How can I find a way to stop my period.
Yes you can get rid of your period. There is a new pill out called Lybrel, that is a continuous use birth control pill - meaning you take it 365 days a year. Your gynecologist or doctor might give the go ahead for you to use another birth control pill for continual use(you just skip the placebo week) That's what mine did.
There is no need for a woman to have a period when on the pill. The 'placebo week' is an absence of hormones which is what causes the bleeding. There is no unfertilized egg or unsuitable uterine lining to get rid of so on hormonal birth control those periods are basically a 'fake' period. Something the inventors decided to do in the 60's to make the product more psychologically acceptable for women.
You only need your period if you're current goal is to get pregnant. if you don't plan on getting pregnant right now then go for birth control that gets rid of your periods!
You will most likely have spotting while on a continuous pill, that's completely normal. You can talk to your gyno or health care physician about it.
umm you cant stop your period. Its a natural thing that everygirl gets once a month. Anorexic people have irregular period patterns and sometimes non at all. Some people decide to have their whole reproduction system out.
Which pretty much stops your body from getting ready for a baby.
Which is exactly why we have periods.
Other than that you cant stop your period. In your health class they should be talking about this in the near future.
ha. uh yeah. its imposible to stop your period. you can take birth control. but all birth control does is shorten it & help it get back on track. I want birth conrtol for that & other reasons. but my mom says its not healthy to not have periods or shorten periods.
but yeah sorry :/
if your anemic you can stop getting your period because of the lack of iron your body can't produce enough blood. but this is very unhealthy and sometimes you can risk not being able to have babies
you can stop your priods by birth control, talk to your GP Good luck
arent you 17?? if you are you should know all this. Im only 14
yeah go see your dr and talk about it. good luck.