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Hemorrhoids After Birth
No!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!: But u should ask your ob, anal sex anytime, but esp right after giving birth can cause your hemm. To get worse , can cause rectal tears or fissures can cause damage to the anal sphincter so u can't control gas or bm, and bacteria can be spread into vagina and you could get a bad infection, and if u had any stitches from the delivery could infect them. ...Read more
Small risk: Birth control pills carry a small increased risk of forming a blood clot. This risk is markedly increased in women over 35 who smoke, and these women should not take the pill. Discuss your personal medical history with your doctor to see if the pill is the right birth control option for you. ...Read more
Not usual: Heavy bleeding is not typical upon starting the pill. While it is common to have some irregular or break through bleeding or is not typically heavy. Check again with your doctor to assess the uterus for any abnormalities with an ultrasound and your blood tests for clotting problems. ...Read more
2 weeks: You can start a progesterone-only pill about 2 weeks postpartum. A combined pill with estrogen and Progesterone shouldn't be started until a few months after delivery as the estrogen can slightly increase your risk of blood clots immediately postpartum and can decrease your milk supply if started too soon. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Will taking progesterone cream after birth control pills regulate my cycles if i bleed when stopping it after no periods for 7 months post pill?
More info: Hi Brittany, can you give me more details & I'll try to answer your question. ...Read more
After how long periods come after giving birth? I'm breastfeeding and have an IUD (multi-load) inserted six weeks after giving birth.
Withdrawal bleed for 3 weeks. Stopped pill, started again after bleeding ended. Possible ovulation during 3weeks of missed pills?
Many options: 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
21-42 days: Early postpartum use of combined birth control pills (estrogen + progesterone) may increase the risk of blood clots. Women with no risk factors for blood clots may start the use after 21 days. Women with risk factors for clots (smoking, hypertension...) should wait 42 days. Progestin-only pills may be started earlier. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
About 3 days: withdrawal bleeds are caused by the destabilization of the lining of the uterus when it is no longer exposed to the progesterone component of your birth control pill. restarting birth control pills after you have started bleeding can shorten your period but will not stop it instantly because the process has already started I would expect about three days. ...Read more
On 3rd pack of extended bc pill(skipped inactive pills), breakthrough bleeding in 3rd week of this pack after sex.Spotting still.Vaginal bleeding after bowel movement too.Is this due to extended bcp?
How long after discontinuing birth control (yaz) before periods start again? Had 1 3 months later and none in 2 months. No chance of pregnancy.
Irregular cycles: Birth control pills are often used to regulate cycles. If this is the case you may not regulate. More likely though, you are in the peri menopausal period and may space your periods as you get to menopause. Menopause is defined as more than a year without periods. The time leading up to this is marked by irregular cycles. Hope this helps. ...Read more
1-3 months: Some may take longer.Get a more detailed answer ›
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