Birth control pills can provoke menstruation, is it true?

Jakarta – Due to a condition, there are some mothers who want their menstruation to arrive before an important event, whether it’s because of work needs or travel plans.

There are several things you can try to make your period come faster. One of them is using birth control pills to provoke your period.

Launching from the page Medical News Today, actually there is no sure way to make menstruation arrive immediately. However, based on the experience of mothers, it was found that doing exercise, trying relaxation methods, or having an orgasm can make your period a little faster.

In addition, you can control your menstrual cycle by using certain hormonal contraceptives, also known as birth control pills. There are also other natural ways that mothers do to induce menstruation, such as eating pineapple or fenugreek, but there is no scientific evidence for this.

Birth control pills to induce menstruation

The only reliable method of changing the menstrual cycle is to use hormonal contraceptives or birth control pills. However, diet, exercise, and stress reduction can also help you.

There is no way to induce a menstrual period the first time. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), a person’s first period usually arrives between the ages of 12 and 13. ACOG also estimates that 98 percent of women will have their period by the time they are 15 years old.

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How do birth control pills work to induce menstruation?

Using hormonal contraceptives, such as birth control pills or the ring, is the only reliable method of controlling the menstrual cycle. The combination pill, which contains both estrogen and progestin, is the most effective method of controlling menstruation.

When you take hormonal pills for 21 days, then stop taking them or take dummy pills for 7 days. Mothers will usually experience menstruation in these 7 days. Likewise, when you stop taking hormonal pills early, your period will usually come earlier.

“It should be noted that if you don’t take birth control pills as your doctor prescribes, to induce menstruation, it will be less reliable in terms of preventing pregnancy,” said Debra Sullivan, a US-based pediatric and obstetrics nurse. healthline, Thursday (20/1).

See another explanation on the next page, Mother.

Also watch the video about why birth control pills should be taken every day.

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