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bear14 asked:

12 Oct 2010

ortho tri cyclen lo birth control

hey does anyone know when on this pill, when a period should start? when i was on brevicon, it started on monday.....but it is now tuesday and still no period (i started the placebo pills on sunday).....i know some don't start until later....but i would like to know so i can make sure i'm ready for it.



mistress1209 says:

Posted on 12 Oct 2010

changing from one birth control pill to another can definitely change your cycle to some extent. this occurs particularly (but not limited to), if your pill has a different composition this time. I used to be on a specific brand but switched to another when it was all of a sudden unavailable in most drugstores. The new brand differed by just one of its hormonal composition from my usual brand and my next period came about 3-4 days late--already on placebo. Always read the leaflet that comes with the pack so you'll know when to check with your gynecologist in case anything peculiar comes on.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 12 Oct 2010

every pill has different hormones and effects to them. i have a low dose pill and my period doesn't usually start till about 2 or 3 days into the 'sugar' pills. then it's almost over by the end of them.


mistress1209 says:

Posted on 12 Oct 2010

..don't worry, once your body adjusts, your cycle regularizes.

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