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Birth Control Nausea
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 get nauseous frequently. It's gotten better since i stopped taking birth control. Could the nausea have hormonal causes?
Nausea: Yes it could have a hormonal cause. But also a multitude of other causes could be responsible. Could you be pregnant? A detailed history including medication history and a physical examination with labs can help pinpoint the cause. I would suggest that you see your primary care or gp( if you are in the uk). ...Read more
Sometimes: Some women get nausea with birth control - often this gets better if they stay on the medication and it slowly resolves, but some women have continued issues with this. Often taking either in the morning or at bedtime may minimize this. You will have to see how it affects you - i also have patients who never have any issues with this. ...Read more
Last week my bf ejaculated in me and i took the pill next choice. Im also on birth control .Today im nausea and have a major headache. What can it be?
The dr thinks im pregnant but to early no birth control leg cramps nausea gasy ureinate more cramps in vagina?
Possible: Urine and blood tests typically are positive around the time of the first missed period. Leg cramps aren't typically a sign of pregnancy, but nausea, needing to urinate more often, breast tenderness, and fatigue typically are. You should do a repeat pregnancy test in a few days to a week. If you don't want to be pregnant and aren't pregnant currently, birth control is a good idea. ...Read more
When I take birth control pills I feel nausea, especially at night time. Even though I take them in the mornings with meal. Should I stop or continue?
Birth control: Try taking the pill before bedtime instead of the morning ...Read more
I read an article by a gyn on a major health website that to avoid side effects (ie. Nausea), birth control pills may be inserted vaginally. True?
Not documented: Oral contraceptives can be absorbed vaginally, but the efficacy of this method or side effects have not been documented. ...Read more
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