(Closed) The Pill!!

posted 8 years ago in Wellness
Post # 3
602 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

i was on tricyclen for maybe two years and i skipped the placebo pills maybe like 10 times lol. doesnt do any harm. and we dont use any other form of birth control since im on the pill. since u arent getting married til june that gives you about three months for the pill to really be in your system. skip the placebo pills and enjoy the sex!!

Post # 4
408 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

Wow you are full of questions, lol, but as an experienced ‘pill popper’ let me answer a few 🙂 I take my pill at night when I go to bed. It’s not timed, but it’s nightly within an hour or two every day. I do not use another form of birth control, I’ve never had a problem either.

I don’t think it’s BAD having your period and having sex, but it is definitely messy….have you guys NEVER done it before?? That really may not be the most comfortable time for you OR him. I would ask your doctor, because they will give you the best advice.

Post # 5
826 posts
Busy bee

You can skip periods on your pill.  I recommend skipping them now, so you don’t have to worry about it once you’re married (skipping them now will shift your future periods).  To make things easy, I recommend skipping two periods and doing it this way:

Real Week 1: Pill Week 1 (pack 1)

Reak Week 2: Pill Week 2 (pack 1)

Real Week 3: Pill Week 3 (pack 1) (Do not take week 4, start new pack immediately, but go backwards!)

Real Week 4: Pill Week 3 (pack 2)

Real Week 5: Pill Week 2 (pack 2)

Real Week 6: Pill Week 1 (pack 2) (Do not take week 4, start new pack immediately, go forwards)

Real Week 7: Pill Week 1 (pack 3)

Real Week 8: Pill Week 2 (pack 3)

Real Week 9: Pill Week 3 (pack 3)

Real Week 10: Pill Week 4 (pack 3)

Take all packs after this normally.  If you recalculate your period, it should now fall on a different day.

I take my pill at bedtime

I use both the pill and condoms (Durex Extra Sensitive) 

Post # 7
826 posts
Busy bee

You’re on a triphasic pill.  Each week has a different level of hormones in it.  Going backwards makes the transition from one hormone level to another easier, and it’s the right way to skip multiple periods on a triphasic.  It’s really not hard at all lol.  

Breakthrough bleeding is usually spotting during the week when you would have been taking your placebo.

Just do what I’m saying to do, trust me lol.  If you take your current pack normally, skip the placebos and instead go into pack 2 and take it backwards, and then skip placebos again and go right into pack 3 going forwards, it’ll work out great.  You might get some breakthrough bleeding now when you’re doing the skipping, but you won’t have your period or any breakthrough bleeding later when it matters.   

Post # 8
10649 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: January 2011

I’m a big believer in not doing anything drastically different close to your wedding date (medications, skin care, etc).  My recommendation would be to shift your withdrawal bleeds by altering when you’re off the pill well before your wedding.  With a monophasic pill, one doesn’t even need to skip to a whole new pack, they could just take an extra weeks worth and then stop taking them for a week.  I’d talk to your doctor first though, especially with your type of pill.

Post # 10
826 posts
Busy bee

Eh, I’d still do it.  You don’t have much time to work with.  It won’t affect the efficacy, it might just make your body go a little wonky for a bit (but you will have taken about 2 packs the normal way by the time you get married, so it shouldn’t be too wonky then).

That’s just me, though lol.   

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