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I always try to be honest in my answers, but I was surprised at how many women still don’t know when they should start taking their pill. So here’s an easy-to-understand guide for you. (For more information on when you need birth control pills and which ones are best for your age, read this.)
When You Should Start Birth Control Pills The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommends that every woman starting oral contraceptive (sometimes called “the pill”) use low hormone pills like Ortho Tri-Cyclen or Yasmin if she is not breastfeeding or has never given birth. If she has ever given birth, take her out of the pill completely so that her period will return before using any hormonal contraceptives again. But even if you’ve had children before, it doesn’t mean there aren’t other reasons why you might want to switch from something like Ortho Tri-Cyclen to Yaz or Norgestrel/Ethinyl Estradiol/Norelgestromin instead: your weight may change during pregnancy; another medicine may no longer work well with these medications; side effects could cause problems; maybe both drugs fail after two years’ worth of use—or maybe yours just turned off earlier than expected! Whatever reason makes sense to you as a person who wants good health and reproductive options for yourself and your family is fine by me! If Your Period