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Having depression & loss of libido with implanon birth control. Which birth control should i go with next after removing this one?
GYN: There are a lot of options in terms of birth control which may or may not be appropriate for you. Talk to your gynecologist about what might be best given your medical history and response. Perhaps a non-hormonal device such as Paragard might be an option ... But best to have an honest talk with your doctor. Wish there was a better answer ... Good luck! ...Read more
Im 17, Had the implanon 3 years just got nexplanon 8 mnths now, severe acne depression no period my doctors
Dont say much should i be concerned im wor?
Implanon/nexplanon: Theoretically any symptoms you had with implanon will be the same with nexplanon. Having said that the symptoms you describe are side effects of progesterone only contraception such as the nexplanon. The symptoms are therefore expected side effects. Speak to your doctor. Perhaps there is another equally effective for you contraceptive. Maybe the nuvaring or OCPs if remembering daily meds is ok. ...Read more
What should I do, im having moodswings, I get depressed all the time, sad, worries, and I've been like this since I had my implanon, what should I do?
Please see your Doc: It's possible that your Implanon is causing your symptoms. See your physician so you can be evaluated for other causes. If your exam and lab studies are normal, i'd recommend removal & use a non-hormonal form of birth control until a diagnosis is made. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Newbaby 02-02-2013 chose implanon as preferred birth control symptoms excesv bleeding depressed cramping irritated no energy moody also on clamara?
Implanon: Irregular bleeding is an almost universal side effect of implanon. There is no normal time for your period on this birth control method. Irregular bleeding can be annoying but it does not mean that the method is not working. This side effect is very typical of Progesterone only birth control methods. ...Read more
Depression: if you have had depressive symptoms for more than a few weeks then see your physician. your PCP is a good place to start and may be able to provide adequate care. so see psychiatrist. alternatively, u could see a therapist and begin psychotherapy. both therapy and medication are very effective. if you feel unsafe or suicidal then please go to the er or call 911. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Teen depression: Is harder to diagnose than depression in adults. All teens have some moodiness and rapid mood swings which can be similar to depression. If you are concerned about a teenager you know consider speaking with a psychologist about your concerns and possibly set up an evaluation for the teen. If a teen is extremely isolated and lacking interest in life ( possibly suicidal) get help asap. ...Read more
Could you tell me what to do if my depressions keeps getting worse because i can't make any friends?
Depression: Consider group therapy where you could learn to improve your interpersonal skills, ask your doctor for a referral to a clinical psychologist who does both individual and group psychotherapy. Start with individual to establish trust and rapport and then you can transition to group therapy. Best. ...Read more
I've gone thru 8 rTMS sessions for GAD and depressions. How long until i begin feeling better. Im still on my meds with rTMS. Tyvm Drs in advance?
Good Question: You may start to feel better sooner, especially because you are on the combination of medications and rTMS but with rTMS you should give it the full 30 treatments (6weeks) and with dTMS you should give it the full 20 (4 weeks)treatments (though an additional 7% of patients got better with dTMS after the maintenance phase (4 weeks of daily "acute" and 12 weeks of twice weekly "maintenance." ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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