what do i have to do when done with last birth control pills pack? do i get pelvic exam don?
when was your last pelvic and pap test done
how long have you been on birth control
ok...seems like you are having trouble....
normally we prescribe birth control pills for a year or sometimes 6 months in the case where a follow up pap test is required.
this serves as a reminder that it's time to see your doctor for your annual pelvic exam and pap test.
so...sounds like you need to touch basis with your doctor for an exam and pap test....
at that visit your birth control pills will be refilled if requested.
if I haven't completely answered your questions please let me know.
what happened last month?
got my pelvic exam last month
if everything was normal you should have been given a prescription for several packs of pills.
there should be a refill on the prescription.
so..if you don't have pills left, you need to call the pharmacy to refill them.
are you just starting your period or just finishing?
my doctor start birth control on me last year have last pack today
so you've been on the pill for a year and had a pelvic exam done last month...
you should have pills available on the prescription.
call the pharmacy where you got them and check.
you should just have to pick up more at the pharmacy and continue taking them as you have the last year.
my doctor gave me the birth control dec last then she gave 3 more month for this year but have last pack for this month
in that case you need to call her on monday to get more.
I'm having difficulty understanding if there's a break in the pills...but I would recommend using a condom or not having sex until you talk with your doctor on Monday and get more pills.
Do need pelvic exam done
not if you had one last month and it was normal.
But pain in pelvic what to do
that's a different story..
you will need a pelvic exam to evaluate the pain...
that's different than just getting more pills
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Do different control I can take
yes, of course, there are several different types of birth control pills.