Can you take short-acting contraceptive pills for irregular periods?

Sep 17 20214 people replied
Description Of Condition:

My menstrual cycle is once every 45 to 65 days, which is not normal.Then I went to the hospital for a checkup and the doctor said that once or twice was not a problem and that I did not have polycystic ovary disease.But I've been doing this for a long time and it's always been irregular, especially once in a while.Today I saw a doctor posting a video saying that the short-acting contraceptive pill Ursine can regulate menstruation, and I wanted to ask if I could take it.But he also said to eat to eat 22 days in a row stop seven days, if really can eat that I have to eat how many days in a row ah

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