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Started pill one week after period

Unread postby HealthForum » Sat Mar 26, 2011 8:08 pm

I may have misinterpreted how to start taking the pill for the first time. I waited until after my period was over(one week later) and started taking it. I think I may have started it wrong. Can I continue to take my remaining pills or start over and take it the first day of my period? Knowing I should have started it on the first day or within /in 24 hours of my period makes me concerned.

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Re: Started pill one week after period

Unread postby ChrisGalang » Sun Oct 23, 2011 2:20 am

It will change your cycle if you take them a week late, but I don't know if it will after just one month. I know because I missed a week before and started the next week and it changed mine, but it may have taken two months....

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Re: Started pill one week after period

Unread postby Nestpillmart » Tue Feb 17, 2015 11:31 am

now, you should continue the therapy as per the dosage guideline. As you may have misinterpreted your days but you can continue the calculation of periods to take the medicine.

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Re: Started pill one week after period

Unread postby Shree1990 » Fri Aug 25, 2017 11:49 am

It depends on the pill. It is best to not take a chance with that. It wreaks havoc on your system. I got pimples, my moods were all over the place. I got it checked out and my doctor told me very firmly that if I do not understand the drug like a doctor, I should not be experimenting with it.

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