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Does norethisterone change your period cycle?

Does norethisterone change your period cycle?

Varies: Norethisterone is a progestin, similar to the progestone your body makes after ovulation. How it affects your period depends on when you take it and for how long. If you take it throughout the month it will normally make your period lighter. If you take it after ovulation, it may delay your bleeding. If you just take for a couple of days, you're likely to bleed after stopping it. ...Read more

Menstrual Cycle (Definition)

The menstrual cycle begins with the shedding of the uterine lining, resulting in bleeding from the vagina. A few weeks later, one ovary releases an egg and the uterine lining thickens in preparation for a potential pregnancy. Pregnancy can occur at this stage if sperm fertilizes the egg. If the egg is not fertilized, the egg will leave your body and ...Read more


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How come taking vitamins change my period cycle?

How come taking vitamins change my period cycle?

Taking: Regular vitamins should not change your period. The exception would be if you were seriously malnourished with depletion of vitamins and minerals. ...Read more

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Hi docs, would birth control change my period cycle?

Hi docs, would birth control change my period cycle?

Possibly.: Most women will have lighter, less painful and more predictable periods. If you are not currently having a 28 day cycle you usually will when taking a birth control pill. If the pill changes you cycle it will normally be a helpful or desired change. ...Read more

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Had unprocted sex partner didnot come but i took 3 minigynon30 can it change my period cycle, because im afraid he precome period don't come yet

Had unprocted sex partner didnot come but i took 3 minigynon30 can it change my period cycle, because im afraid he precome period don't come yet

Yes, : Yes, it can change your cycle, but please take a urine pregnancy test to be sure. If it is negative but you still don't get your period wait two days and re-take a test. If you still don't get your period then please be seen for a medical evaluation. ...Read more

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Does smoking cannabis change your period cycle? I've noticed that when I smoke daily for awhile it comes late and when I stop for awhile it comes late

Does smoking cannabis change your period cycle? I've noticed that when I smoke daily for awhile it comes late and when I stop for awhile it comes late

It can: marijuana has estrogenic effects which in men can cause enlarged breasts and decreased fertility and libido, and in women can cause menstrual cycle issues. However, I am MORE concerned at daily cannabis use at age 16- the maturing brain is VERY sensitive to cannabis effects on memory, intellect and personality development. Stop, or at least cut back, consider counseling if you have trouble. ...Read more

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What do you think, could having sex the first week of starting birth control change my period cycle?

What do you think, could having sex the first week of starting birth control change my period cycle?

Having sex: Would only change cycle if you became pregnant. Please insure that you use an appropriate backup plan for the first month that you are on oral contraceptives. ...Read more

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TTC for a while but huge change in my period cycle. I get it late, when I do get it, it's for 3 weeks or more and plus lots of blood clots. Why?

TTC for a while but huge change in my period cycle. I get it late, when I do get it, it's for 3 weeks or more and plus lots of blood clots. Why?

Irregular Periods: you need to be seen and evaluated for the cause of your irregular and heavy periods. You will need at least a physical exam, lab evaluation, an ultrasound, and possibly further testing. ...Read more

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What change will it make to period cycle if morning after pill is taken twice in a week compared to taking once ?

What change will it make to period cycle if morning after pill is taken twice in a week compared to taking once ?

Expected bleeding: Anyone having intercourse without birth control or condoms may get pregnant. If intercourse was within 72 hours you consider taking plan b. Ella (ulipristal acetate) is another brand that can be used up to 5 days after unprotected intercourse. Plan b is a high dose of birth control to disrupt the hormonal patterns to delay or prevent ovulation. Abnormal bleeding after is common. Check preg test in 10 days. ...Read more