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How To Stop Periods From Coming
Abscesses: These need to be treated with incision and drainage combined with antibiotics directed against the causative organism(s). If despite this they recur you are probably colonized in your nose and throat and the surface of your skin and use of mupirocin ointment and chlorhexidine containing soaps may be beneficial in trying to combat this. See an Infectious Diseases expert. Good luck. ...Read more
No can still ovulate: I am sorry to hear about your miscarriage. Ovulation does not depend on bleeding. Ovulation is dependent on your levels of estrogen and progesterone. Now if you are bleeding from a miscarriage, pregnancy is very unlikely. Plus your levels of estrogen might be still off if you are still bleeding from a miscarriage and due to your estrogen levels you will not ovulate. ...Read more
Body growth: Unless you are having some underlying bone/hormonal disease-you should be checked. if you feel nothing is wrong- leave it be, your growth plates may still be open. Xrays can tell if growth plates are open. Start with an endocrinologist if you are concerned. Good luck ...Read more
Depends: I'm assuming you mean prevent it from coming once because of a special event like a trip, wedding, etc. If you are on birth control like pills or the NuvaRing, if you skip the placebo week or week off and just start a new pack or ring, it is likely that you will skip your period. If you aren't on one of these methods, there's not really anything you can do. ...Read more
Rich blood supplied : If from trauma, as the scalp is tightly stretched over the skull bones with less contractility of the opened up blood vessels , in most of the areas of scalp it will be tough to control bleeding without hemostatic sutures er /pcp office if it is a big wound/bleeding is profuse, u r anxious, feel weak, dizzy etc.Ifwound is small good applic.Of pr.With clean dressing/cloth, ice application helps. ...Read more
Contraception: Easy: 1) abstinence, no sexual intercourse, 2) barrier contraception, condoms or diaphragm, 3) birth control pills, 4) long-acting contraceptives, Depo-Provera provera, (medroxyprogesterone) 5) other contraceptives, iud, 6) permanent sterilizations, tubal ligation, essure, adiana, vasectomy. ...Read more
Dysregulation: Mental stress can temporarily alter the functioning of your hypothalamus -- the part of your brain that, amongst many other things, controls the hormones that regulate your menstrual cycle. Excessive exercise and low body weight (as in anorexia nervosa) can cause this also. ...Read more
You can't: Once the air is in the vagina, it will find a way to come out, unfortunately at inopportune times occasionally. Unlike the anal sphincter which can be "closed" and makes us socially acceptable animals, the pc(pubococcygeus muscle) of the vagina can't always prevent egress of "gas" from the vagina. ...Read more
Podatrist: Put your feet in the hands of a good podiatrist. A podiatrist can assess your feet and than help you with correcting this problem. Take care. ...Read more
See an GYN first: Sometimes fibroids can be treated by alternative methods such as uterine artery embolization, or focused ultrasound. Fibroids under the lining of the womg(sub-mucosal) can be removed via outpatient hysteroscopic surgery. Otherwise, you will need a "lot of stock in kimberly- clark"(tampons and pads) on this trip. A low blood level(anemia) will also cause excessive fatigue on your trip. ...Read more
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