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... probable in fact, that this pill is too low of a dose for you and that's why you keep bleeding. My suggestion is that you go back to the doc and get on regular ortho tri cyclen, not the low dose, and see if that works better. ... (1 replies)
... As long as you start your new pill when you would have started your next pack of Seasonale, you'll be covered. ... (1 replies)
... It is VERY difficult to skip periods with a pill like OTC. I've never met anyone who has successfully skipped a period on a triphasic pill. You may bleed for the entire length of the cycle, until you allow your body to have a regular period. ... (3 replies)

... Anyhow, NOT having a period will not hurt you and in the opinion of many doctors, is beneficial. ... (2 replies)
... Yes, you should ideally get your period sometime during the inactive tablets, but it's not uncommon to skip a period when first starting the pill. Also, it can take several cycles for PMS symptoms to alleviate, and they usually don't go away completely. ... (7 replies)
Skipping Period
Aug 10, 2007
... I am on Ortho Tri Cyclen and I skip all the time using the pill method. When I finish one pack, I immediately begin another the day after. ... (1 replies)
... Not everyone is a great candidate for skipping their periods on the pill...and you may not be. Have you spoken to your doctor about wanting to skip your periods? ... (3 replies)
... It's very difficult to skip a period on a triphasic pill like Ortho Tri-Cyclen. You can skip the inactive tablets and start a new pack to try to skip your period, but it's likely that you'll spot/bleed anyway. (4 replies)
Skipping periods?
Dec 29, 2004
... I am on ortho tri cyclen lo and was very unsucessful skipping my period since it is a triphasic pill. I got my period for 10 days straight and it was awful. The only thing I can do is switch the week I get my period. ... (3 replies)
... way through the second pack and then again when I was on my placebo week, so it might mess up your cycle. ... (3 replies)
Skipping period
May 12, 2005
... Can you skip your period on othro cyclen? ... (7 replies)
... Cyclen. Skipping periods is usually only recommended for monophasic pills. ... (5 replies)
... Also do you find that your period is heavier then normal when it comes after 3 months? ... (5 replies)
... i actually used to be on ortho tri cyclen lo and switched to zovia because i couldn't effectively skip my period. i tried starting a new pack and skipping the placebo pills, which prevented my period, but then i had breakthrough bleeding for the next 2 and half weeks. it's really not made to skip periods. ... (3 replies)
... phasic pills, you cannot skip your period. i had tried so many times and i wish i hadn't. I ended up spotting for a whole month! it is just not a good idea. ... (5 replies)
... To be honest, doctors don't always know best. Sometimes they're just promoting the latest pill some pharmaceutical company has wowed them with. Mine used to give me free samples of whatever freebies he'd received recently. But anyway, a tri-phasal pill, as you know, is pretty impossible to skip a period with and I think your theory will not work because the 3rd phase is... (3 replies)
... cyclen is. You're chances of still having your period anyway are high. People shouldn't recommend it without knowing the differences between the brands. ... (12 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)
... inactive pills will allow you to skip your period. ... (1 replies)
... as the Dr. prescribed, back to back for 3 months skipping the sugar pills. ... (0 replies)

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