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How Can I Get My Period To Come
The menstrual cycle begins with the shedding of the uterine lining, resulting in bleeding from the vagina. A few weeks later, one ovary releases an egg and the uterine lining thickens in preparation for a potential pregnancy. Pregnancy can occur at this stage if sperm fertilizes the egg. If the egg is not fertilized, the egg will leave your body and ...Read more
See your Gyn: Anovulation is one of the more common reasons for difficulty getting pregnant. Fixing this involves blood tests to prove you are not ovulating and finding the cause. Thyroid problems, for example, can prevent ovulation. Sometimes you need a medication to make you ovulate. It's generally something you need to see your Ob/Gyn about and isn't easily solved with home remedies. Best wishes! ...Read more
"Nothing": Mother nature, at age 46, is sending a message that the "reproductive/menstrual cycle factory" is closing soon, also known as menopause. It is common for periods to be irregular and skipped. However, don't "skip" contraception until "the fat lady sings for six months or more"(no periods). As "change of life babies" are also very common. ...Read more
Varies: Try to be close to your weight that is appropriate for your height. Lose or gain weight as needed. Hormonal lab evaluation is helpful. Monthly Progesterone agents or oral contraceptive pills will help make your cycle regular also. Irregular cycles are related to ovulation problems. ...Read more
When you ovulate: The best way to achieve pregnancy is to use ovulation predictor kits and time intercourse for when you are ovulating. If you have normal menstrual cycles, this should be around day 14 (day one being the first day of menses). But, success depends on your fertility (age, health, husbands health and sperm count). ...Read more
I get really bad pain during my period. I can't take it. I want to know how to end my period permanently.
Birth Control Pills: Since you're young, your best options are either birth control pills taken for continuously or extended cycles longer than one month; or the Mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD. Both have Progesterone that in addition to preventing pregnancy, also minimize growth of the inner uterine lining which becomes your menstrual period. This tissue makes prostaglandins that when released during your period causes cramps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How fast can I get pregnant or what can I do I just got off the pill and i want to get pregnant right away?
I HAVE PCOS AND WANT TO GET PREGNANT HOW CAN I DO THAT. I TAKE BC THAT CAN PREVENT ME FROM GETING PREGNANT. WHAT CAN I DO TO COME ON AND GET PREGNANT.
PCOS & pregnancy: PCOS can make it very difficult to get pregnant without the use of ovulation inducing drugs. Weight reduction and assessment for Diabetes also are important. Once the BC pill is stopped you may require a "jump start" of your period with progesterone. Talk to your OB-GYN MD and if needed see a Fertility specialist. ...Read more
Every 28 days. : Normally if your periods are regular it should be pretty close to this. ...Read more
How can i get my peroid to regulate my doc wont prescribe me the pill as im trying to get preganante?
Depends on cause: It depends on the cause of your irregular periods. Hormonal therapy utilizing oral contraceptive pills is the most common way, but will also prevent pregnancy. If you have polycystic ovarian syndrome, Metformin can help regulate your menstrual cycle. If your obese, weight loss can help. If your stressed, relaxation techniques can. Certain endocrine problems, like hypothyroidism can be treated. ...Read more
If obese -weight : Loss may allow for period return. If you're inactive – try regular aerobic activity (at least 4 days/week). If severely underweight – ^in bmi may help to restore periods. If an endurance athlete – try cutting back on training. If you have polycystic ovary syndrome, metformin may help. Some birth control pills as well as meds like Progesterone or Provera (medroxyprogesterone) could be used under your gyn supervision. ...Read more
How long could it take for me to get my period after getting off Depo-Provera shot? And can I get fertility drugs to help me get pregnant faster?
Up to 9 months: You possibly might not see a period for 9 months from your last shot, although it is usually quicker. This assumes your periods were regular before you started the Depo. Fertility drugs are not appropriate in this situation and would be of marginal benefit even if you could find someone who would prescribe them ...Read more
Late for period: If you are late for your period, the first thing you should do is take a pregnancy test. If this is negative, call your gynecologist for an appointment. Many things can cause your period to be late, including pregnancy, a missed ovulation, thyroid or pituitary gland problems, or problems with the uterus or ovaries. Sometimes a medication will be given to bring on a period - talk to your doctor! ...Read more
Is it normal for your period to come on if you are late for depo? But mine only came on in october i didn't get it for the month of november
Preg test : If you think you might be pregnant check then check a home pregnancy test. They are cheap, reliable and available at any pharmacy. After stopping depo it may take ahile for normal cycles to resume. Start birth control if you don't want to get pregnant and would like cycle regulation. ...Read more
I have not receive my period for 9 months and I have been trying to get pregnant for a year and the half. Please I want me period to come!
Needs to be Checked: We can not help you on this site.You have not had a period for 9 months and I am sure you know that if you do not get your periods,there is no ovulation.Anf if there is no ovulation you can not get pregnant You need to be evaluated by your Gynecologist No periods can be due to Stress,Excessive exercise,Low body weight.Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome,Thyroid Malfunction,and Pitutary Tumor and some drug ...Read more
2nd month ttc, first time didn't work, get really anxious everytime i'm waiting for period to come or not. Really want to conceive! any tips? Thankyou
Too early to worry: It is way to early to be concerned. Unless you have irregular periods or are older, it is too early to do anything. Start trying about 17 days before you expect your period, continue daily for 5 days, take a vitamin that contains Folic Acid and give it some more time. ...Read more
How long does it take your period to come back after IUD removed, and how long until it is safe to get pregnant ?
Is it normal to get have a period for 2 days? And normal for period to come 7 days early ? Not pregnant by the way
Both can be normal: A normal menstrual cycle varies from 21to35-42 days from the start of 1 to the start of the next(depending on your source).There is some normal variation because some eggs mature faster than others.The luteal phase(after ovulation 2 the start of your period)is pretty much 14 days n length.The uterine lining grows n the follicular phase(before ovulation).If this phase is shorter there is less blood ...Read more
Took my last pill of provera (medroxyprogesterone) 10mg for 7days on Saturday,when do i expect my period to come as I didnt get it yet?
I had a medical abortion two weeks ago. If I get pregnant now, before the 1st period to come, could the abortion pills affect the health of the baby?
I used gyno travogen ovule on january 11 and i didnt expect my period to come in jan 13, do i have to get another gyno travogen? or 1st should be ok?
I had spotting for 3 days which was reddish brown in color but on my 4th day i experienced a light flow which isnt enough to fill a pad yet and cramping on 1 side. im expecting my period to come this sunday.i dont normally get spotting before my period a
What does this mean? I just recently had unprotected sex and im still waiting for my period to come.Im worried because i usually get mine right after my mother..And she has already gotten hers. I see signs of my period...Some sort of liquid is coming out
Typically : Typically at the beginning and end of your period the blood will be brown to red in color as you described. There is no cause for concern here. You should expect to have a regular period within a week or so. If not then go ahead and take a urine pregnancy test with your first morning urine. Best of luck. ...Read more
How long does it take for my period to come back on after coming off the Depo-Provera shot? How long does it take to get pregnant after getting off Depo-Provera shot
Very variable!: Some people return to their cycle very quickly, others are irregular for a year. ...Read more
I get migraines that usually come around my menstrual period. I got a really terrible one following an ovarian cyst rupture. Could they be related?
Probably: Your headaches are a common cycle related problem that is quite treatable and manageable, See your Ob/Gyn for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Needs to see doc: She really needs to see a doctor. ...Read more
Will I get my menstrual period on time if I have protected sex 4 days before I'm supposed to get my period?
I've had my menstrual period on january 1 through 4, and now got it today on january 28. That is 26 days. Is this not to early? I did travel &get cold
Depends: How late? Is it regular?Get a more detailed answer ›
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