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Menstrual Period (Definition)

Menstrual period is also known as Menses. Menstrual period is a medical term for the monthly bleeding ...Read more


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Can i drink vinegar to stop my menstrual period?

Can i drink vinegar to stop my menstrual period?

That would not: Be an effective method to stop your period. ...Read more

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Can girls drink vinegar to slow down period?

Can girls drink vinegar to slow down period?

MENORRHAGIA: Is associated with hormonal imbalance. I have not heard that vinegar can slow down bleeding. See md for rx that can control bleeding like Provera or bcp. ...Read more

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Does drinking apple cider venigar bring my period early?

Does drinking  apple cider venigar bring my period early?

No.: Occasionally a period can be early or late randomly. However, if it keeps happening early, or you have heavy bleeding you should contact your gynecologist. ...Read more

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Will vinegar stop my period for a day?

No: It may help with cleansing and odor issues, but will not stop your period. ...Read more

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How do I use apple cider vinegar to stop my period?

Food does not work: Speak with your doctor regarding your cycles. Taking birth control pills without stopping may be a solution for you and your doctor to discuss. ...Read more

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Why did drinking apple cider vinegar hurt my stomach and a banana de the pain stop?

Why did drinking apple cider vinegar hurt my stomach and a banana de the pain stop?

Look into it: Apple cider can be very acidic and irritating to a sensitive stomach. Generally it should be tolerated but if you have an ulcer or other inflammatory process of the upper GI tract, the cider could be causing the lesion to be symptomatic. Discuss this with your internist. ...Read more

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