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Mood swings days before period, very painful periods, headaches, cravings for sweets, etc... Is there anything I can do to help these symptoms?
Perimenstrual: Symptoms such as you are having are very common. There are a couple of things that can be done to help these. You could take birth control pills which can decrease some of the symptoms especially the painful periods. Another option is to take an antidepressant for just 10 days of the month which helps with the other symptoms, fluoxetine. Talk with your GYN or FP about options. ...Read more
Also called cephalalgia, is pain anywhere in the region of the head or neck, & can be a symptom of a number of conditions affecting those areas. It originates from pain-sensitive structures such as cranium, muscles, nerves, vessels, subcutaneous tissues, eyes, ears, sinuses & mucous membranes. It is non-specific symptom & can be primary such as tension ha, or secondary ...Read more
Taking microgestin to help with my painful periods. I am on my second pack and having lower back pain and headaches, moodswings, normal side effects?
Drug not your friend: The medication you are taking is not a natural hormone for your body, and the side effects are telling you that your body does not like it. Bio-identical hormones through a troche might work for you. Creams are not ideal. Pellets are not ideal. Hope you can find a practitioner. www.blatmanhealthandwellness.com ...Read more
I am 45yrs old female. I have irregular and painful periods. Can you kindly advise me why is like this and what is the remedy?
My obgyn has recommended mirena to assist with heavy / irregular and painful periods and endometriosis. Is this safe?
My gf had irregular and painful periods when she was teenager.She had treatment and now it is not painful but sometimes irregular .Will she make mom?
YES: She must be under the care of OB gyn. Her period can be regulated and she can be a mom. Good luck ! ...Read more
Which birth control pills are best for women who have heavy, irregular, and painful periods? Which features make them effective for menstrual help?
So many options: There are really too many options available depending on each individual's circumstances to go over in this short answer. It is an excellent question to pose to your doctor. Some women need estrogen predominant, some benefit from triphasic pills - it all depends on your individual history. ...Read more
Hello I am a 31 year old women that got my first menstrual cycle at 10 years old and 5 years after that I was told I had polycystic ovarian cysts or symdrome . I've been having irregular and painful periods all my life even though that my 3 pregnancies ha
State question: It sounds cplx, I suggest making appt/virtual consult if you want an answer. Good Luck ...Read more
Is my menstration period normal. Could there be an underlying medical condition. I started my cycle about age 14. I have had very painful periods since about age 16. I have irregular cycles that last about 7 days. After i had my first child the pain subsi
Your : Your periods sound move severe than average periods. I assume you are trying to use advil or tylenol for your discomfort. There are hormonal treatments (oral contraceptives) and implantable devices (implanon and mirena) that can help regular periods or get rid of them altogether if you are not desiring pregnancy at this point. ...Read more
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