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Hi, I'm 25 struggling with my menstrual cycle . which medication can I take to make sure I get my period every month?
Regular periods ?: The best way to make certain about having regular periods is to start low dose oral contraceptives, if there are no contraindications ( history of blood clots, etc.). Taking the bcp's on time (within the hour of taking the previous night's pill) will ensure you are not pregnant, even if your bleeding is very slight. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Please what are safe medications for menstrual pains. I heard NSAIDS like felvin aren't so good,how true is this?thanks for kind response.
Can methylpredisnone effect a menstrual cycle? Took the medication for pleurisy around the middle of my menstrual cycle. 28 day cycle
NSAIDS: Various forms of Ibuprofen or nonsteroidal antiinflammatories are good first line medication. Some women need to be on birth control pills to control the pain. You should see a gynecologist. You may need a special ultrasound called a sonohysterogram to see if you have polyps or fibroids causing your pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I continued to have menstrual bleeding while on medical therapy. Does this mean that the medication was not working?
Depends: I van not answer because I do not know what you were taking and the reason why. ...Read more
I get menstrual migraines & am in a rural area. Have seen 3 docs who don't know what to do with me anymore. They are angry when a medication/treatment isn't effective. I get upset too, I don't want to be in this much pain but I'm out of options help!
Can be treated: Catmenial (menstrual) migraines are not uncommon, with approaches than can be slightly different than that used for other types of migraine headaches. Since you are in NM, suggest your doctors utilize the teleHealth linkup of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine to discuss your case. http://hsc.unm.edu/health/patient-care/telehealth.html ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Several: There are several options to treat painful periods (dysmenorrhea). Typically, start with nsaids (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) like Motrin and naproxen. If those don't work, can try lysteda. It is a newer medication used for 5 days during your cycle. If those do not work, often using birth control to make periods shorter and lighter will treat the pain. ...Read more
Is it really necessary to take any medications to get through menopause? #nqlu I am basically healthy, still have menstrual cycles (which are changing), and feel okay other than fatigue. And, I have no healt insurance so bio-identicals etc are not possibl
Not necessary: It's not required that you take hormones for menopause, but it's the way to minimize the accelerated aging symptoms associated with loss of estrogen, Progesterone and testosterone. There are several supplements that can ease symptoms as well, though the supplements don't address the physical changes which are delayed by hrt. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi doc, I am 36 years old and have a son of 8years and want to have another child.My menstrual cycle is normal do I need medication to conceive?
Probably not: It sounds like you are in good health and are still far away from menopause. After age 35 genetic counseling is recommended because there is a higher risk for certain diseases in the baby. Generally you wouldn't start with fertility medication until after one year of trying to get pregnant. Talk to your doctor about your concerns. Best wishes and good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can i get prescribed medication for severe menstrual cramps if i don't want birth control? If so, what are some safe meds?
Yes: Birth control pills (containing hormones) can be used to help other conditions besides birth control. The pills can help women with acne, frequent periods, heavy periods, etc... If one just wants non-hormonal medication for menstrual cramps, a primary care doctor or an ob-gyn doctor can help, after an evaluation to be sure nothing unusual is happening in the body. ...Read more
I would like to delay /stop my menstrual cycle prior to going on holiday...is there an over the counter medication I can get at the pharmacy?
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