I have been taking aubra birth control pills for 3 weeks now. I am on my 4th week (brown pills) i am on the 3rd day of the week and i have not gotten my period. Should i be worried?
No, as long as you have taken all the active pills correctly. It can take a few days for your period to start. It probably wont come on the first day or two. You have the whole fourth week to start. It doesnt matter when it starts, just keep taking them and start the new pack whether or not you have bled or even if you havent finished bleeding. It can take a few months for your body to get adjusted and on occasion, you may miss a period. If you miss two in a row, however, you should see your Dr and pregnancy should be ruled out. You have a less then 1% chance of pregnancy if you take your pills correctly. The Pill stops ovulation so if there is no egg released, you cant get pregnant.
- Aubra Information for Consumers
- Aubra Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Aubra (detailed)
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