Which pill day?

CorePress2024-02-10  7

Which pill day?

I just noticed at about 12:40 a.m. that I started bleeding, which means I have to take my first pill. But now I don't know whether I should take the pill for Saturday or for Sunday



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Hello Music34

You take the pill that is labeled with the day you take it.

If you take the very first pill on the first day of your period (you If you have 24 hours to do so, it will protect you immediately.

So that you don't forget the pill, you can save the reminder in your cell phone. You can also put the pack next to the coffee machine, next to the coffee cups. or place it next to the toothbrush.

Our many years of experience have shown that it is safer to take the pill in the morning. You usually get up at the same time and if you get up later on the weekend the time difference doesn't matterIt doesn't matter if the pill leaflet says that you can take a forgotten pill up to 12 hours later (some pills can only be taken up to 3 hours later) without losing protection. Plus, you then have the whole day to take a forgotten pill. In the evening you tend to be out and about and then lose track of time.

Kind regards, HobbyTfz



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Without exception, every pill provides reliable protection from the first day of taking it, if you start taking it on the first day of your period. 

You have 24 hours to do this, because a day is just like that long.

I usually take the pill in the evening

You're already taking the pill, so no first use? What does the start of the new blister have to do with your withdrawal bleeding during the break?

All the best to you!



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I've been taking the pill for a year and as far as I know you can start a new oneLister packs as soon as the abortion bleeding starts. Since I started bleeding at midnight, I wasn't sure which day I should take the pill. But since it didn't start until after midnight, I decided to take the pill for Sunday. I just hope it was the right decision.



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Oh my God - “as far as I know you start a new blister”…

Please read the instructions for your pill urgently.

You take a pill for 21 consecutive days , then you take a 7-day break and start with the next blister on the 8th day - regardless of whether you are still bleeding or not.

You can shorten the break without any problems, but when you take it as intended, there will be a " monthly rhythm”; three weeks on, one week off and so on. You always take the first pill on the same day of the week and the last pill (on a different) same day of the week and the bleeding also appears approximatelyer on the same day of the week. This regular rhythm makes it easier for you to take it correctly.



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? My gynecologist with whom I had a consultation told me that I should start a new blister as soon as I had my first bleeding.



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Yes - when you start the pill/first use, when you take the pill for the very first time.

After that it is described in the package insert, just as I explained it.



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That depends on whether you want to take the pill early in the morning or in the evening



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I usually take the pill in the evening, so I might as well take it now. But I don't know if it would be right if I took the pill on Saturday



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+/ - 2 hours would be 22:40-02:40

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