I am due to finish my current pack of the Pill on Monday, and my period should be next Friday-Tuesday (during my Pill free week). I have been on it for just under a year now and have one more pack which I am due to start on Tuesday 7th April (which is my last pack before I was due to go back to the nurse to get some more), however I have just realised that I cannot find it anywhere, so either I have lost it or it is still in my uni room! I am not back at uni until 13th April and will not be able to get to the nurse to get more until at least 14th, what should I do? It would basically mean having a much longer pill free break than usual, at least two weeks. If I did manage to get more pills as soon as I get back to uni, am I ok to take them then? How severely will it mess up my periods and hormones and stuff? Sorry I'm just really panicking. I won't see my boyfriend until we're back at uni anyway and we always use protection alongside the Pill. I just wondered what would happen and what to do if I can't find them in time, which I really doubt will happen. I'd appreciate any insight you can give me! Uni is really far away from home so I can't really go back to see if they're there. Will I be ok just having a longer break and starting them again as soon as I can (mid-April) or should I be worried about more serious consequences?View Thread
You should be concerned because of the heavy bleeding. Chaning a super plus tampon three times in an hour is definitely not normal. I would say the fatigue, shaking and weakness are caused by anemia which in turn is caused by the neavy bleeding. You need to see your doctor.View Thread
Regarding the heavy period, I had one like that. I was going through a super plus tampon every 2 hours. Normally I'm not that heavy. My most recent period was back to normal for me. I think it may just have been an off period.
You might want to call your doctor regarding the new bleeding.View Thread
While being irregular in your teens is common and normal, bleeding for two weeks is not. You do need to see a doctor. Maybe your doctor can explain that birth control can help control your bleeding and cramping.View Thread
Yes, it's possible you ejaculated a little before you pulled out. You do know that the pull-out method is not a true method of birth control due to the high failure rate? My husband's youngest from his frist marriage was conceived using the pull-out method.
If it's been less than 3 days, your GF can take Plan B to help prevent pregnancy.View Thread