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can i prevent my period coming using the pill two days before even though i dont take the pill regulary

By March 2, 2010 - 11:28am
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Hi would like some advice if its possible. I am not on the pill and i am due on in two days i have a special weekend planned for me and boy friend and im just curious to know if i took the birth control would it stop it coming. I was meant to get a tablet from my doctors but the clinic shut early. I have a weeks supply of the birth pill from quite a few months back will taking that stop it? many thanks if im not on here could you possibly email me and tell me please am quite stressed about it. Many thanks

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March 2, 2010 - 12:11pm

Its not that simple though i have paid a lot of money out for this trip. I am an adult i dont usually muck around with my body i was asking a ? not to be told how to look after my body but thanks anyway maybe it will maybe it wont

March 2, 2010 - 11:49am

angel stork,

If your period is set to come in two days I really doubt that taking the pill for two days will stop it. I know you have a special weekend planned for you and your boyfriend but let nature take its course. Who knows-- your period may come a day or two late and that is okay but to purposefully try to change your period is not a good thing because you may mess with it to the point where it won't come at all this month.

Keep in mind that getting your period is not just bleeding, it is important to shed that lining of the endometrium and unfertilized egg out of your body to prepare it for the next egg that is to come.

As much as mother nature brings us our period at times when we wish we didn't have it-- just let it happen and make the best out of your weekend.

March 2, 2010 - 11:44am
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