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How To Increase Menstrual Blood Flow
You cant: Everbody is different in the amount that they bleed each month. There is no way to increase the amount of flow that one person has. If you are not getting a period at all, then we can place you on birth control pills to induce a cycle. ...Read more
Menstrual refers to the monthly cycle in women which prepares the female for ovulation, generally once per month, which is that time of month that the egg can be fertilized by the male sperm, for the purpose of reproduction. Menstrual cycles start at the first day of menstruation. (it's always been curious to me that 'menstrual' and ...Read more
Inner lining: The inner lining is what is shed during the menstrual period - henc the clots that can sometimes be observed. Once the lining is shed there is no need for any further bleeding. In some women the inner lining that is built up during the first half of the menstrual cycle is thicker than in others, which is the main reason why in otherwise health women some women have more and others less bleeding. ...Read more
Is having decreased menstrual blood flow than normal for two consecutive cycles a cause for serious concern for a woman of 24 years?
Not necessarily: The amount of flow depends on the balance of estrogen and progesterone. The more estrogen the more uterine lining grows and the more you have to bleed off. Progesterone is produced after ovulation and makes the lining stop growing and get mature. If ovulation is early you will have less time for the lining to grow. ...Read more
BCP: Yes, you can use birth control pills. ...Read more
Do I count the brownish spotting at the end of my menstrual cycle as day 5 or I count the last day that I had with regular blood flow as my last day?
Days of period: If it looks like old blood (all brown), then that means the actual bleeding stopped a day or so prior to that. If there's any bright blood, then you're still on your period it's not a super exact science, so being off by a day or two doesn't make a difference for most things. For pregnancy, we care more about what day your last period started. ...Read more
2 months late, 14 days spotting, 4 days with high flow menstrual bleeding, in the toilet, just blood flow and im scared, do I need to go to er?
Lots of options: You will need to see your obgyn for an exam and testing. Depending on your age and fertility plans there are lots of treatment options. Birth control pills can regulate your cycle. Mirena (levonorgestrel) iuds can minimize your periods. Lysteda is a great new hormone free drug used to stop heavy periods. If you are done with pregnancies ask if you are a candidate for an endometrial ablation. ...Read more
What does it mean to have very light blood flow with tissue discharge while on your menstrual cycle?
Lining of the uterus:
Prior to your period the lining of the uterus builds up.
when your period starts this lining sheds along with blood. It is a normal process ...Read more
What does it mean if your menstrual blood flow has been lighter than normal for about 5 months? Not pregnant.
It's OK: It could be an indication that you're shedding the lining of the uterus more efficiently than you did in the past. Also, lighter periods would be expected if you've started birth control pills this year. ...Read more
Is it wrong to start Clomid (clomiphene) in the spotting of continuous bleeding (without blood flow) phase before the start of blood flow phase of menstrual cycle?
No one answer: Clomid (clomiphene) can be given during numerous time periods after the first menstrual bleed. This is up to the physician but in general the amount of bleeding does not matter per say. Typically Clomid (clomiphene) can be given 3 to 5 days after the first sign of menstrual bleeding. Some women only spot and some have heavy flow. So it would be Ok to give Clomid (clomiphene) if you only spot during day 3 or 4. Again this is up to doc ...Read more
Painful menstrual cramp large blood clots and heavy blood flow, fatigue/back/ thigh pain. Is this normal? Had endometrial thicken had d&c.
Does taking PROVERA (medroxyprogesterone) affect the blood flow during menstural cycles? I had very little flow just for two days after taking provera (medroxyprogesterone).
See sex therapist: Both premature ejaculation and diminished libido (early ejaculation and decreased sexual appetite) are usually related to an underlying anxiety. Assuming your testosterone levels are normal sounds like you would be best served seeing a sex therapist. One thing you can try is to squeeze the penis if you feel premature ejaculation beginning to occur. ...Read more
Exercise: Cardiovascular execise, which is good for your heart, is also good for your penis. Studies have demonstrated that just increasing exercise level can improve erections beyond that, there are oral and injectable medications that can improve blood flow to the penis. ...Read more
Need diagnosis: Blood flow to the nose is controlled by the autonomic nervous system. These nerves control the size and rate of blood flow to the mucosa of the lining of the lateral wall (turbinates) and middle of the nose (septum). Dilation of the blood vessels is a vagal response. Constriction of the blood vessels is a sympathetic (adrenaline) response. I do not think you can control these responses. ...Read more
PDE5 inhibitors: Such as viagra (sildenafil) or cialis. However, these should only be prescribed after suitable medical work-up to ensure meds are safe 4u. Beware fake meds available via the intenet, no matter how legitimate the site appears to be. Many, if not majority are fakes ; some are dangerous. By all means purchase from a lgitimate pharmacy in canada or europe, but internet beware. ...Read more
They say...: Gingko helps with this but. I think many studies ahve been done and none show any measureable result. ...Read more
These will help: A condom or a dab of a topical anesthetic on your glans may do the trick. Your physician can offer a very low dose of a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor. Or you and your partner (s) can learn and practice the squeeze technique -- this is fun, will let you reprogram your nervous system to make you a superlatively excellent lover, and is your best long-term solution. Best wishes. ...Read more
My periods are regular. But the flow is very less...it lasts for only 2. max 3 days... and I want to increase my blood flow... I am 23yrs old...?
Period: Hi, usually people try to decrease the bleeding during period so why do you want to increase the bleeding? ...Read more
Yes: Blood flow to heart & lungs increase during exercise in order to improve oxygenation of muscles. Blood flow also increases to remove metabolic waste which you can feel as "burn" sensation after strenuous exercise. ...Read more
If an organ experience permanent reduction in blood flow due to past injury, does it increase risk of the cells containing more mutations in future?
No: I think this has been answered. If this were true, regions of chronic ischemia and old infarcts would get more cancers. They don't. The ability of DNA to sustain damage and to undergo repair is not really dependent on abundant oxygenation. Your question makes me concerned that you are reading pseudoscience. Please be discerning. Best wishes. ...Read more
Niacin.: Supplementing with 2000-3000mg of flush free Niacin daily can help to control your cholesterol levels quite nicely, even increasing your HDL and converting your LDL to a less harmful subtype. Unlike high-powered stains, though, Niacin has not been shown to effect arterial plaque regression, I.e. Increase blood flow directly. ...Read more
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