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Lo Ovral Birth Control
Can the lo/ovral birth control pills make you gain weight ? I was percribed them but i don't want to gain weight , im already big .
Contraception is also known as Birth control. Contraceptiion is a means of preventing conception (or fertilization). There are hormonal and non hormonal methods of preventing sperm and egg from meeting. Talk to your doctor or clinic about what options are best for you. There are short acting methods (condoms, pills, patch, ring) and long ...Read more
Yes: Lo-ovral (norgestel/ethinyl estradiol) has a good track record and has been used successfully for many years by many women. Like any ocp, cardiovascular side effects are increased with any smoking so use a different form of birth control for any amount of cigarette/tobacco/smoking use. ...Read more
It can have those: Orval is a 50 mcg estrogen combination b c pill which is a very high estrogen dose. It is hardly used any more due to the it's high dose of estrogen which can cause bloating, weight gain, water retention and rarely more serious side effects. If you do not have a specific reason for being on that pill your gyn should switch you to a lower dose pill. ...Read more
Been getting reoccurring yeast infection (8 wks), could it be due to my higher dose birth control (min ovral)? Ive been on it since feb.
Unlikely: Lo-ovral is a low dose birth control pill that has been around for a long time. It is a progestin dominant pill and like all pills in that category can be associated with some fluid retention, increased appetite and hair changes and lowers the good cholesterol. For the most part, it has been a well tolerated birth control pill choice. ...Read more
I took lo ovral to regulate my period i finish the pack and i'm still on my period its been 7 days i been on my period ? How can it go back off ?
On my 2 green lo ovral pill and my period still hasn't come had sex today and he came in side of mee i want to get pregnant how can I ?
Pretty simple...: Once a woman is married, settled down, and has decided to start a family with her husband (these are all major decisions), she can stop taking birth control pills. If she was fine before the pills, she should begin ovulating in some weeks. She can track her periods to see when she is most fertile each month. Meanwhile, she can take prenatal vitamins and be sure enjoy sex at least every 3 days. ...Read more
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