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Levonorgestrel Allergy In Children
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
No allergy: There is no such thing call allergy, there are side effects Read more
I've been having this red circle around my mouth now for 2 months...It can be itchy at times. It's not an allergy or chapped lips. I got mirena (levonorgestrel) in oct?
Dermatitis: Do you have nasal alergies and feel congested? Do you apply chaptix or other lipstick on your lips? The rings can be from skin dryness of contact allergy to a cosmetic product. Apply vaseline daily and no other products and if your nose if congested see an allergist to get it treated. You may be mouth breathing at night. Read more
26 year-old woman is unable to stop Nordette (ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel) birth control pills after 8 yrs of use, due to heavy vaginal bleeding upon Nordette (ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel) discontinuation.....?
What are goals?: The answer depends on your long term goals. If you do not want more children then an endometrial ablation is a good option. Assuming you do want more children then other options can be considered. Testing for PCOS and hypothyroidism could be done. Since you are missing periods followed by heavy bleeding PCOS seems likely. A sonohystogram should be done to see if a polyp or submucosal fibroid is present. If present then these can be surgically removed as an outpatient. If pregnancy is desired later on but not now a Mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD could be a great option. This often stops bleeding. If you are satisfied with the pill you could just continue Read moreSee 9 more doctor answers
What is a 43 year old woman to expect from having mirena (levonorgestrel) in for 6 years. No children wanted! Thanks!
Ttc for yr tried everything have two other children had mirena (levonorgestrel) surgically removed and some endemetriosis removed could that be the problem plz help!
Endometriosis: Individuals with endometriosis have trouble concieving depending on the severity of the endometriosis. However, it seems that you have two children from before that is a good sign. My recommendations is to get an ovulation kit and timed intercourse every other day to optimize your chances of pregnancy when you ovulate Best wishes Dr M Read more
I am 32yrs old, I have 3 children. I had the mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD placed in 2006, and removed in 2010.I have not been able to conceive as of then?
Infertility: That would represent significant infertility. When it takes longer than 2 years to become pregnancy natural pregnancy rates decline rapidly and significantly. The Mirena (levonorgestrel) does not affect fertility. So something has changed since 2006. Only a fertility evaluation can figure out the exact nature of the problem. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is bad cramping and significant bleeding normal for the day after getting the mirena (levonorgestrel) iud? I have never had children.
Can happen: Observe, but if persists, should be evaluated. Read more
I haven't had any children yet, but I have birth control mirena (levonorgestrel) and it's been causing me pain in my lower abdomin. I've had mirena (levonorgestrel) for a year + now.?
Lots of other causes: You will need to be seen by your doctor to determine the cause of pain. Of you had your iud for over a year without problems I would investigate other causes such as an ovarian cyst. The doctor will verify the iud is in the proper location by exam or sonogram and look for other causes as well as test for infection. Read more
Can levora (ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel) affect my reproductive health later on when I'm ready for children?
No longer available: Norplant (levonorgestrel) is not available anymore in the United States. There is a similar device called implanon. It is a thin, small cylindrical structure that is easily inserted under your skin. It lasts for three years. It has no estrogen in it. It is 99% effective. It can be associated with irregular bleeding. Read more
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Hormonal IUD: The Mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD is one of the BEST forms of birth control available, it lasts 5 years, is ~99.5% effective, and thins the uterine lining so that you get lighter periods. 20% of women will stop having periods after 1 year and that's perfectly healthy. Effects in the uterus and so it won't affect or be affected by other medicadtion; very safe method; biggest risk after insertion is expulsion (1-2%). Read more
Yes: It is a good form of contraception, especially if you have irregular periods since it does have some hormone that it releases and can help to regulate your periods. The insertion is a little uncomfortable, but after you have it placed, you can keep it there for up to 5 years before needing to replace it. Read more