I've been on monophasic combined bc pills for over a year.
I had my period, started a pack. When I got to the end of that pack, I skipped that period and started a new one.
I just finished that second pack today and I want to skip my period for the second time. I've only ever skipped one and I'm worried about how it will go.
Is this safe? Do you think I will have spotting?
Skipping periods on birth control?
Perfectly safe. There is no need for you to have a period every month when you're on birth control. There are pills that you take for 3 mos then have a week break. Whenever you do it, it might not work because your body wants to spot, but there is no way of knowing if that will happen or not.
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