Started Beyaz A Week Before Period, Should I Still Expect Bleeding?

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Nikki Says:


I just started Beyaz a little over a week ago, knowing I was going to be expecting my period in a week. My doctor said I could start any time I like, though she recommended I start during the first 24 hours when I did start my period. Am I supposed to be worried if I don't quite start on time or is the Beyaz just effective now because it's passed the 7 days and I'll get it later on? I've only fooled around with my boyfriend once after the 7th day but he pulled out... I'm just really new to birth control. Thank you!



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Verwon Says:

Normally, when you start a hormonal contraceptive, it will adjust your menstrual cycle accordingly, so you can expect to have your next regular period at the time the contraceptive allows you to do so, which would be during the placebo pill week.

However, since you are new to taking it, you may still experience breakthrough bleeding, as a side effect for the first few months.


https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Oral_contraceptive_pill/­

Are there any other questions?

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