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Does Cycloset Syrup Regulate Menses
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
Just one: One course of Provera (medroxyprogesterone) will cause 1 withdrawal bleed. If you take it monthly on a calendar it will cause monthly cycling. if you cycle normally anyway but missed a period, Provera (medroxyprogesterone) taken once will sometimes get the normal cycling started again. ...Read more
No: Megace (megestrol) is a very strong progestin that is typically used to treat women with pre-cancerous changes of the uterine lining if they can't or don't want to have a hysterectomy. It helps to thin the lining, but won't restore normal menstrual cycles other progestins can be utilized in some women who skip menses for mos, to 'jump start' or trigger them to bleed after taking them for 10 days every so ofte. ...Read more
30y/o, not pregnant.Late menstruation for 3 cycles.(2 weeks late)blood work normal.Any drugs?Oral contraceptives or provera (medroxyprogesterone) 10mg to help induce period?
Irregular periods: 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. Infections ; hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test . There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Schedule a visit. ...Read more
Yes: By reducing prostaglandins, many women will notice lighter periods and less pain. ...Read more
Dr taking clomoid(fertab 50 mg) makes ovulation early?? My periods are regular. I want to confirm will it makes ovulation earlier than normal cycles?
Delayed ovulation: Clomiphene tends to prolong the first half of the menstrual cycle. Taking this into account some regimen suggest, women should take clomiphene starting day 3 of their cycle through day 7 rather than day 5 through day 9. To optimize chances of conception, women on clomiphene should have intercourse on day 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, and 17 of their cycle. ...Read more
The menstrual cycle did not come for 3 month. Estradiol is 822.2, FSH 8.47, LH 17.2, progesterone 1.22, prolactin 315.56.. Not pregnant..Please help?
Unclear: You did not say what "units" the above levels are. A prolactin of 315 mcg/l would be very high, but if it is miu/l then it would be normal. The same is true for the estradiol, 822 pmol/l would be normal. The lh is somewhat high. If this was done mid-cycle, that would be consistent with ovulation. If your periods have been irregular, one could consider polycystic ovarian syndrome as a possibility. ...Read more
It should: Hi. Yes, if the cabergoline (Dostinex) effectively controls your hyperprolactinemia, normal periods should resume and breast milk should stop. The vast majority of prolactinoma tumors can be controlled (and sometimes cured) by cabergoline. The resumption of normal periods may take a number of months from when you start taking the drug. Good luck! ...Read more
My obgyn prescribed glucophage, prednisone, and Synthroid (thyroxine) (for TSH levels) to help increase my fertility. I'm 38 & ttc for 7 months. Will this help me?
Depends: Presumably, the medications are being prescribed to address specific conditions to either improve chance of conceiving and/or chance of having a healthy pregnancy. Glucophage is usually prescribed in women with glucose intolerance/insulin resistance (common in pcos). Synthroid (thyroxine) is prescribed for thyroid supplementation in hypothyroidism. Important however that full infertility evaluation be done. ...Read more
Doctor give me norethisterone to regulate my heavy menses for a month..Is that a good pills for me?
Yes: That can be very effective in helping. But the most important thing is to be fully evaluated to find out why the bleeding is heavy; the medicine works well in many women in the short term. ...Read more
What can I do to regulate my menses at home? No access to medication or doctors. Parents not interested.
No depression or stress etc.
Very little: You don't say how irregular you are or other problems like pain, etc. You don't say why or much really, but there is little you can do beyond good healthy living which may not change this concern. Good rest, diet, exercise, no toxic substances, etc are always good. Best wishes! ...Read more
Not much: Vitex has been used in greece for many years, but there is no scientific data to establish it's reliability. Diet, exercise and weight loss can help. Metformin is a more scientific and well studied option. It can help noralize menses and even induce fertility in many women, discuss w/your ob/gyn. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or the internet. ...Read more
I have problem of delayed menses and bleed like little spot...from starting days ..how we can regulate period ?
Irergular periods: 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. Birth control methods provide excellent cycle control. ...Read more
I have irregular menstruations (after every 3 months or so), can I plan a pregnancy if I am taking birth control pills to regulate my menses?
Depends.: If you are having menses every 3 months because you are on birth control - then once you stop the bc, if your menses are monthly/regular, then you can plan & try to conceive. If your menses are irregular when not taking birth control (esp if you are having them every 3 mos w/o bc) then it will be very hard to know if/when you are ovulating and harder to try to conceive.Probaly not ovulating if so. ...Read more
I hav irregular periods n i want to conceive. Gyn gave me microgynon ED and ff for 1 cycle to regulate my menses. Will i conceive after n when?
Maybe not: If you are having irregular cycles you are probably not ovulating; or ovulating on a regular basis. You may benefit from the use of low dose oral fertility medications. They generally induce ovulation 85% of the time with pregnancy rates around 50%. Before using them, make sure there are no other factors that are preventing you from getting pregnant. Good luck. ...Read more
I hav irregular periods and i want to conceive. Gyn gave me microgynon ED and ff for 1 cycle to regulate my menses. Will i conceive after and when?
Maybe, will be hard: The microgynon is an oral contraceptive pill, these tend to work well to regulate cycles, but won't fix the underlying disorder that is causing the irregular periods in the first place. It sounds like you are not ovulating regularly (this causes irregular bleeding) and if that is the case, then you probably need to be tested and treated with meds to stimulate ovulation. Need to see a gyn doc. ...Read more
I'm drinking boiled cinnamon water with honey since few days for weight loss and to regulate menses. but Im getting pimples on face specially on neck?
Can you give allergex syrup to a 2 year old, 6 year old and an 8 year old for extended periods of time?
Provided the Allergex Non Sedating syrup is used
5ml daily for 2yr old
10 ml daily for other two ...Read more
It really depends.: It really depends on the individual, what their needs are for birth control, and how they may tolerate various methods. Birth control pills, rings, iuds are all available. It may take a little patience because it may take some trial and error to see which one suits you best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends why taking.: As long as you are not a smoker and doing well you can take them until you go through menopause. Avg age 52. If you were put on them to regulate your periods and not seeing significant improvement by 3rd month might need to investigate further. Might benefit from sonogram to check for polyps or fibroids. If was on pills prior to sprintec could be a result of being on the pills for extended time. ...Read more
I don't recommend: I'm skeptical any herbal product is a good choice. Some are harmless, many aren't. None are proven, tested, or regulated; the amounts and the ingredients can (and do) change often. Despite the popularity of so-called natural remedies, herbs, and supplements, you don't know what you are taking. If your period 'needs' regulating, finding the reason is easy and a better start than trial-and-error. ...Read more
Can you naturally help regulate your menstrual cycle? Like changes in diet, incorporate or avoid certain food?
Depends: It depends on what you mean by 'regulate'. A diet rich in iron can help to replenish the iron stores that are lost when you menstruate if your bleeding is heavy. If you are having specific problems with your cycle (missing periods or too frequent) there can be dietary changes that can help. Most significantly, if you are heavy, weight loss and being at healthy bmi can help regulate periods. ...Read more
Im gettig irrigular periods and heavy can menopace orignal hormonal activity viotbatics help to regulate my periods?
No: Sorry, but there is no non-prescription supplement that can affect periods, hormones or any other medical process, except to make them worse. Save your money. ...Read more
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