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Can birth control (mirena (levonorgestrel) iud) trigger ibs? Symptoms appeared after getting iud. How would progestogen affect my GI tract?
Possibly: Ibs is a protean disorder and can be affected by many things. ...Read more
Not usually: That is not a major side effect of the depo shot. ...Read more
Will Neurontin (gabapentin) and percocet control pudenal neuralgia pain , ddd, stenosis in neck, severe chronic abdominal and pelvic pain?
Better option are: : Better options are available for each conditions listed. Severe ddd/c-s stenosis: epidural/surgery. Pudendal neuralgia: surgical decompression is the preferred treatment; pads to avoid pressure while seated; pudendal nerve stimulation; local injection; chronic abd/pelvic pain: opiod induced constipation can worsen this; should work with gyn & GI for better option. Neurontin (gabapentin) okay. ...Read more
Bad RLS whilst withdrawing from oxynorm.and lyrica (pregabalin) after nevro SCS fitted.will TENS help? Is it safe to use TENS with the implant switched on
Cervical fusion (6 years ago). For bulging, cervicogenic headache, stenosis. Is it safe? Recommended with laser treatments. Having muscle spasms after
Surgery alone? No: Assuming the diagnosis of cervicogenic headaches (CGH) is accurate then, the best treatment approaches are generally multifaceted and surgery typically is the final added element of any treatment plan. Have you otherwise tried a combination of medication, physical therapy, other non-drug interventions, and neck blocks? If not, then, I recommend you try those first before doing surgery. ...Read more
Fentanyl patch: Some of the common side effects include nausea, vomiting, constipation, lightheadedness, dizziness, drowsiness, headache, irritation, itching, or redness at the application site can also occur. More serious side effects including agitation, confusion, hallucinations, severe stomach/abdominal pain, difficulty urinating or allergic reactions are very rare. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've experienced severe IBS symptoms since the insertion of my mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD (gas pain = the worst pain i've had!) how would an IUD affect GI issues?
IUD and abdominal Pa: Dear amelia, the most important thing you must do is have your gynecologist assess the status of the iud, has it slipped out of position, is there an infection , is there some allergic reaction. Abdominal pain like ibs can be indecipherable from pain emanating from your female organs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which type of side effects should I expect with the Depo-Provera provera (medroxyprogesterone) shot?
Irregular bleeding: Depo provera--"the shot" is commonly associated with irregular bleeding, especially in the first 3-6 months.At the end of one year, approximately 50% of women are no longer having any bleeding, which most women consider to be a very good thing. You should document the days of bleeding on a calendar, but don't worry about it. Eme women may be hungrier and gain weight. Some may have acne/oily skin. ...Read more
Anything is possible: Iud's can cause some crampiness just due to uterine irritation, especially in the 1st few weeks after insertion. A visit to your obgyn can ensure that it is in the correct position. Otherwise, iud's in general and Mirena (levonorgestrel) are nto known for causing severe abdominal pain. If that si the case, then you shoudl see your doctor to be evlauated. ...Read more
NO: Most of the discomfort from removing a Mirena (levonorgestrel) IUCD usually occurs during removal or a few moments afterwards and is usually mild. It is very uncommon to have severe cramping. However, your next periods are likely to be heavier than before and may be associated with cramping. Be safe. Reconsider requesting another another IUD like Skyla...if you do not want to get pregnant or to have menstrual pain ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer