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Menstrual Flow Is Actually Deteriorating
Menstrual refers to the monthly cycle in women which prepares the female for ovulation, generally once per month, which is that time of month that the egg can be fertilized by the male sperm, for the purpose of reproduction. Menstrual cycles start at the first day of menstruation. (it's always been curious to me that 'menstrual' and ...Read more
Yes : The method you would use depends on your age, desire to have more children and also on your individual circumstances (medical or physical problems--uterine polyps, fibroids). Birth control pills or other hormonal contraceptives; a drug called lysteda: an iud called mirena: a procedure called endometrial ablation--all have been used to decrease abnormally heavy menstrual cycles. ...Read more
Light flow.: The main reason for light periods is a change in hormone levels. Causes for what seems to be a light period can include: thyroid problems, eating disorders, excessive exercise, initial periods for a girl, use of an intrauterine device, oral contraceptives, perimenopause ; implantation bleeding in early pregnancy which rarely occurs. ...Read more
Start with bleeding: Start counting on your first day of normal flow and stop counting when the normal flow stops. If you counting days to try and get pregnant it is important to know that ovulation typically occurs about 14 days before the next cycle. If you are counting days to try and avoid pregnancy please realize that this does not work well. Birth control is a better choice ...Read more
It may or may not: Effect flow. Potential side effects w emergency contraception include menstrual flow changes (spotting, bleeding, early or late period). Take pregnancy test ; notify dr if your period is 7 or > days late. If you are needing to use emergency contraceptives twice in a month - you need to look into a consistent and reliable form of birth control. ...Read more
Can your menstrual flow vary? all day it was very heavy but I wake up this morning and theres barely anything. I'm on the first day
Yes: Yes, it is perfectly normal for menstrual flow to vary over the course of a day and over the course of your period. During the day, you are upright and moving around, which helps move the blood from your uterus out of your body. When you are lying down at night, gravity and movement play less of a role so the flow is often diminished ...Read more
My wife have a problem in having a child she has a problem in her menstrual flow what can we do. Im wondering if who has the problen between us?
I am having poor menstrual flow in last one year .Last time i had examination ,dr. told me that this is '' stabilation '' . What should I do? I am 33
I am 23 unmarried, earlier had normal menstrual flow about three to four pads/24hrs, now reduced, darker, this time 1week late(otherwise regular) no pain?
Sounds normal: Your periods occur because of changes in hormones within your system. While a lot of women have a period every month around the same time, there is variation from cycle to cycle. Ie – a period may come on a few days earlier or later and maybe heavier or lighter depending on the endometrium lining. It may come continuously or with intermittent spotting. These are variation of a normal process ...Read more
Yes: Sometimes when one first starts having periods in adolescence they can last longer. If they persist and are associated with fatigue see your doctor. ...Read more
Yes: Endometriosis is a condition in which endometrial cells (cells from uterine lining) grow in locations other than inside the uterus. We know that women experience "retrograde flow", or flow of menses back thru the fallopian tubes and into the pelvis. Usually, the body resorbs the material, but sometimes these "viable" cells take hold and live in the abdominal cavity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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