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Lost my Pills!
Aug 19, 2011
... Should I start an entirely new pack or wait a week? ... (2 replies)
... I would just like to say GLSheridan that your information has been very helpful to me. You seem to know a lot about BC so thank you alot for all your replies. I know that i must be getting annoying. I will feel much better when i start my period. ... (44 replies)
... c of heavy cramping for 2 weeks of my cycle and my dr. said my pill wasn't strong enough. Usually when you get spotting like that, and you have been taking your pills on time and correctly, your pill isn't strong enough. ... (1 replies)

... how much you bleed. Do not stop taking the pill. You need to give your body about 3 cycles to get used to it. Plan B can effect your cycle too, so maybe that is why your bleeding was diffferent. ... (2 replies)
... I honestly recommend that you contact your physician and ask for a pill switch as this point. You've been worrying about this for sometime, and it's silly to get all upset over something that can be fixed. ... (5 replies)
... I went on BCP at 18 because of irregular periods, but I wasn't just getting them a couple weeks off. ... (4 replies)
... Okay, for a year I was taking lutera, and my period came exactly on the second or third day of my placebo pill. Well, that pill made my face break out horribly so I decided just last month to finally have it switched. ... (2 replies)
... i get extremely sick when my period starts without them, even though I do not have a heavy flow. ... (1 replies)
... I'm 16 and on a new birth control, seasonique. I'm not sexual active and I'm on birth control because about a year and a half ago I had a cyst on my left ovary. The gyn. put me on birth control to regulate my period and get rid of the cyst. ... (4 replies)
... You could possibly have all of those side effects. Then again, you might have none. There is no way to tell ahead of time who will have what side effects, but generally after three to six months of taking the pill, those side effects, if they happen, will subside. ... (2 replies)
... I just had a doctors appointment, and he put me on birth control. Since it was my first GYN appointment I forgot to ask quite a few questions about it... ... (2 replies)
... I think everyone's body reacts differently to all medications but I have to tell you that I was on Yasmin for over 2 years and loved it. ... (5 replies)
... You're not getting annoying, hun. I just don't want you to buy into horror stories that may have no ground. ... (44 replies)

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