Will birth control help my extremly bad cramps and moodyness my cramps are so bad my feet go numbe ever month I ahve to miss a day of school for them will this help my mom said it wont but I think she is just scared to put me on the pill
Most likely yes. I had bad periods as a teenager and as soon as I went on the pill they got 100% better. I understand your mom is scared, but she really needs to look at the big picture. It could help you so much. If she will not let you, then have your doctor talk to her about it. Birth control pills are for so much more then just to prevent pregnancy. They help with a lot of other things too.
My sister started her period early in life like at the age of 10/11 and she started using the pill at the age of 13/14. She had cramps so bad that she would nearly pass out, but soon as she got on it after a month or so, it fixed her up a lot! But then... She was on bc so long that eventually she had to up her dosage and get a new prescription.
After I was on the pill for about five years, I also had to have mine changed. Hormones change in your body with time and your body can also get used to the hormonal levels in one pill, so you may have to change at some point. But you will know when this happens as you start to breakthrough bleed and feel differently.
But yeah, it is definately worth a try!
Thanks for you guys help how whould I go about telling my mom I mean I am 16 and I dont wnat my mom to think it is for that all tough it would be nice for that reason to but I dont want her to know that u know
Well, like I said before have your doctor tell her. I mean your doctor already recommended it for your bad periods right? Then the next time you go, ask your doctor to explain that to your mother. Or depending on your location, I know here in pa, we have family planning. They don't even need parental permission and will not tell your parents. Ideally, just explain to your mother that your doctor told you that it should help and you looked up information on the internet and found that it has helped a lot of people. Then you can tell her and not have to hide it. But, if she absolutely will not agree then try a clinic. I think she would rather you put yourself on the pill then get pregnant! And, I don't think she wants you to suffer each month either. Good luck.
You don't even have to tell your mom! Planned parenthood or the doctor you usually go to can put you on the pill and not be allowed to tell your mother! It's doctor patient privileges....
It's always nice to have your mothers support, because sometimes by knowing what pill works for your mother will help determine the right pill for you. Also, just having family support is nice. Try to reason with your mother and provide her with positive facts about the pill that she might not know herself. Show her you are responsible about taking the pill, by starting out taking vitamins at the same time every day. But if that doesn't work, it doesn't sound like your mothers supporting to you too much.
If you decide to go on birth control give the it three months to get rid of your camps! The first month, there was no difference in m camps , but by the third month, I was completely cramp free!