Hormonal birth control contains synthetic versions of hormones that are already in your body. Changing the amounts of these hormones changes how your body does certain things every month, keeping you safe from pregnancy.
Blisovi Fe will likely keep you from ovulating, which is when the ovary releases an egg. If there’s no egg, there’s no fertilization and definitely no pregnancy. Because ovulation doesn’t stop for everyone taking hormonal birth control, though, there are a few other things the pill does to make sure you’re protected. The mucus in your cervix grows thicker, which blocks sperm from getting through. And the lining of your uterine wall stays thin instead of building over the course of the month. Biologically, this means that a fertilized egg won’t have a comfortable wall to attach to. Practically, this means that you’ll experience a shorter, lighter period.