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Herbal Treatment For Light Periods
If my period are 26 days every month why don't I ovulate hospital refuse to help and I can't get treatment what can I do to fix that?
How: do you know you are not ovulating? I think that this would require medical eval - Don't know of a remedy to address this. ...Read more
During endometriosis treatment first month i had normal periods but now i hav no periods n didn't taken danazole for 2 months am i prangnant?
Maybe: During treatment of endometriosis with lupron, danazole, or synarel, (nafarelin) women will usually have a menstrual cycle during the first month of treatment. After the first month, the menstrual cycle will usually stop. After stopping treatment, the menstrual cycle will usually resume after 1-3 months. It is possible to get pregnant after stopping the treatment. ...Read more
I'm just wondering, if you went to a osteopath would they use herbal medicines as part of their treatment?
Maybe: It depends on the specialty of the physican and her/his specific practice when it comes to herbal remedies. ...Read more
Where and how much?: Depends on where on your body and how big the area that was treated. The doc doing the surgery should make this perfectly clear to you before you get it done. Always ask any question first! Take notes. Take someone with you to hear any explanations, especially a person who may assist in your recovery. Two sets of ears are better than one! Make a list of questions, and write them down, beforehand ...Read more
Risks and benefits: It is important to start w/ medical evaluation. Otc, herbal, and nonprescription remedies are not entirely benign and most have warnings about drug interactions, and more than short term use. Cognitive-behavioral therapy with relaxation training and sleep hygiene has been found to be more effective than meds: http://cpancf.Com/articles_files/psychotherapeuticotcherbalinsomniatreatments.Asp. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sorry there isn't: No herbal or medication treatment. Hyrdocele fluid can be aspirated with a needle ; sclerosant such as tetracycline injected into hydrocele space, but results are unreliable, hydrocele more often than not recurs ; there is risk of infection. Surgery is the bay to go. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
None proven: Unfortunately, there are no peer-reviewed trials supporting use of any herbs or supplements to increase libido or sex drive in either women or men. Pharmaceutical companies are looking at various forms of testosterone for women but are currently stymied by side effects (which can be mitigated by adjusting doses). Compounding pharmacies can formulate something just for you (under md/do supervision). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer