If the first cannabis starts within the first five days of menstrual bleeding and is used without ever taking the pill, the prescription will start with the first pill purchase. When the first box is used, no additional protection is required. It is frequently found among the questions that are received by e-mail whether the guardian continues or not in the 7-day time interval pills are taken. There is no such reduction in protection, and it is unnecessary to avoid any associated avoidance or additional protection during the interrupted seven-day period. However, if a new box is not started at the end of seven days theoretically, the protection of the drug will end and the risk of becoming pregnant will arise.
Birth control activity is a very high method. The most effective method of prevention that can be reversed by all methods is pills.
All contraceptive methods have theoretical and practical safeguards. The difference is due to personal differences and user mistakes. When properly used, the oral contraceptives have a 99.96% protection. The chance of failure, that is, despite the use of pills, the occurrence of pregnancy is less than one in 1,000 cases. However, the practical protection rate is around 97%. Even this rate is higher than the theoretical protection of many other methods.
One of the biggest known misconceptions about birth control pills is that it is necessary to take a break at regular intervals and rest your body. The source of this debauchery is unclear. An old recommendation has increasingly become a habit in order to reduce some side effects that are likely to occur with the use of older generation pills and to prevent the patient from escaping pill use. This false belief exists not only in our country but also in many developed countries. Research has shown that such a “search” is not necessary. There is only one effect of pausing the use of pills in order to relax the body, which is the appearance of an unwanted pregnancy.
Older generations of estrogen-containing birth control pills in high doses are not used in women over the age of 35 with the risk of life-threatening side effects.
New studies have shown that low dose pills can be used safely for long periods of time. For this reason, oral contraceptives containing estrogen can be used as menopause in new generation low doses.
A woman protected by oral contraceptives may continue to use it without interruption until she decides to have her child.