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Best Severe Bleeding After Giving Birth Program
Bleeding after birth: I am assuming that you are interested in what to do with the bleeding that continues after you go home...How much is too much...How long is too long. I refer you to the site of an obgyn group that really has one of the best explanations I have seen. It should answer your questions- http://tinyurl.Com/dxogp9n. ...Read more
I started birth control a week ago I used the quick start method, I'm stopping birth control after 7 days. What might be the side effects?
Not sure but you may: have some rebound bleeding, and your hormone cycle /menstruation may get restarted or knocked off for a few months. Irregular bleeding is the most likely side effect. Recommend for you to find an alternate method of contraception, or talk to your GYN or family physician about trying another brand instead. Or implantable devices or IUD. ...Read more
What's the soonest possible time a woman can ovalate after stopping birth control pills, after stopping after 8mnts an 4days into the new pack?
A few weeks to month: You could get ovulate within a few weeks to about one month however, if you've been on it for a long time, some women take 6 months to a year to ovulate. ...Read more
Is it possible to get your natural period 2 weeks after the withdrawal and 3 weeks after stopping birth control?
How does taking more birth control help irregular bleeding after comming off the depo-shot? Wouldn't getting pregnant be a challenge in the future?
Does taking an epidural during labor also help for the awful contractions after the birth? I'm expecting my 10th and suffer terribly after each birth.
After nearly 3 weeks of taking Seasonique birth control pill, will it effectively act as a conterceptive pill (ie. plan b) to stop the pregnancy?
Not the right use: Seasonique is a "birth control pill". It was never marketed to stop pregnancy neither is Plan B. Plan B is for "emergency contraception", which is still "prevention". If you think you are pregnant you can use a home pregnancy test but you should really see your family physician or gynecologist if you are not sure why your period is late. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After how long periods come after giving birth? I'm breastfeeding and have an IUD (multi-load) inserted six weeks after giving birth.
How soon after stopping progesterone supplements should a person with turner syndrome start a withdrawl bleed ?
Estrogen replacement: Most women with turner's syndrome require estrogen and Progesterone supplementation because of ovarian failure. If you're only receiving Progesterone and not having periods, then you're likely estrogen deficient and require both hormone replacement. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Heavy bleeding after taking hcg for 23 days in efforts to lose weight
Is bleeding normal after ending program?
No.: The HCG diet has never actually been proven to be beneficial (anyone will lose weight on 800 cal diet!) and as an endocrinologist I do not believe in it even if it helps weight loss. It is very similar to a hormone called LH and causes changes in progesterone and estrogen. Bleeding after can happen if there was a thickened endometrial lining. Get pregnancy test if possible and see your Gyn. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Will getting pregnant 6 months after giving birth via emergency C-section make this a high risk pregnancy?
Yes: yes...but check with your OB-GYN Good Luck Be Well Dr Z ...Read more
I've had left side pelvic pain, cramping and bleeding with restarting birth control August 2nd, what what be a good pain reliever to take?
Pelvic pain: Pelvic pain is complex as there are several organs in the pelvis. The ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix, bladder, appendix, intestines, colon and rectum can all be the source. Pelvic pain requires and examination to help organize the evaluation. Restarting birth control should not cause pain. Ibuprofen is commonly used for pelvic pain ...Read more
3.5 months post partum, breastfeeding and using withdrawal method. Is this an effective method of birth control?
Depends on type: If you had a c-section, resume formal exercise around 6-8 weeks. If you had a natural birth (and assuming there were no pregnancy/childbirth-related issues) you may resume exercise activities within days to weeks from when you gave birth. Regardless of birth mode, i would recommend gradually working back toward the level of activity you were at pre-pregnancy and checking with your OB first. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Having depression & loss of libido with implanon birth control. Which birth control should i go with next after removing this one?
GYN: There are a lot of options in terms of birth control which may or may not be appropriate for you. Talk to your gynecologist about what might be best given your medical history and response. Perhaps a non-hormonal device such as Paragard might be an option ... But best to have an honest talk with your doctor. Wish there was a better answer ... Good luck! ...Read more
How long should a first time user of birth control experiencing breakthrough bleeding expect ito last? (i am currently experiencing it for 6 days now)
It is not unusual: To bleed throughout the 1st 1 or 2 months assuming nothing else is wrong, please discuss with your gyn since your gyn knows you. ...Read more
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