Is 18 years old taking a lot of birth control pills dangerous?
Hello doctor! An 18-year-old girl only had her period a few times when she was 14 years old, and then no more. 6 months ago, I went to the hospital for examination, the doctor said that the uterus was small and gave birth control pills to menstruate, but if I did not take it, I would not. Please ask the doctor if it's okay to drink a lot and have children later? Thanks for the advice doctor!
Nguyen Phuong Anh (2002)
Hello! Thank you for trusting and sharing your worries with Vinmec. Birth control pills are a type of hormonal medicine, each type of birth control pill depending on the active ingredient will have different side effects. There are no studies on how oral contraceptive use affects future pregnancy.
For in-depth advice and safe treatment for your current condition, you can go to a clinic/hospital of Vinmec Health System for a doctor's advice. Best regards.
Answered by Doctor Hoang Thi Anh Tuyet - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Vinmec Central Park International Hospital
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