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Birth Control And Pmdd
If I am on continuous birth control for severe pmdd would i still need to take a ssri to eliminate symptoms?
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 take 300 mg of bupoprion daily and birth control for my pmdd. How can I safely wean myself off the anti-depressants safely? I'd like to go natural.
See your doctor: It would be best to wean off with medical supervision..Esp with a psychiatrist. Depending on how you react to medication, some people can taper off quickly while others require more time. It would also be good to have monitoring of return of your symptoms and to discuss alternatives with a professional. ...Read more
Can birth control pills help with pmdd? I kept track for a year and I am fine days 1-15 then days 16-30 I have anxiety, tender breasts, irritable.
Oral contraceptives: May be helpful for treatment of pmdd. Ssri's (selective serontonin reuptake inhibiters) are another option. Take care. ...Read more
I have severe pmdd. Taking continuous birth control could be the solution? Would i still experience symptoms?
I have pmdd with the symptoms becominng much worse right around ovulation. Would taking birth control pills prevent ovulation and help minimize pmdd?
You may try: Yniefectiveness of birth control pills has not been established but can be tried as it will stop the ovulation.Discuss our symptoms with your doctor and see if it works for you.If it does not work than you have to get different treatments may be recommended by your doctors. ...Read more
Is it safe to take vitex agnus castus for PMDD with history of massive pulmonary emboli (caused by birth control pills and smoking)?
No: Though there is limited scientific research on this herbal preparation, in my brief review of the literature, I found that there is a theoretical risk of blood clots. Given your history of massive PE, you should avoid this and any over the counter preparations that are not clearly known to be safe. ...Read more
I have exhausted many treatments for PMDD: birth control,prozac, therapy,Advil (ibuprofen) that leads to stomachaches,exercise,vitamin supplements. Any advice?
Explore more options: Sorry these haven't worked but there are further options to explore including acupuncture, herbal medicine, essential oils, homeopathy, amino acids, use of progesterone premenstrually etc. You will likely have best success using a combination of therapies. I advise working with a holistic/integrative practitioner. ...Read more
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