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Many pill packs are arranged to start on this day. You take your first pill on the first Sunday after your menstruation starts. Use a second birth control method for 7 days if you have sex. Take 1 pill every day for 21 days (3 weeks) in a row. Then don’t take any pills for seven days (week 4).
You’ll get your period during the fourth week while you aren’t taking any pills. It’s important to take. You should have your period while taking these pills. When taking the 21-day form, you will simply not take pills during the last week of your cycle, during which you will have your period. You’ve probably heard that birth control pills can allow women to forgo their periods by taking the active pills continuously (without taking the placebo pills in a 28-day pack.
You have less than a 1% chance of getting pregnant if you use them exactly as directed. That means taking your pill every day. Their effects are easy to reverse, too. You’ll be protected from pregnancy after 48 hours (2 days).
So use another method of birth control (like condoms) if you have penis-in-vagina sex during the first 48 hours. Your nurse or doctor can help you. Cervical cap. The cervical cap is 92 to 96 percent effective with perfect use.
With typical use, it’s 71 to 88 percent effective. Like a diaphragm, a cervical cap covers the cervix to prevent. Combination birth control pills work mainly by suppressing ovulation. In other words, they prevent the release of an egg.
With no egg, fertilization and, subsequently, pregnancy cannot occur. If you take combined hormonal birth control pills that contain both an estrogen and progestin, and have no other options, higher doses of regular birth control pills can be used as an emergency contraceptive. Combination birth control pills prevent your ovaries from releasing an egg. They also slow an egg’s progress through the fallopian tubes, thicken cervical mucus and thin the lining of the uterus. Keep spermicidial foam and condoms in case you forget to take the pill.
Carry your pills with you always. Take your pill at the same time daily. Get your refills soon after you start the last prescription.
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