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Can I take birth control pills even I have not had my period yet ?

I am 16 and still haven't had my period, im not sure if its good or bad, but all the females in my family started their periods at bout 15 or 16, so i think it just runs in the family. me and my boyfriend have talked about sex. but i have not yet had my period, i still want to have safe sex just in case, but can I take birth control pills even i have not had my period yet ?
Asked On : Thu, 15 Apr 2010
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Welcome to health care magic forum
birth control pills before proper menses is never advocated.delayed Menarche at 15-16 years is a known sex in your case is with the use of condom only.
Wish you good health
Answered: Tue, 19 Apr 2011
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Although it could be a Genetic Disorder running in your family but is not normal. Consult an endochronologist first. Do not take birth control pills before a few sucessful periods as it will stop the period further and you will never know if anything is not normal with you. You can use condoms instead.

Answered: Thu, 15 Apr 2010
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