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Three Phase Contraceptive (Overview)

Three phase contraceptives are a kind of oral contraceptive (women's health and pregnancy drug).


Three Phase Contraceptive (Overview)

Three phase contraceptives are a kind of oral contraceptive (women's health and pregnancy drug).


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Is it appropriate to prescribe oral contraceptive for boys w/acne? Instead of systemic antibiotics in an effort to limit abx use for social good.

Is it appropriate to prescribe oral contraceptive for boys w/acne? Instead of systemic antibiotics in an effort to limit abx use for social good.

No oral: Contraceptive for boys. It would be a bad idea to give oral contraceptive to a boy and it is likely to make acne worse any way. If the acne is bad, please see a doctor. If you are a first year student, talk to a dermatologist at your school. ...Read more

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My gynecologist prescribed contraceptives for my PCOS. I've to take the pills for a 3-month period. It is true than when you stop them, you get fat?

My gynecologist prescribed contraceptives for my PCOS. I've to take the pills for a 3-month period. It is true than when you stop them, you get fat?

No, that: is not true. One of the most common features of PCOS, however, is obesity. Have you discussed use of metformin with your GYN? It can help reduce insulin resistance, which is the basic metabolic problem in PCOS. ...Read more

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I have used 'loop' as a contraceptive measure for three years. now I have a second miscarriage. what could have gone wrong?

I have used 'loop' as a contraceptive measure for three years. now I have a second miscarriage. what could have gone wrong?

Not related to Loop: Miscarriages are common. 1 in 5 women have experienced a miscarriage. It is best to see a doctor for detailed evaluation of hormones, ultrasound, DNA testing etc. Very few women with LOOP have chronic endometritis that may be associated with scarring and poor endometrial lining leading to implantation issues. Please see a Gynecologist for evaluation. ...Read more

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30y/o, not pregnant.Late menstruation for 3 cycles.(2 weeks late)blood work normal.Any drugs?Oral contraceptives or provera 10mg to help induce period?

30y/o, not pregnant.Late menstruation for 3 cycles.(2 weeks late)blood work normal.Any drugs?Oral contraceptives or provera 10mg to help induce period?

Irregular periods: Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. Infections ; hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test . There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Schedule a visit. ...Read more

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How many times one can use contraceptive emergency pills, what are the side effects ? Any other way to avoid the risk of pregnancyunprotected sex ?

How many times one can use contraceptive emergency pills, what are the side effects ?  Any other way to avoid the risk of pregnancyunprotected sex ?

If you need to: Use Plan B often then you need to be on a regular method of birth control, Plan B was designed for rare emergency use only and not as a regular method of birth control. See a doctor and get on birth control ( birth control pills, nuvaring, depoprovera shot....). ...Read more