Do I start a new pack today or the sunday following which is when I started the pack anyway?
21 Sep 2009
Sometimes when you first start taking Birth control pills you have what is know as break through bleeding. That sounds like what you are describing. It can take up to 3 cycles for your body to regulate to them.If you didn't miss any of the active pills, finish the rest of the pills, active and inactive and then start the new pack after you take the last inactive pill. If you did miss 1 or more, call the doctor for directions on what to do. Try to take them at the same time everyday and you will regulate your cycle more quickly.
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