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Is Micronor Used For Regulating Periods
Is oral contraceptive pills good to take to regulate periods? Is it effective in for irregular periods?
All: all kinds are available. which one is rihht ffo you consult your doctor. ...Read more
Hello,,,which medicine is most effective to stop periods among Lybrel, Seasonale or Mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD....which medicine is most effective and better???
Pills or IUD?: To be effective, pills need to be taken daily, and there may be some interaction with other meds. If there are side effects, it is easier to stop taking pills. Mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD needs to be inserted/removed by a physician and gives protection up to 5 years. Lybrel is intended for consecutive 365 days but with Seasonale there are 4 periods a year. Your doctor can help you decide which is best for you. ...Read more
No clear differences: There is no clear evidence that users of any one particular pill will have more or fewer side effects.Every person is different, & success with pills can't be predicted--you have to try it on (like finding the best pair of blue jeans).Most people do well on the 1st pill they try, and almost everyone can find a pill that works.Give it a fair try ~3 months if you can, as many mild side effects go away. ...Read more
Progesterone: The one with least Progesterone . This hormone is the most related with depression. If you consider the Progesterone containing iud, Mirena (levonorgestrel) , then you get the least Progesterone in your body. Also, this device has no cumulative drug effect and can be quickly removed if it worsens your depression. Remember, an unwanted pregnancy can be depressing ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sometimes: B"sd presume you mean metformin. This is commonly used for treating diabetes, but also hormone imbalance that can cause irregular menstrual periods. It is thought that metformin lowers insulin levels and helps reduce elevated male hormones that are over produced when insulin levels are high. ...Read more
Maybe: Rarely a woman may get depression symptoms from taking oral contraceptives. Usually they are predisposed to depression to begin with. If you were well, started the pill, and got depressed, simply discontinue the pill, use alternate form of contraception and see if you get better. It may take 1-2 weeks to be sure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are the contraindications for taking oral birth control (for acne) while having the mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD (for more effective birth control)?
What is the name of BC pills which is effective to stop periods and are available worldwide ?? and don't cause breakthrough bleeding??
No Such Thing: There is no guarantee that a birth control pill will not give rise to breakthrough bleeding. It is your hormone and body profile and metabolism and the interaction with the pill that are variables. Most birth control pills are available world wide. Levora (ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel) and Levlen is available in India and will work well to delay your period. Please discuss with your doctor who knows you well. ...Read more
I’ve been using micronor for 6 months now and for the last 2-3 months I’ve had a period every 2 weeks. What should I do?
BCP: Sometimes women need to try a differetn OCp with differet comination of estrogen and progesteron. It is not uncommon to see breakthrough bleeding with low estrogen pills but there can be many other reasons.\. You should discuss this with your provider., who would be able to work with you on this. ...Read more
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