I began this birhcontrol 3 months ago for my upcoming wedding. I have never been on birthcontrol before and I have never had sexual intercourse. The first 2 months on this drug I had intermittent bleeding and my periods were longer than normal. My Physician said this was fine as long as there was a pattern, this month I started bleeding 2 weeks before I was suppose to and I am not sure yet if it is just spotting or actually a period. My wedding is next week, how can I be certain that I am not going to get pregnant and that the pill is working the way it is suppose to? Do I need to use another form of birth control on my honeymoon?
Usually after 2-3 packs of Pills you will start to cycle like you are supposed to. Have you been on any antibiotics during this past three months because that will throw off your cycle as antibiotics decrease the effectiveness of the Pill. Talk to your Dr again. This may not be the right Pill for you. As far as pregnancy protection, when I worked family planning we told our women that they were protected after their first full pack as long as they take a Pill every day not missing any and as long as they were not on antibiotic therapy. If you feel more comfortable using a back up method until your cycle straightens out then it is ok to do so. Congrats on your upcoming wedding and I commend you for waiting until you are married to become sexually active!!
Use the bc and condoms make sure the cndom is pinched on the end with your tw fingers when rolled on th erect pinis so it doesn't cme off practice in a cucumber or something that dubles pos of not getting preg get regular gynoclogist vist and don't worry it will be beautiful. Remember n yur first time the hymen breaks so keep something on the bed so it doesn't get stained. Don't be scared for your first time enjoy the love making and the comfort of your new husband if you have any questions feel free to private message me ill answer any question u have. And congrats o your wedding that's wonderful
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