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Tubal With Falope Rings Very Emotional
Tubal ligation done 2 years mirena (levonorgestrel) inserted july 2014 having painful abdominal spasms and extremely emotional. Is this normal?
Double therapy?: Your brief history sound a bit strange unless something is missed there. With tubal ligation done there is no need in additional contraceptive therapy with Mirena (levonorgestrel) device. As far as symptoms you are complaining of, yes Levonorgestrel (active ingredient in Mirena (levonorgestrel)) may cause it. Go to our PMD or GYN, get qualified advice after your entire history is reviewed and you are examined. ...Read more
Tubal with falope rings 3 years ago, late period, signs of period but no blood, emotional, stomach cramping, tender breasts, can I be prego?
Possible butunlikely: The Falope rings are highly effective at occluding your tubes and preventing pregnancy 99% of the time. Unfortunately, an intrauterine or extrauterine pregnancy after a "tubal" can still rarely occur, usually for reasons no one can explain. Be safe. Ask your Gyn for a blood betaHCG pregnancy test which will probably be negative. Your symptoms may be due to ovulation or ovarian hormone problems ...Read more
I'm supposed to take my nuvaring out thursday but I'm really emotional and filled with anxiety, I believe bc of the ring. Can I take it out today?
I would like to do a tubal reversal. I was inserted the falope ring. No cut no burn. Is there anyway I can get a reversal? And how much? I am 37.
Nervous. Tubal done with the falope rings a year ago, stomach hurts, spotting, emotional, fatigue, breasts tender help
Normal menses: Congratulations, you are experiencing normal periods which unfortunately can be heavy and crampy with premenstrual bloating, PMS, and breast tenderness. All normal! A tubal simply blocks the sperm and egg from getting together. Your body thinks you want to conceive so prepares. If these symptoms are that bad, consider going back on a hormonal birth control which will eliminate these symptoms. ...Read more
I had tubal rings done in 2011. I'm 7 days late and have light pink spotting only when I wipe non on pad. No cramps. Bloated, unprotected sex. Worried?
Not likely: Well not likely but may be a small chance. Check a preg test ...Read more
I had tubal rings placed 8yrs ago, 1yr ago had +preg test, had u/s done sac in uterus, miscarried, normal pap, now having bleeding after sex, preg?
Could be or could: Be due to something else, see your gyn for a blood preg test to start, but if u got preg after a tubal then the tubal needs to be redone or done a different way, I do essure tubals in my offcicewith the pt awake takes 5 minutes, easy and safe and u have to get anxray in 3 months to prove both tubes are blocked. ...Read more
Pain and bleeding: Most common symptom is abdominal/pelvic pain and vaginal bleeding. If you start to have nause or shoulder pain, that could be a sign of severe internal bleeding and you should go to the er immediately. If you are worried at all, I recommend you seek medical attention right away. Urgent care or soonest available appointment with a physician. ...Read more
Fast Life: Remember that our culture has changed dramatically over the course of your elderly loved one's life. The internet did not exist during most of the life of the elderly person. Even freeways didn't exist for the most part. Life is just lived at a much faster pace that it was decades ago. Remember to slow down and have a conversation, and do a lot of patient, interested listening. ...Read more
40% to 85%.:
But it depends on several factors: the best candidates for tubal reversal are women younger than age 40 who had sterilization surgery immediately following childbirth.
Have you considered adopting? Probably cheaper, and the success rate is 100%! and you would be doing a good thing. A very good thing. ...Read more
Normal/health: A way of thinking about normalcy is a range of behaviors for instance if you were to wash your hands one or two times a day, typically that would not be considered abnormal. However, if you were to wash your hands dozens of times per day, that quite likely would be considered abnormal. In this context normalcy should not be thought of in simple terms of yes or no, black or white. ...Read more
What's eating you?: If you're using food to resolve emotional distress or conflict, keep in mind that emotional eating is a symptom of the problem, not "the" problem. It's important to identify what's eating "at" you, rather than focusing on food. Identify the emotional triggers to the behavior and find new ways to respond to yourself. Therapy can be extremely helpful in this regard. ...Read more
21: In california, certain insurances won't cover a tl until you're 21. Other insurances will cover it after 18 years of age. Like anyone else, patient has to know options, irreversible surgery, & alternatives before proceeding. Some docs however won't do it if they don't agree with the patient's choices. ...Read more
Yes.: But not likely to be permanent. Emotional trauma may cause distraction and therefore an inability to properly attend to your environment and to properly store and retrieve information. Even daydreaming - reliving a pleasant experience- can interfere with memory. Who hasn't burnt cookies when some other thought got in the way? ...Read more
Know your emotions: This is an interesting and complicated question. It can come down to knowing yourself and paying attention to what you are really hungry for. Different things work for different people when it comes to checking in with themselves in relation to food. Some things to consider. When you eat are you really hungry for food or is it something else. Are you tired? Bored? Lonely? Keep asking. Best wishes. ...Read more
Emotional health: Having more or less emotionally healthy parents or caregivers is a big component of this, but one could think of childhood development being successful in terms of getting children to separate and individuate. This can only happen if children are not stuffed into a misguided mold of being a narcissistic extension of their parents. ...Read more