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Doctor insights on: Effects Of Using Femiplan Contraceptives

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I am using the triquilar pills as contraceptives. Side effects?

I am using the triquilar pills as contraceptives. Side effects?

Triquilar 21 pills: According to drugs. Com, side effects include acne; breast tenderness or enlargement; changes in appetite; changes in sexual interest; changes in weight; dizziness; hair loss; headache; nausea; stomach cramps or bloating; unusual spotting or bleeding; vomiting. More about Triquilar pills, https://www. Drugs. Com/sfx/triquilar-21-side-effects. Html ...Read more

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What are the disadvantages of contraceptives? Side effects?

What are the disadvantages of contraceptives? Side effects?

Big Question: This is a good over view by Mayo Clinic. Http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/healthy-lifestyle/birth-control/basics/birth-control-basics/hlv-20049454 ...Read more

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Why isn't there a male contraceptive without major medical side effects?

Why isn't there a male contraceptive without major medical side effects?

There are several...: There are several male contraceptive options: condoms, a vasectomy, pull-out method, and abstinence. Lots of things have been tried and tested but haven't passed muster. Research is ongoing and there are some promising things in development. Best wishes! ...Read more

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How good is the nova t IUD compared to other contraceptives? Does it have less side effects?

How good is the nova t IUD compared to other contraceptives? Does it have less side effects?

Copper T IUD: Copper T IUD – failure rate is usually 0.8%. This is very low and compares very well to other forms of birth control. Side effects of copper IUD can include longer period (1 to 2 days), heavier bleeding (usually less after 1 to 3 months), ^ menstrual cramps & possible bleeding btwn cycles (usually resolves). ...Read more

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How many times one can use contraceptive emergency pills, what are the side effects? Any other way to avoid the risk of pregnancyunprotected sex?

How many times one can use contraceptive emergency pills, what are the side effects? Any other way to avoid the risk of pregnancyunprotected sex?

If you need to: Use Plan B often then you need to be on a regular method of birth control, Plan B was designed for rare emergency use only and not as a regular method of birth control. See a doctor and get on birth control (birth control pills, nuvaring, depoprovera shot....). ...Read more

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Me and my wife are looking for a long term effective contraceptive method that will not have long term side effects. Can you please suggest us a few?

Several choices: There have been important improvements in intra-uterine devices in the past 10 years. These small devices may or may not contain progestin hormones, and can safely stay in place for years. They need to be inserted by a nurse practitioner or doctor in the office. Implanon, which is inserted under the skin is another possibility. It contains a progestin that is gradually released into the body. ...Read more

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What are the side effects of a contraceptive pill?

What are the side effects of a contraceptive pill?

Adverse effects: Hypertension, risk of clotting, headache, break through bleeding, nausea, vomiting, transient delay of ovulation after discontinuing it, edema, weight gain, fatigue, dizziness, amenorrhea. ...Read more

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What contraceptive pills has a lesser side effects?

Low dose pills: The lowest dose pills have the least side effects. However, the lowest dose pills often aren't as good at regulating cycles. The lowest dose combination pill is lo loestrin. There are even lower dose pills that have progestin only. ...Read more

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What is the side effects of postinor 2 contraceptive.

Read this: Http://www. Medsafe. Govt. Nz/consumers/cmi/discontinued/postinor-2.htm.

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What are the side effects from coming off the contraceptive pill?

What are the side effects from coming off the contraceptive pill?

Pregnancy: Obviously one can get pregnant if not taking the pill. Your periods will go back to your baseline state ----either good or bad depending on what they were like. There are really no side effects of not taking them as they are out of your system in about 7 days. ...Read more

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Is there any side effects of taking contraceptive pills in long term?

Is there any side effects of taking contraceptive pills in long term?

Not really.: Potential side effects include :
weight gain,
dvt's (in smokers)
improved acne (in some)
improved bone strength
reduces risk of ovarian/endometrial ca
no impact on breast ca.
Slightly dampers sex drive,
stabilizes hormones and moods.
Go see your doctor/gynecologist to get the scoop. ...Read more

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My gf takes contraceptive pills every month. Is there any possible side effects?

My gf takes contraceptive pills every month. Is there any possible side effects?

Yes: Contraceptive pills should be taken every day. If she's only taking them every month, then they won't help prevent pregnancy.

There are side effects to birth control pills, but they are typically mild: nausea, headache, and mood effects are the 3 about which women complain to me the most. ...Read more

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Is getting side effects from emergency contraceptive a sign that it worked? Or is it normal to get side effects?

Is getting side effects from emergency contraceptive a sign that it worked? Or is it normal to get side effects?

No it's not a sign: Emergency contraception works if it is around the time you expect to ovulate. If you have already ovulated, example 5 dYs prior. It will not work. There are common side effects we see like delayed or earlier periods. I f there is no period within 2weeks of anticipated cycle., I woul follow up with a pregnancy test. ...Read more

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R there any side effects of using emergency contraceptive pills. .... How frequently can we take these pills?

Bleeding: The most common side effects of emergency contraception is irregular bleeding for 1-2 months after taking. Most widely used emergency contraceptive formulations are Progesterone only & there is no nausea. Plan b for example. Only older formulas using estrogen and Progesterone cause nausea. In some cases birth control pills can be used at high dose as emergency contraception and will cause nausea. ...Read more

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tell me about the Contraceptive implanon ive been using it since I was 14, recently had it replaced as it expired and having negative Side effects?

Implanon: Implanon is a progesterone only contraceptive. Abnormal bleeding, whether that is bleeding every day, no bleeding at all or anything in between, is the biggest side effect. Many people are like you and have no significant bleeding. It is a long acting contraceptive. This does not negate the fact that you should still use condoms to protect against sexually transmitted diseases. ...Read more