Birth control is a method for men and women to thwart pregnancy. There are many kinds of birth control pills that are also called as “oral contraceptive pills” and the “Pills” are a kind of female hormonal birth control process and are very successful at avoiding pregnancy. The pills are small tablets that are swallowed made up of two active ingredients called as estrogen and progesterone. These are known as “combination oral contraceptives,” and there are many different kinds. The hormones in the pills put off pregnancy by suppressing your pituitary gland, which blocks the growth and release of the egg in the ovary (ovulation). The progestin also helps to protect the sperm from getting the egg and modifies the lining of the uterus. A different kind of pill contains only one hormone (progestin) and is recognized either the “progestin-only pill,” or the “mini-Pill.” It shows action by hindering ovulation and by helping to avoid the male’s sperm from reaching the egg.
Here are the following brands that are available in the market for the termination of pregnancy. Mircette, Dronis, Yasmin, Yaz, Ovral G, Unwanted 72, Dianette, Ovral L, Plan B, Femilon, Norethindrone, and Norethisterone.
Birth control pill accessible in two forms one is 21 pills pack and another is 28 pills pack. For the use of 21 pills packs, take one tablet every day regularly for 21 days from the last day of your menstruation period. After finishing the 21 tablets, wait for 7 days and on the 8th day, you can start fresh pack again. For the administration of 28 pills pack, ingest 21 hormonal pills first for 21 successive days and then take remaining 7 hormonal pills for seven days. You can start new dosage after completing it.
If you miss taking one tablet then take two pills as a single dose on your next dosing schedule. When you missed, the two dosages then administer two pills as a single dose in your next two consecutive dosing schedules. In case you missed 3 dosing schedule or more abandon the regular dosing schedule and again start fresh pack.