... while I was still taking the pink pills. (I haven't had any side effects from the pill- like spotting, etc.) I thought Jolessa was supposed to stop me from having a period every single month??
19 Oct 2009
ohandsuddenly; This is very normal when you first start taking Birth control. Your periods will start becoming less and less over time. I would give it at least 6 months. If you are still getting a monthly period I would call the Dr. Remember having alot of stress in your life can also affect what the pills are trying to do.Good luck.
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