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Depends: In many locations you can obtain contraceptive services from free clinics as an adult or without parental consent if a preteen. Planned parenthood provides this service in many areas. Your local health department may be able to provide you with that information. ...Read more
I have just recently stop taking my birth control. How soon can I start trying to have children and should I go see a doctor first about it?
Birth control question. Please help. I get pills from back in india. Can I see doctor in us for refill?
Refills: You can certainly schedule a doctor visit & arrange to have something comparable prescribed by a local physician. In the US, it is considered inappropriate to "refill" another doctors prescription without doing a face to face history, exam and establishing a treatment chart. Docs face disciplinary action and can loose their license if they do. ...Read more
I've been bleeding for a month now that I stoped my birth control. I was on the birth control shot and I didn't get my last dose now I've been bleeding for a month strait. Should I see a doctor?
Depo: Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) works by affecting your hormone levels which prevents ovulation and thus prevents pregnancy. Once you stop getting the Depo-Provera shot regularly, it can take up to 3-4 months for your hormone levels and cycle to once again become regular. Though some women will start to ovulate regularly immediately after stopping depo, many women will not. Because of this, irregular bleeding after stopping Depo-Provera is a fairly common problem. You should give your doctor a call if this doesn't resolve after 3 months or if you think your bleeding is heavy or excessive. There are medications your doctor can give you to stop your bleeding. Good luck! ...Read more
To change birth control pills, will I have to make an appt to see the doctor, or can it be done over the phone?
It depends: Some doctors will make a medication change via a telephone encounter but it depends on several variables, i.e. The general health of the patient, any comorbid medical diagnoses, when the patient last visited the office, and type of medication request. In general expect to make an appointment. ...Read more
Have a tip of pen size mole on lower thigh since birth, white in color, last 6 months got twice as big and is darker worry? See doc?
I'm on birth control, and I have had this brown stringy/stretchy and clear discharge. No oder or pain. Should I see a doctor or worry?
It may be a: Combination of vaginal secretions mixed with a small amount of blood. That can certainly occur when taking oral contraceptives. Not necessarily a problem. Take care. ...Read more
I just started taking birth control and now two weeks into it, I'm bleeding like I'm having a period again. Is this normal or do I need to see a doc?
Not normal.: Call your doctor, you may need different pill with different dosages of hormones. ...Read more
If you have a cold can you take over the counter Med. With birth control pills or do I need to see a Doc.?
I constantly having spotting now and then when to doctor for it they don't see any problem r maybe its the birth control (chateal)is frustrating help me?
Heavier than normal period 2 weeks after the end of my normal cycle. Not on birth control. When/should I see the doctor?
Wait a month or two: Not all cycles are perfect.Get a more detailed answer ›
I've had my period twice in two weeks now. Just got back on birth control in that time span could that have cause it or should I see a doctor?
My period lasted 11 and then I had a 2 day break and it's just come on again! I'm on birth control for the second month. Should I see a doctor?
I am 22, have been off birth control and trying to conceive for 4 cycles. My cycle is around 40 days. Should I see a doctor or should I keep trying?
Keep trying: Typically at your age doctors won't look into why you are not conceiving until you have tried for a year. However if you have any other known medical confditions you may want to check with yout doctor. In meantime make sure you are taking prenatal vitamins ot folic acid. Have fun trying. ...Read more
Can't see doctor for three weeks. Late period by two months with numerous negative tests. Could I go ahead and start birth control or should I wait?
Hello good morning, see I went to the gyno on aug 22 two days after I finished my monthly cycle. I went to get my IUD removed after 6 years. The doc gaqve me a new method for birth control so I started the pills that same day. Well 3 or 4 days I had s
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Should I wait until I miss my period to see my doctor? I have been off birth control for just over 4 months now, with a regular period since then.
I don't want to relay on birth control pills, I stop taking the pills and no period. What doctor should I see? What should I do? I need he'll asap
Primary care: See your regular doctor first. You may need an ob-gyn as well. ...Read more
I got the DepoProvera birth control shot last week. I'm having these severe cramps that have kept me in bed. Should I see a doctor or is it normal?
Not normal...: Severe cramps is not an expected or normal consequence of a DepoProvera injection. ...Read more
I am trying to concieve but I don't have the 500 to pay to see a doctor I've been trying for the past 4 years. What can I do? I was on birth control. Stopped, tried sperm
Please: Please call fertility clinics in your area. Many fertility clinics will work with you on the billing issues. Ask for the office manager, and explain your situation. There are clinics willing to help. If you have a university hospital in your area, that is another option. Ask for the perinatology group, and explain your situation to the office manager (usually they are more helpful than the receptionist with billing issues). ...Read more
Is there anything I can do for misophonia without having to go see a doctor/therapist? When I gave birth to my first son, I started feeling intense rushes of rage and adrenaline (followed by heavy guilt over feeling the rage) upon hearing a wide range of
Hello.: Hello. Selective sound sensitivity or misophonia is sometimes treated with sound desensitiation. Since you don't believe that the medical route is available to you right now, consider becoming a member of the the - selective soft sound syndrome online support group -. The people involved either suffer from misophonia or have loved ones who do and offer both support and suggestions for coping. Take care. ...Read more
Doctor took a blood test to see if my ovaries was any good he said No an put on birth control can he determine tht without ultrasound? Continue bthcon
It's complicated: I assume you want a work up for a problem with infertility. You should really be worked up with your partner, not on your own. You should spend some time on the Web to see what is involved in a full work up. Good site is www. Mayoclinic. Com search term would be infertility work up. Then go see a doc who specializes in infertility. ...Read more
Vaginal stitches (internal 2nd degree lacerations) after child birth, that the threads hang out of you at 3 weeks post partum. Should I see my doctor?
Yes: Better be seen, stitches need to be removed by healthcare professional, best wishes ...Read more
I have been on Yaz birth control for two weeks. And have developed a dull pain behind my right knee to calf. Should I relax/see a doc?
I would!: Calf pain can be a sign of a blood clot. You are at increased risk of this on birth control pills. Get checked now! It may be something else, but don't take chances. A clot in your leg can break off and spread to your lung (pulmonary embolus), which is very, very serious. Don't take chances. Find out for sure what is going on. ...Read more
It's day 13 of my first post partum period and still very heavy flow. Is this normal or should I see a doctor (I am on birth control pills)?
Uterine "purge": The uterus is emptying everything from the pregnancy out a this time. That includes blood, debris, and gestation tissue remnants. The bleeding should eventually slow down in 1 to 2 weeks. If it is bright red, call your OB now and make an appointment as the bleeding may be due to retained placental tissue. ...Read more
My 2.5 mo old, in nicu for a week @birth for meconium, has a cold. No fever, not fussy, eating. Just snotty and cough. Do we need to see our doctor?
No: You describe simple cold symptoms and best of all is still eating. See your doctor if you are worried or most assuredly if symptoms worsen. ...Read more
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