Menstruation has come, but something needs to be postponed in the next two days. I see that taking one tablet for 12 hours for several consecutive days can stop bleeding. Is that ok?
If menstruation has come, this may not be postponed. If you stop bleeding immediately, you can take one tablet in 8 hours, but this does not mean that the medicine should be stopped immediately after stopping bleeding. This medicine should be stopped gradually, and it should be maintained for 21 days. If you stop the medicine, you may bleed a lot.
You can take it like this, but many people will have continuous bleeding during the first box of short acting contraceptives. Even if you increase the dose, there may be bleeding. You can try it first. You can take one tablet every 12 hours, and then change it to once a day. In this way, you can stop taking it for 21 consecutive days.