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Back Pain Birth Control Pills
No: No, likely another cause (muscular, facet, disc, sacroiliac joint, or other structure is causing this). ...Read more
Contraception is also known as Birth control. Contraceptiion is a means of preventing conception (or fertilization). There are hormonal and non hormonal methods of preventing sperm and egg from meeting. Talk to your doctor or clinic about what options are best for you. There are short acting methods (condoms, pills, patch, ring) and long ...Read more
I have recently switched birth control pills and am having horrible low back pain. Is this normal?
I have been using birth control pills for 2 yrs,apcod for 6 months for PCOS. Now i have back pain and can't sleep. Is the medication affectng my kidney?
I am on my "period" on birth control pills (2nd cycle). It is heavy like it was before being on it. Is it normal to have PMS (cramps, back pain, etc) ?
Maybe normal: Pms can be divided into physical symptoms, like you described, and emotional symptoms (moody, anxious). The physical symptoms are directly related to the actual bleeding process, and i would even expect them with a pill "period", especially if it's heavy. Mood symptoms may be worse with a "natural" cycle. Ask your gyn to help you find a pill that makes your periods lighter, or less frequent. ...Read more
I was on birth control pills & my period came 1day late but only lasted for 2days & was light. Ever since i've been getting headaches, back pain cramp?
Today at work I dealt with a headache for about 2 hours. At home this evening, I've felt nausea, heat in my neck and sudden lower back pain on my right side. Could this indicate anything serious? I've recently started taking birth control pills again and
Yes: You can, if you were put on the pill for bad cramps and to regulate your period, it should help, but there are no guarantees of complete remission of pain and cramps. Talk to your doctor as to what else you can do, many people will take anti inflammatories such as naproxen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was in vacation this weekend and missed my birth control for four days and am now having heavy bleeding and middle back pain. I don't usually miss but have before and I am sexually active. Could this be from missing the pill, a possible miscarriage. I a
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Dental problem in IVF hi all,
we started our IVF cycle 2 days back with birth control pills. My wife will go on to injections from next to next week. My wife had a wisdom tooth which started giving her pain now and I am not sure on how to proceed.
Generally : Generally speaking it is preferable to avoid illness or additional medication during the ivf cycle. However, medical and dental issues also need to be addressed and resolved to optimize outcomes with ivf. So there is always a balance. I would recommend that you find out from your dentist exactly what they need to do, then speak with your ivf doctor. He or she is also invested in making sure you have the best outcome and can adjust your calendar or protocol if needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 47, with bicornuate , bulky uterus. Heavy pain on right side and back. Periods irregular without birth control pills. Tired of pain all the time.?
Hormonal control: You may have adenomyosis. Continuous birth control pills or a strong Progesterone such as high dose Norethindrone to completely stop your periods is often the best non-surgical solution to painful irregular periods. At 47, many women may not be able to take birth control pills safely. You need a careful, individualized evaluation by a knowledgeable and experienced gynecologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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