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Can Gynaecosid Cure Irregular Period
Before marriage my wife got regular period but after marriage she is getting irregular periods every month, what could be the problem how to cure it?
Common problem: Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. If you are trying to conceive the schedule a visit. Schedule a visit. ...Read more
I have irregular period&doctors give hormone pills. When I don't drink that I don't get my period. Is it secure if I want to have a baby? How to cure it?
Hormonal Birth Cntrl: Irregular periods are caused when your body's signals for ovulation and menstruation get confused by hormonal imbalances that can be related to your thyroid (TSH), pituitary (LH/FSH/prolactin), ovaries (estrogen/progesterone). Many external factors can affect the hormones: malnutrition, stress, obesity, for example. Hormonal contraception can help to regulate your periods, which is healthier. ...Read more
I doubt it: There is no good evidence ("proof") that it will help, there is no pharmacologic reason to believe it should help - but it will not hurt if you want to try. Treating irregular periods depends on understanding "why" the periods are irregular, there are many different reasons. Good luck. ...Read more
How to cure irregular periods, I am having mid cycle spoting, some bleeding and red dicharge since last 6 days?
You need: You need to see your gyn for an evaluation. Sometimes brith control pills are used to help. ...Read more
My friend viji suffers from hypo thyroid, and irregular periods also. Is there any suggestion to follow to cure those problem? Please guide me.
Thyroid replacement: People with hypothyroid need to be on thyroid hormone replacement daily. Levels need to be checked to make sure she is on the correct dose. The cause of irregular periods may be the low thyroid. If not then a trial of birth control pills may help regulate the periods ...Read more
Hi doctors, now I'm using pills (just 1 kind) to cure the irregular periods. Maybe I'll have to use them for a few years to have regular periods again. Can I use some herbs like fenugreek 610mg, red clover 400mg, saw palmetto 540mg during I cure the irr
Be careful!: Make sure you discuss this with your PCP before starting it, or go to your pharmacist and check for herb/meds interaction. Red clover is very close to coumadin (warfarin) or a blood thinner, and saw palmetto is for male health, not female health. I can't comment on fenugreek. So sometimes less is more, and having too many things on board may be just too much, and not helping! Work with your doctor first! ...Read more
Not always: Reasons for irregularity include weight gain or loss, breastfeeding, alcohol use, eating disorders, marked emotional stress, endometriosis, uterine fibroids, cervical polyps, polycystic ovarian syndrome, excessive exercise & pregnancy. When a girl has just started menstruating & around the time of menopause periods can be irregular. ...Read more
Depends on reason: Reasons for irregularity include weight gain or loss, breastfeeding, alcohol use, eating disorders, marked emotional stress, endometriosis, uterine fibroids, cervical polyps, polycystic ovarian syndrome, excessive exercise & pregnancy. When a girl has just started menstruating & around the time of menopause periods can be irregular. ...Read more
Its not how long...:
Its how often....
1. If you have periods that are regularly irregular (ie every 60 days), from ovulation to period is 60 minus 14= ovulation day 46; every 90 days= 90 minus 14= every 76 days
2. If irregularly irregular, then it is much harder and should be monitored with ultrasounds to help predict. Using lh tests are going to be very confusing and frustrating. ...Read more
Fertility: Very difficult to tell. You should see a specialist to have an evaluation. ...Read more
Can be hard to tell: When you have irregular periods, it becomes more difficult to pinpoint when you ovulate. There are ovulation predictor kits (OPK) that you can buy over the counter. They detect LH surges (urine test). These are often frustrating to use for women with irregular menses. More accurate way is to have your doctor follow you with transvaginal sonograms and blood work (progesterone levels). ...Read more
It's confusing: One of the reasons a woman can have an irregular menstrual cycle is because she is ovulating at different times in her cycle. In general women ovulate about 2 weeks after ovulation. If someone ovulates late - her period will come later than expected. That can make trying to figure out when ovulation occurs very frustrating for women with irregular cycles. Please see your obgyn for help. ...Read more
If you tend to have: An irregular period then the timing of the next one would be difficult to predict. Take care. ...Read more
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