescribe some supplementary estrogen on a short term basis to correct the problem. If it recurs frequently a change to a different formulation of birth control pill may be in order.
I took my birth control pill at 9 pm and I also had dinner around that time, I got diarrhea 2-3 hours later because of the food I ate, am I protected?
Diarrhea. Yes, but why eat at 9 p.m.?
Chances of getting pregnant when taking birth control pill at same time daily and using pull out method every time?
Very, very little. Wouldn't worry. In real life, a woman properly taking birth control pills has a very low chance of pregnancy. Combine that with the "pull-out" method, and she will have very, very little chance of pregnancy. Life can be surprising sometimes, so in the rarest of occasions a woman in such a situation might become pregnant... but that's life.