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Not necessarily: Even when any abnormal vaginal bleeding might had started while using the contraceptive not necessarily it will stop after it is discontinued. It all depends if the bleeding is actually a medication side effect or if it was caused by any other problem. In any case, if the changes happened only while on it most likely you you will return to your normal. Follow up with your GYN provider on this. ...Read more
No: they won't, in all likelihoodGet a more detailed answer ›
Medical v. Sugical: A medical abortion is a pill that's an anti-progesterone and causes the placenta of very early pregnancy to fall away from uterus. A surgical abortion is when the physician uses an instrument and/or suction to remove a pregnancy from the uterus. In the first trimester, both are very safe. Sometimes you'll hear doctors refer to any loss of pregnancy, as an abortion, i.e. Spontaneous abortion. ...Read more
No. : Milky discharge from the nipples can persist for quite a while after you stop. ...Read more
Absolutely no: Myth: have to wait after birth control is stopped before trying to get pregnant. The best most fertile cycle for most is the first one off birth control. We use birth control lead in to all our fertility treatment cycles! overall the effects of long term use of birth control is to preserve and enhance fertility. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes they will: The real question is "is it safe to not take minoxidil" which is a powerful anti hypertensive agent. The drug can cause low pressure, edema, pericardial and pleural effusions. It causes hair growth which may be unwanted it must be used with a powerful diuretic and a beta blocker. If it is used on the skin for hair growth these side effects are uncommon and the additional medications not needed. ...Read more
BCP stop fertility: If you start bcp's at the beginning of your menses it is most unlikely that you won't ovulate that cycle. Because there is a 5-10% chance that you may still ovulate the first cycle it is wise to use a backup contraceptive like foam and condoms the first month. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
May or may not: Many times, it will stop the bleeding but not always. It depends on what is causing the bleeding to begin with. If your bleeding does not stop, you will need to return to your doctor for additional testing and/or treatment. ...Read more
Please see your doc: Your problem is one that is commonly seen. It can occur for many reasons. The assessment can include many approaches. I would want to check a blood count, pregnancy test and thyroid at minimum. Depending upon your current status this could be an emergency type situation. ...Read more
Prescribed Norethisterone after 8 weeks of bleeding post miscarriage. Will this stop my nausea, pain, continued bleeding?
Yes: Depending on how heavy your periods are, it can work- it is used often to treat excessively heavy menses on a short term basis and of course progestin is the truly "active"ingredient in birth control pills, which can be taken nearly continuously over several months at a time. Breakthrough bleeding is the biggest problem and longterm suppression of ovulation can have other risks and benefits. ...Read more
Probably NOT: It adding more hormones on top of hormones go to your GYN Dr for appropriate treatment. ...Read more
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