I started taking Aubra in early November. Before I took the pill I would rarely get my period at all (maybe once or twice a year). Since I've started taking Aubra my period has practically been non-stop. At first I figured it was my body getting use to it. I read on the pamphlet included in the packs that it could take 1-3 packs before my body was use to the pill. Only a few pills after I started my first pack I started having my period and it continued throughout that whole pack. It stopped for a week when I started my second pack but started again during my active pills on my second pack. My period was ending once I got to my placebos on this pack but I decided to continue taking them as normal to try and avoid confusing my body more. I've taken 2 but am wondering if it would be okay to skip them now and start a new pack as my period has only gotten heavier since taking them. Should I stop taking the pills or should I wait out the 3rd month to see if it stops?
Its not your period, its break thru bleeding because you have to get used to the pill. You only get your period when you are on the placebos. You are never going to get used to them if you make up your own schedule. Take them the way they come in the packs until your body stabilizes on them .
- Aubra Information for Consumers
- Aubra Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Aubra (detailed)
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