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Does Premarin Stop Vaginal Bleeding
No: Premarin (conjugated estrogens), (conjugated estrogens) a synthetic estrogen, is prescribed for menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, vaginal dryness, anxiety etc. It can actually increase vaginal bleeding. Progesterone is prescribed to counter dysfunctional uterine bleeding. It is also prescribed to woman put on Premarin (conjugated estrogens) that still have a uterus to counter the effect that estrogenic Premarin (conjugated estrogens) has on uterus. ...Read more
I have pain with intercourse. I tried Premarin (conjugated estrogens) but developed vaginal bleeding. What else can I do to alleviate the pain?
My doc prescribed Premarin (conjugated estrogens) for vaginal bleeding. 1 1.25 tab 2x a day for 7 days. This is day 6 and I still haven't stopped bleeding, should I be worried?
Vaginal bleeding: You should call your gyn (g) and let the g know of your problem. You are a likely treatment failure on Premarin (conjugated estrogens) need to worked for the cause of your vaginal bleed (vb). You need some blood work and at least an ultrasound exam of your uterus to do this. Good luck. ...Read more
Why would somebody be prescribed Premarin (conjugated estrogens) by IV for abnormal vaginal bleeding (hemorrhage)?
See below: It stabilizes the uterine liniing.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have been taking prempro (conjugated estrogens and medroxyprogesterone) for 15 days already and I have gotten a little vaginal bleeding but after like two days I got heavy bleeding. Should I stop?
Consult provider: Some bleeding can occur, especially when starting this type of therapy. Discontinuation will depend on relative risks and benefits in your specific circumstances. Bleeding can be evaluated with endometrial biopsy or ultrasound. ...Read more
Is there a correlation between prempro (conjugated estrogens and medroxyprogesterone) and having vaginal bleeding?
Hormone therapy: When starting prempro (conjugated estrogens and medroxyprogesterone) or any daily combination regimen, you can expect intermittent, unpredictable bleeding for the first 6 months. ...Read more
Nothing: This is a potentially worrisome sign if this happens on a consistent basis. You need to have a gynaecological exam to determine the cause of this bleeding as soon as possible. ...Read more
Not likely!: Each tablet has a proportion of estrogen to progesterone. By taking a double dose you are still taking the same balance. Finding the cause of bleeding by ultrasound, examination or endometrial sampling is a better strategy. Pregnancy always need to be ruled out. Talk to your caregiver. ...Read more
I am experiencing abnormal vaginal bleeding (bleeding daily for 1 1/2 months). Had myomectomy 2 1/2 months ago. Is this going to stop?
Yes: The disturbance of the endometrial and uterine lining caused the fibroids/surgery can take some time to repair itself. Be patient. However, you should also be vigilant and monitor symptoms closely. The bleeding and related symptoms should gradually improve. If this is not the case, consult with doctor. Good luck! ...Read more
See your doctor: These symptoms can only be adequately diagnosed only after a thorough evaluation by your doctor. This may include labs and other satudies. Once all of the information is in, your doctor can let you know what's going on, and what to do to help you. ...Read more
Pills help bleeding: Oral contraceptive pills may help regulate your cycle. It is important to remember to take your pills daily as prescribed. If you miss tablets, you are more likely to experience undesired bleeding. If you are experiencing prolonged vaginal bleeding, you may try to double up on your ocps for 2-3days. If this does not help, you should visit your doctor. ...Read more
Please ask the doc: Who delivered you, who should have explalined all of this to you before you left the hospital, you can have lochia for up to 4-5 weeks after sometimes less, sometimes more but as you get further out form delivery it should become less. ...Read more
I was recently prescribed Provera (medroxyprogesterone) because I'm having constant vaginal bleeding will this help me stop bleeding?
Irregular bleeding: Yes it will regulate your periodsGet a more detailed answer ›
I've had vaginal bleeding 10 days now. It was brown spotting at first now it's bright red. It stops and comes back. Not really heavy though. Help me?
Need more info: This could be a complication of a method of contraception, an infection, or abnormal cells on the cervix. To begin to guess the cause one would need to know more about your normal cycles, contraceptive use, sexual history, and use of other medications. See your doctor who can discuss these with you and do any necessary exam and testing or call back to HealthTap prime or concierge. Hope this helps ...Read more
Hi, I need help I've been to over 20 gynecologist over the years and they all say the same thing. I have severe non stop vaginal bleeding it every day?
At least they agree!: At least they all agree! Severe non-stop vaginal bleeding sounds annoying. This is usually treated with hormones such as birth-control pills, progesterone, or a Mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD until you have completed child-bearing. When you are done having babies, there are other, surgical options available such as an endometrial ablation or, as a last resort, hysterectomy. Best wishes! ...Read more
Constant vomiting from Taking Cryselle To stop vaginal bleeding. Can she stop taking Cryselle if it is making her feel worse?
See your doctor: This is not an issue for self diagnosis or treatment. ...Read more
I am taking norethisterone to help stop vaginal bleeding. Been bleeding for 3 months now! How long does it take to work?
Daily bleeding x3mo?: Sounds like a Gynecologic evaluation is overdue. By the way, is the Norethisterone a shot, an OTC supplement, part of your contraceptive, or a prescription? ...Read more
I live in winter haven Florida I can't afford to go to a obgyn I have vaginal bleeding that won't stop, with a foul odor. Help me please.
Evaluation advised: I would advise that you find a clinic or practice that will work with you -- sliding scale or payment plan. Some ailments require an evaluation and most likely labwork to determine what medication is appropriate for your condition. Also, depending on how long you have had the vaginal bleeding, you may need to have your blood levels checked (for anemia.) ...Read more
Norethisterone prescribed to help stop vaginal bleeding. Been bleeding for 3 months. Take 2 pills once a day x2weeks. Day 3 for me. How long it takes?
Not sure: Norethisterone tablets are progestogens, similar to the reproductive hormone progesterone, used more often in the U.K. The usual dose prescribed to stop abnormal bleeding is a 5 mg tablet three times a day for 10 days. With that, bleeding usually stops within 1-3 days. Assuming you have the 5 mg pills, you may not be getting a high enough daily dose to have the desired effect. Review plan with Doc ...Read more
5 days after I took plan b I started volleyball practice. I noticed vaginal bleeding while I work out but it stops when I'm done. Should I be worried?
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