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Hormones: Sure, by hormonal replacement. Discuss with ob/gyn. ...Read more
No: Atenolol has not been associated with menstrual issues. Heavy bleed may just be a sign of pre-menopause, please see your doctor for evaluation. The atenolol can be associated with the dizziness. For Buspar (buspirone) to help with anxiety you must take it regularly and also compliment behavior therapy. Hope all goes well for you . Take care. ...Read more
Should not cause: That unless you are losing so much blood that you would be so severe anemic and not getting enough blood to the brain which would be extremely rare , you need to be evaluated for other causes of memory loss, please see a neurologist for that and you need to see your gyn to treat the irregular heavy period, no reason to suffer with that. ...Read more
Many: It really depends on the cause. Women are more prone to heavy or painful periods. Women can be at a higher risk of uterine cancer. Would may be at a higher risk of diabetes and heart disease. That is why it is important to first determine the cause and not just begin a general treatment. ...Read more
Sometimes, yes: Gonorrhea and chlamydia sometimes cause spotting between periods or after sex, and can cause heavier than normal periods. But the large majority of menstrual problems are not due to these or any other STIs. See your doctor if the problem continues. If you have been at risk for STI (new partner, multiple partners, etc), get tested. But even a positive result may not explain the problem. ...Read more
Yes: Since hormones fluctuate related to cycles and digestion is influenced by hormones, there is a definite relationship to gerd symptoms. ...Read more
Definitely: A change in diet and lifestyle has effects on your menstruation. As you lose weight, your period becomes lighter and may disappear if your BMI drops to anorexic levels. Lifestyle that involves traveling, or sleep disturbances or smoking, drugs and alcoholism can also change your menstrual pattern. Stress also can stop your menses. ...Read more
Possibly: Couples struggling to conceive are under tremendous amounts of stress - similar to the levels experienced when a loved one dies. Infertility, however, is even less understood than death and most people do not know how to help you or what to say to be supportive. Get some help at www.Resolve.Org, and our message board at www.Sbivf.Com. Most infertile people will be successful if they get help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Irregular menses: The most common reason for irregular cycles is oligo- or anovulation: in other words either only occassionally releasing an egg or not releasing an egg. This can cause problems getting pregnant because if an egg is not released or not released regularly it reduces the chances. See your physician for evaluation. ...Read more
Could a hormonal imbalance cause midcycle bleeding & worsen gad/depression? Is it worth having my levels checked?
Yes bleed/depression: Hormone imbalance would almost have to be a part of midcycle bleeding, but there many other facters too. Would suggest saliva hormone testing for starting. Then you need guidence from someone skilled in helping to obtain hormone balance. Depression is very often ass. With hormone imbalance. ...Read more
at age 22 having 32 day ovulatory cycles. been having long irregular ovulatory cycles before (36-42) what could be sudden reason? added multivitamins
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