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Duel Hormone Pill And Pull Out
A hormone (from greek ὁρμή, "impetus") is a chemical released by a cell or a gland in one part of the body that sends out messages that affect cells in other parts of the organism. Only a little amount of hormone is required to alter cell metabolism. In essence, it is a chemical messenger that transports a signal from ...Read more
My period ended Wednesday, I'm on BCP I take every night. We had unprotected sex before I took my 3rd hormone pill but he pulled out. Should I worry?
Always protected: A woman who is properly taking her birth control pills, and is beyond her first pack of pills, has contraceptive protection ALL the time, regardless of where she is in her pill pack. Condoms can be used to help prevent diseases, and may decrease vaginal odor or discharge (by not having disintegrating sperm/semen hang around inside her vagina). ...Read more
Any time is fine: Hormone pills - and i assume you mean estrogen and Progesterone for "hormone replacement therapy" - are absorbed through the intestine going immediately to the liver to be "detoxified" with some small amount making it through into your blood circulation - this is called the "first pass effect" of medications. This, not the time of day, is important. ...Read more
Yes: There are progestin-only pills.Get a more detailed answer ›
Only if Ovaries gone: Women who have had their ovaries removed at hysterectomy need to replace the estrogen hormone contained therein, if they are pre-menopausal and recently post-menopausal. The hormone replacement(estrogen) is given in pill, topical, or vaginal forms. Hot flashes, irritability, difficulty concentrating, etc are often signs of a lack of estrogen post-surgery without hormone replacement. ...Read more
Not now: Check w/a qualified gender identity program and they will give you all the information you need. Don't get your info from friends or the internet. ...Read more
Not much: If you're already on testosterone, your clitoris to penis won't grow much more. Male enhancement pills don't work in genotypic males so they won't help you much either. Pills like stendra and viagra (sildenafil) can increase blood flow to the clitoris and make it more sensitive during sex. ...Read more
Sexual change: The simple answer is YES but I personally will not see patients unless they are referred by a Psychologist who has been looking after them. If you are not seeing a Psychologist I strongly recommend you do so ASAP. ...Read more
Happens on its own: Hi. That process happens all on its own, but may take a little time. ...Read more
How are the pills that have a low dose of hormones and one with high distinguished from each other?
Different: Pills have different ingredients, different indications, different actions, different potencies, different doses. They are all designed for specific purposes. I have no idea which particular pills you're referring to. Discuss with the doctor that prescribed them if you have questions. ...Read more
Estrogen increase: It would increase her estrogen level, and if dose is high enough or frequent enough, it could alter menses and even act as a contraceptive. If the person is post menopausal, it can prevent bone loss and restore vaginal lubrication and postpone hot flashes and nite sweats. Should only be done with medical supervision and advice. ...Read more
Wel....: Some oral contraceptives can be associated with increase in breast size in some women (sometimes). ...Read more
Need more info: To know what the pill is that you are taking. ...Read more
It will help: If you mean that you are having irregular cycles related to a hormonal imbalance, then certainly birth control pills will help to balance the hormones in your cycle. ...Read more
The estrogen level: In the '60s when birth control pills first came out the estrogen level was 80 micrograms of estrogen - they made women nauseated and throw up. Then came the 50 mcg dosing which was standard until the "low dose" pills came out containing either 35 or 30 mcg. The lowest dose pill on the market is a 20 mcg. The difference really between lower and higher doses is how much it suppresses ovulation. ...Read more
What is the difference between the pill, nova ring and the patch? Which one is better if i'm looking for less hormones king of bc?
Just stopped the pill after 9+ yrs & I'm having hormonal adjustment symptoms. What I do to help my body adjust to no more synthetic hormones?
Without delay you should make an appointment to see a gynecologist. You don't give your age but lots can go wrong after menopause.
When you see a gynecologist you should also request a bone density study. Bone loss occurs after menopause but there are many drugs to prevent that and improve your bone health. ...Read more
Can the Plan B pill affect ongoing weightless, causing you to plateau? I took the pill ~2 weeks ago, and haven't lost as much. ⬆️ Hormones perhaps?
Plan b: It should not have an impact on your weight. ...Read more
I have been taking hormone pill called rigevidon for 4 days now and i keep feeling so angry at everything don't even know why. How can I help this?
May not be related: Rigevidon is a birth control pill containing both estrogen and progestin , is a fairly safe contraceptive , some times may cause some weight gain , with no scientific proof , it is not implicated in mood change as your ' feeling so angry ' which may not be related to the pill itself , but speak to your doctor , if needed may refer you to a psychiatrist ...Read more
Does hydroxycut have any effect on prolactin and other hormone levels? Sister takes them and has elevated levels. Just started pills and is a virgin.
Who knows: Since nobody knows what's in the otc products. Besides, they don't help any medical problem and may be toxic. She shouldn't get her medical information from friends, tv or the internet. ...Read more
After 2 months of missing a bc pill or 2 a month, i've had a solid month of taking them on time. Safe to assume my hormones are a little out of whack?
Your Back on track: Ideally, women should take their birth control pills every day. However many women miss a pill or two every month. This can significantly reduce contraceptive effectiveness, and lead to changes in period frequency. Good that you are back to taking them every day. Your hormones are probably back on track too. If you continue to miss pills, discuss other birth control methods with your dr. ...Read more
0% Progesterone: Levonorgestrel is a progestin and not an actual hormone. It useful because it will act similarly to the natural hormone progesterone. The Plan B one step pill contains 1.5 mg of levonorgestrel. Except for the filler, matrix, and binder required to create the pill itself is 100% of the medication. ...Read more
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