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Is It Safe For A 15 Year To Take Norethisterone
Probably not: Any hormone medication or herbal over the counter supplements as well as aspirin should be discontinued prior to surgery, preferably for about 72 hours prior to surgery. Hormones and herbals may increase the risk of blood clots or increased bleeding. Aspirin can increase blood loss at surgery as well. ...Read more
Depends: This is a Progesterone only pill. It may regulate your period but if you also want the contraceptive effect, you must be careful to take it the same time everyday. And if you miss a pill, you must use condoms. If it just to regulate the period, you can do a sunday start. Take it at night to prevent nausea. It is safe to use. ...Read more
Taking double micronor (norethindrone) a day and implanon, breakouts still happening, is it safe to take more micronor (norethindrone) on a daily basis? I weigh 15 st
I'm going to take norethisterone to bring on my period as I have not had a period for years Just wondering if it works and how long I should take it?
No: If you have not had a period for years and you're 17 years old and there's some other issue that is going on in this needs to be evaluated I'd be happy to do a consult with you thank you ...Read more
Can I buy aygestin (norethindrone) without prescription? Is it safe to take without prescription? I seen they sell it online
Not legally: In the us. It's a prescription drug because: 1) most people don't need it regularly, 2) most folk won't know how to dose or use it correctly, 3) there may be reasons why you should not be using it anyway. If you can buy it online that's kinda scary, I wouldn't do it. It's not a tylenol (acetaminophen). ...Read more
Which is the best ocp for a nulliparous? And is it safe to take norethisterone for continuous 12days for the postponement of menses?
Low dose: I recommend low dose (20mcg estrdiol) for women starting out on birth control. You have all the benefits and hopefully minimal side effects. Unfortunately, not every pill works for every woman and it's difficult to say which pill will work for you. I like Mircette (ethinyl estradiol and desogestrel) or kariva. And yes, definitely safe to take continuous to postpone menses! ...Read more
17 years old, w PCOS. My periods have been on for two weeks now, and flow is very heavy. Tranexamic acid not working. Should I take norethisterone?
Prolonged period: Do not take the medications you mentioned without first consulting your physician. ...Read more
I am 18 with graves disease. I have a wedding to attend but my period is coming around the same time. Is norethisterone a safe drug for me to take?
I'm 38 years old. No periods for last two months. My FSh level is 25.37mlu/ml. Doctor prescribed me Primolut-nor-norethisterone (10 mg) should I take.
Progestins are safe: Norethisterone is a progestin hormone which can be used by itself or with estrogen like in the birth control pill. It can be used to help suppress ovarian cysts, period bleeding, and to help regulate menstrual bleeding. This progestin when metabolized produces some estrogen so it is likely better than Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) for keeping bones dense. All progestins can turn on appetite for some women. ...Read more
I was on micronor (norethindrone) for a year after birth but it made me bleed constantly. I came off 2mths ago and have had no period. Neg preg test. Very unusual! ?
Off BCP: Not unusual. Birth control pills are hormones and at times when stopping there may be a period of amenorrhea (up to 6 months). Would check urine/blood HCG possible sonogram, which would rule out pregnancy and check for developing follicles. In post pill amenorrhea there are no developing follicles, also your LH/FSH is low. Follow with your doctor. ...Read more
Nursing for full year, no period, on micronor (norethindrone). Once stopped nursing, switched to loseasonique and have had steady menstruation for two months. Normal?
Common.: Breakthrough bleeding and annoying spotting is more common on LoSeasonique because you are not having a regular period every month as you would on a regular type of pill. LoSeasonique is a low dose pill making breakthough bleeding even more common. You might consider switching to a pill that gives you a regular period or try regular Seasonique. Best wishes! ...Read more
there is no recommended limit how long you can take norethisterone. Theoretically, you can take it for a long time. However, I do not know your individual circumstance and do suggest that you double check with your physicain. ...Read more
Once a day: It is taken once a day. Take it the same time everyday. ...Read more
There are risks: I'm pretty sure norethisterone was removed from the us market. There are risks and side effects that are too lengthy to review herein. Check out: http://www. Patient. Co.Uk/medicine/norethisterone. Htm for more information. ...Read more
Hard to answer: I don't understand - it probably wouldn't be "wrong" but- why would one take it if you didn't need it? What's the reason? ...Read more
Yes: There shouldn't be a problem. Although I obviously couldn't give you specific advice without knowing more about which medication specifically. Talk to your doctor if you have questions. ...Read more
Is it ok to take norethisterone for 40days straight, 2tabs (5mg) a day? Dr said I must take for 20days but nurse gave me 80tabs, instead of 40tabs.
Check with doctor: Yes, it is ok to take this medication for that long. Check with your doctor to see if that is what was intended. You didn't mention what problem is being treated. Norethindrone is used to stabilize the lining of the uterus and prevent heavy bleeding in most instances. ...Read more
Norethisterone: Norethisterone (aka Micronor) can be used alone or in combination for birth control. Norethisterone is also used in different doses for other purposes, e.g. to stop heavy menstrual bleeding or for endometriosis. If you are in doubt about your prescription of norethisterone, your pharmacist and doctor can give you more details. ...Read more
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Unlikely: Typically, once the period starts, it usually runs its course. You may have to experiment with using significant doses of norethisterone to try and stop it, and may take some days. ...Read more
Stange combination: It is not typical to be taking progesterone pills at the same time one is using a Progesterone contraceptive implant. Taking the oral Progesterone is not likely to be effective at whatever its purpose was given the circulating Progesterone. Pregnancy is highly unlikely with an Implant but you could always check a home test for reassurance. ...Read more
Hi there- I need to take 'Ellaone' the morning after pill, but I also want to take norethisterone on Friday as I go on holiday. Can I do this?
YES.: Taking progesterone only to induce a period a few days after using the morning after pill shouldn't be harmful or reduce the effectiveness of either. Progesterone only pills can be used as a "morning after pill" but, since I don't know the strength of your norethisterone I can't instruct you on its use. Sounds like you may need to rethink the effectiveness of the contraception you normally use. ...Read more
My holiday is on 8th Aug for 14 days, started period today (lasts 5 days) can I take Norethisterone so my next period will be early before I go away?
Probably not: Norethisterone can be used to delay a period, since it maintains the progesterone level, and it's the progesterone drop that brings on a period. However, assuming you ovulate at mid cycle, your body's own progesterone will keep a period from coming on until about 14 days after ovulation. ...Read more
Norethisterone.: Norethisterone is used in combined oral contraceptives or progestogen only pills and is also a stand-alone drug. Progestogens can treat premenstrual syndrome, painful periods, abnormal heavy bleeding, irregular periods, menopausal syndrome (in combination with oestrogen), or to postpone a period. Side effects are numerous but minor. If causing problems, see the gynecologist who prescribed it. ...Read more
Irregular bleeding: Progestins can be used to help with irregular bleeding. If your bleeding is due to failure to ovulate, progestins can be used to control bleeding. It is normal to have heavier bleeding initially with progestins. However, over time bleeding should become more regular. ...Read more
Depends: This is a Progesterone only pill. It may regulate your period but if you also want the contraceptive effect, you must be careful to take it the same time everyday. And if you miss a pill, you must use condoms. If it just to regulate the period, you can do a sunday start. Take it at night to prevent nausea. ...Read more
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