... upcoming cycle. My question is if I start taking it now will it really delay my upcoming period or am I wasting my time?
TriNessa - I had my menstrual cycle 10 days ago. I was just prescribed this bcp as a way to delay my
- 24 Dec 2015 by 123start
- 25 Dec 2015
- trinessa, menstruation, prescription, period
Added 24 Dec 2015:
On a side note there is no chance of me being pregnant. And this is the first time using this birth control. I've only used bcp once about 8 yrs ago. We have a vacation coming up and having my heavy menstrual cycle would be very inconvenient.
123start Yes if the trip is during this cycle you should be on it now. and Remember because you don't take them all the time you want to take them at about the same time every day.And don't miss any doses and it should get you through your trip without all the trouble. Good luck and enjoy your trip and hope it does it for you. Merry Christmas and a healthy and happy NEW YEAR. chuck1957
They list so many side effects and most get hardly any. It's crazy scares people from even using medications. The way it works is if a side effect happend to one birth control that is simular to the one you are on. The company has to list it because they are related even if they never had it happen to there product. This goes with any drug on the market. But the hormones in the one you have are the ones that the body makes pretty much on its own so yu really should not have much problems and if worse comes to worse just stop it but be careful that may activate your period. good luck Chuck1957
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