I've been on birth control for about 4 months, I've always gotten my period on inactive pill days. This month I got my period early while I'm still taking the dark blue active pills. Is that normal?
This is normal. It happens on occasion. You didnt miss any did you? Sometimes if you miss or are late in the last week of active pills, it can bring on your period early and sometimes it just happens for no apparent reason. At only 4 mos of use, your body is still adjusting to the hormones. Sometimes you may have breakthrough bleeding (bleeding during the active pills) or you may skip a period or just have spotting during your inactive week and this is ok too. Just keep taking your pills as they come in the pack-dont alter how you take them-keep taking the dark blue pills until they are gone then take the inactive ones as scheduled. At this point, you just take them as they come in the pack no matter what your body is doing. Since you bled early, you may not have bleeding during the week of inactives but no worries, it doesnt mean anything other than your cycle is a little off this month.
I've been on the birth control since 2015 I've noticed that my period wa s around my birthday in Feb first week of Feb birthday week which was super bowl this year. Now March 14th yesterday I started my period 2nd week of the white pills. This is normal right? I barley have cramps on the pills anymore. But period pads agervate the area down there I wear liners most of the time now. But my hands feet swell up really bad. I've not missed a pill so far yet in this or the last pack. my boyfriend had a besctamie in 2011 so he can't get me pregnant.
Hello. I have the same question. I have been on birth control for 2 years (OCPs), always getting my period in the placebo week, but I began bleeding a day before ending the active pills. This has never happened before. I have never missed a pill; sometimes take it 30 min before or after the usual time. I also have some mild cramping. It feels like a period but definitely concerned about pregnancy or another underlying cause. Help!
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