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Started having 9 days period and is two weeks interval. Am not on any medication, please what's happening?

Started having 9 days period and is two weeks interval. Am not on any medication, please what's happening?

NOT normal: This is highly abnormal and needs to be investigated by a qualified specialist. There are many, many possible reasons for this, and an excellent doctor needs to find out why this is happening in order to best treat you. If you can't find a superb specialist near you, you're certainly welcome to come here.
Dr. Roseff in fl. ...Read more

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What is the medication for 3months no monthly period? Pls help me

What is the medication for 3months no monthly period? Pls help me

Oral contraceptive: From your question it seems that you are wanting to know what birth control medication allows for a quarterly cycle. In other words no period for 3 months. The medication is now generically available is is simply an extended version of an estrogen and Progesterone combination that is continuous (no sugar pills). The brand names are "seasonique" and "seasonale" and "lybrel". ...Read more

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What medications can stop my period?

What medications can stop my period?

Multiple: Multiple medications can intefere with a menstrual cycle and stop periods. The most common are hormonal contraceptives. The list could be quite extensive, without further information. ...Read more

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Is there medication I could take so that I have no period for 5 months?

Is there medication I could take so that I have no period for 5 months?

Yes there are BCPill: There are no period birth control pills like lybrel. Talk to your gynecologist as you need a prescription. ...Read more

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Could the medication Flagyl affect your period?

Could the medication Flagyl affect your period?

Flagyl: Painful periods may occur in 1 to 10% of women per Drugs. Com. ...Read more

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Safe medications to take for a womens period symptoms?

Safe medications to take for a womens period symptoms?

NSAIDs: Non steroidal anti-inflammatories (ibuprofen, naproxen) have been shown to help period related symptoms. Birth control can also help symptoms. Best of luck. ...Read more

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I can't have a period and I'm 22 what kind of medication do I need to take?

I can't have a period and I'm 22 what kind of medication do I need to take?

What should I do?: This, unfortunately may not be the best forum for you to get help. A physician needs to examine you and do some testing to come up with the reason you are not having periods and how to correct that. There are some excellent choices in the salt lake area for this (i went to school there....).

Now if you have no insurance or cannot afford the care there are some options like planned parenthood. ...Read more

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I have had a period for 3 weeks is there some kind of medication they can give me so that it will stop?

I have had a period for 3 weeks is there some kind of medication they can give me so that it will stop?

Diagnosis first: Many conditions cause prolonged or abnormal uterine bleeding. Your first goal is to see a specialist and get a diagnosis then you can get the treatment that will help stop the bleeding. You could have a hormone problem, pregnancy problem, abnormal growth such as a polyp or fibroid, blood clotting disorder, etc. Until we know why you are having abnormal bleeding, treatments will fails. Best wishes. ...Read more

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What are some ways (natural and/or medications) that could make your period come 1 week or few days earlier?

What are some ways (natural and/or medications) that could make your period come 1 week or few days earlier?

See below: A common method of delaying the onset of your period is to start birth control pills. As for medication to make your period come on earlier, I'm not aware of one.

The internet is filled with advice on which herbs suposedly induce menstruation (e.g.Vit C, Celery,) These herbs are called Emmenagogues. Some of them are foods we normally eat. I was not able to find any scientific evidence that they work. ...Read more

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Missing period I went from every month to evry other month now it's been on two months neg pt not bf or on bc and no medication that would affect it.

Missing period I went from every month to evry other month now it's been on two months neg pt not bf or on bc and no medication that would affect it.

You: You are experiencing irregular periods. This may be due to anovulation, which basically means you may not be ovulating. When ovulation stops a hormonal imbalance occurs in your body, which ultimately leads to a thickened uterine lining. This lining is eventually shed t (your period) however this happens in an abnormal pattern, as in your case.,
reasons for anovulation are:
sudden weight fluctuations (increase or decrease)
stress/anxiety
polycystic ovarian syndrome (pcos)
thyroid disorders. Etc
i recommend you consult your primary care provider or gynecologist for a work up of your irregular periods.
Good luck. ...Read more

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Is there typically an adjustment period to hypothyroid medication?

Is there typically an adjustment period to hypothyroid medication?

Yes: The most common cause is autoimmune or hashimoto's hypothyroidism. Especially in the beginning, this can fluctuate leading to unpredictable changes in the hormone level. This will require monitoring and dose adjustment. ...Read more

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How can I get my period earlier without medication? It is due in 10days and I need them earlier.

How can I get my period earlier without medication? It is due in 10days and I need them earlier.

Sorry: You will just have to let nature take its course at this point. If you had planned ahead a few months ago it could have been timed with a pill ...Read more

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What medications are the best to relieve period pain?

NSAID's: Avoid caffeine, alcohol, extra salt & junk carbohydrates. Increase complex carbohydrates – try to incorporate at least 5 servings of vegetables and 4 servings of fruit into your diet daily. Try: omega- 3 fatty acids. Try to take in magnesium either through supplementation or through your diet with your doctor’s approval. Non –steroidal anti-inflammatory medications can help with pain control. ...Read more

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Can taking antianginal medications delay your period?

Can taking antianginal medications delay your period?

Not generally: But the old adage is "any medicine can do anything". You should check with your ob/gyn. But if you are taking anti-anginals and still young enough to be menstruating, you probably have the Insulin resistance syndrome and thus decreased sex hormone binding globulin, the key feature of poly cystic ovary syndrome, have your doctor check your shbg level. ...Read more

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I haven't had my period in 4 months and I'm only 16. I'm not on any medication or anything and I'm SURE I'm not pregnant. What's happening?

I haven't had my period in 4 months and I'm only 16. I'm not on any medication or anything and I'm SURE I'm not pregnant. What's happening?

Irregular cycles: Irregular cycles are fairly common when menses first begins. The time to seek evaluation is if menses stop for more than 4 -6 months, there is abnormal hair growth, sudden worsening of acne, increased weight or other symptoms. You should followup with your doctor for further evaluation. ...Read more

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Hi. I'm 44 years old and haven't had my period for 6 months. I've had a bit of spotting. I am not sexually active nor have I been for years. (About 15 years). I am not taking any medications. I do have infrequent PMS symtoms. Without getting my perio

Hi. I'm 44 years old and haven't had my period for 6 months. I've had a bit of spotting. I am not sexually active nor have I been for years. (About 15 years). I am not taking any medications. I do have infrequent PMS symtoms. Without getting my perio

Perimenopause?: You could be transitioning into menopause. You should see your gyn and make sure that there are no other reasons for your absent periods. He/she can also test your hormones and get a sense of what is going on. ...Read more

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What can stop my period or cut it off without medication?

What can stop my period or cut it off without medication?

Nature: The natural course of things will stop your period. Nothing else without hormonal manipulation (medications) will do so. ...Read more

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What medication do I need to take to force my period to come? I am two weeks late.

What medication do I need to take to force my period to come? I am two weeks late.

Late period.: There is no medicine which will make your period occur. If you have had sexual intercourse in the last month, you should do a home pregnancy test. If not, then see your doctor to determine why not, if your period does not occur. Good luck. ...Read more

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I want to start my period today before I go on holiday but without any medication how do I do this?

I want to start my period today before I go on holiday but without any medication how do I do this?

You can not: There is not a way to make your self have a period without taking medication. Birth control pills can help give you control over when your period comes but not in one day ...Read more

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In general, can the medication Verapramil be discontinued without the need to reduce mg. Strength over a long period of time under supervision?

In general, can the medication Verapramil be discontinued without the need to reduce mg. Strength over a long period of time under supervision?

It depends: Verapamil is a medication that is used to control high blood pressure. It is also prescribed for several other conditions including migraine headaches, cardiac rhythm disturbances, coronary artery disease etc.

Unlike some medications, stopping verapamil will not lead to withdrawal symptoms. Depending on the condition your physician may decide to stop the medication abruptly or reduce the dose. ...Read more