birth control


Question by  moneyguy (81)

Is it ok to have a one-day period on birth control?


Answer by  anniekiefera (359)

When a women is on birth control it is very common to have short or missed periods because your body starts to realize there is no need to ovulate and there fore you may not need a period.


Answer by  kjgoulet (460)

Not saying it can't happen or it doesn't happen but usually it's a sign for alarm. If your body hasn't adjusted to the hormones yet it could be just spotting. Sometimes other women starting their period will cause you to spot as well. Just to be safe it might be wise to take a pregnancy test.


Answer by  BellaMarie (109)

When using oral contraceptives, your body is tricked into thinking it is pregnant, ceasing your period. When the 'placebo' pills are taken, bleeding similar to a period will occur. When taking birth control, you can completely eliminate your period or it can be as long as desired.


Answer by  CatherineKlay (440)

Sometimes women are actually prescribed oral birth control to help with unusually heavy periods. So, yes, taking birth control can reduce the length of your period as well as the amount of flow. That said, any change in your bodies norms is something to note and watch. It is always best to consult with your gyn.


Answer by  jmrdflcarpenter (515)

Yes it is. Any kind of birth control can change your period from having it one day to having for 3 weeks straight. It just depends on how your body reacts to that certain type of birth control.


Answer by  cody (1331)

that most likely wasn't a period that was blooding coming out because you are very fertile this happens every now and then and it means that you have the best chance to get pregnant. it happens to everyone once in awhile just keep doing what you were doing its normal

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