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Menstrogen Is It An Abortion Pill
Birth Control: Oral birth control pills contain estrogen and progesterone which are hormones your body makes. Hormonal birth control works by suppressing ovulation. The hormones essentially trick you body into thinking that you're already pregnant and prevent you're ovaries from sending out an egg ...Read more
Ovulation : Rather unlikely!Get a more detailed answer ›
Sometimes: Especially in low dose pills. Ok if your doctor determines no hormonal or other problem. ...Read more
See your MD: There is no best time. It is good to take the time to heal emotionally but generally one normal cycle is enough however. Testing to find out the cause of the pregnancy loss can be done during the next month or two after the loss. Talk to your md about testing get the support and treatment you may need before the next pregnancy. ...Read more
Is it normal to have vaginal spotting during prometrium (micronized progesterone)? Or is just a light period?
Yes-spotting : Menstrual irregularity and menstrual flow changes are common with use of prometrium (micronized progesterone). Some other side effects may include spotting, breakthrough bleeding, breast tenderness, nausea/vomiting and even mild headaches. Keep your appointment with your physician for monitoring. ...Read more
Surgery: Surgery has a lot of risks, no matter what the procedure or the reason. Although pills also carry their risks as well, many would argue that surgery carries more risks and possible known complications with it than pills. Hope that generally answers your question. ...Read more
No: Two types of iud aka intrauterine device/ system are available in the us (progesterone releasing and copper containing). Each changes cervical mucus consistency and ph so sperm cannot make it through to the uterus. The iud changes the lining of the uterus that makes it an environment in which an egg or sperm will not survive and the Progesterone iud may inhibit ovulation. ...Read more
It is hard sometimes to tell if bleeding is menstruation or implantation.what happens if you take Clomid (clomiphene) during an implantation bleeding?
Simple answer: It's not implantation: that's mostly an internet myth. If it's heavy like a period and comes roughly ontime that's what it is. Implantation bleed - if it really happens at all - would be a few spots before a period and then followed by + pregnancy test. DO NOT ever take Clomid (clomiphene) until you are sure your period has started.I hope this helps! ...Read more
Yes-as w depoProvera: Progestin-only containing pills often induce amenorrhea..Same as depo-prover injection which is a progestin-only med..Given every 3 monthsor so and it is almost always result in amenorhea or at least just oligo-menorrhea (little period). It is good at preventing pregnancy, but not 100%..So double check for pregnancy if you are concerned..Consult your doc...Good luck. ...Read more
IUD: safety ?: IUD's ae not as good at pregnancy prevention as oral contraception. If pregnancy occurs, a third rupture of the uterus is possible, so using a better birth control method is safer. The IUD also does not prevent pregnancies in the tube (outside the uterus), so in this case, oral contraceptives are recommended, or tubal ligation if pregnancy is not desired at all. ...Read more
You can't tell: Where bleeding is coming from just by the color. ...Read more