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I will be having cervical cryotherapy next month. What are the potential long-term risks of the procedure?
Several: However they are unlikely. Cervical incompetence and stenosis are possible risks but not likely. ...Read more
What are the risks of using an emergency contraceptive pill after having used it before this year?
I meant to ask if there is medication to clean after the family planning injection in this I am referring to the nustrate?
Post procedure : I have seen this question sitting here. I think that is because this is a question you should be asking of your physician or clinic that did your injection. No one here would want to interfere with the important and normal communication between you and your medical provider. ...Read more
I am considering lipolysis to help eliminate some belly fat. How safe is this procedure and what are, if any, potential complications?
What is the effect of taking the abortion pill or having surgical abortion when not pregnant? Does it affect future pregnancies?
Please help! what is the name of the drug they give you right before undergoing surgery that puts you to sleep?
Too many!: Looking good & staying healthy need not be mutually exclusive goals, & the evidence shows that bkt may not be safe for anyone, least of all pregnant women. I always counsel my patients to very carefully consider what they "feed" not only their mouths, but also their skin and scalp- which are highly vascular and large "consumers" of products. Most products are never going to be tested on preggos.. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are the complications that could come with getting the Depo-Provera shot? I'm considering switching from the pill.
Can you tell me how long a woman should be taken off of estrogen (birth control) before a gynecological, surgical procedure? What is the safe, standard amount of time? Thank you
What is the safest birth control pill there is? I need it to help with ovarian cysts. Terrified of side effects. No insurance.
What I if choose not to get the surgery for orbital fracture/entrapment? What are the long-term downsides?
How dangerous is it and what are the risk of getting your tubes tied during csection? How effective is it? Any birth control just as effective? Thanks
Simple: Tube tying at time of c-section is done very commonly and is very safe. Current recent recommendation is to remove the entire tube including the fimbria to decrease future risk of ovarian cancer. This removes quite a large portion of tube and is likely extremely effective. Iuds (especially Mirena (levonorgestrel) & skyla), depo-provera and Nexplanon are all extremely effective as well. ...Read more
What to do if i cannot stand the pain of shots in my toes. If general anesthesia isn't possible for toenail removal, what about an epidural?
Conscious sedation : Is given sometimes in surgery centers or hospitals for those with needle phobias.... ...Read more
Is it safe to use hair removal cream "down there" when pregnant and have a threatened miscarriage? What are the safe methods?
I am told that the only option open to me is to have my coccyx removed. Can you give me an idea as to the long term effects of this procedure?
Depends: Coccygectomy is an uncommon procedure. The purpose of the surgery is pain relief in patients who have otherwise failed all other treatment options - so the primary long term effect is pain relief, if the surgery has no complications. It may take months for the pain to completely resolve. Like all spinal procedures, there is no guarantee of pain relief. ...Read more
Birth control options that is the IUD the mirena and the ius what one of them are the best
how long do they last
what are the side effects
and will i gain wieght
i have had one of them before but the doctor had put it in wrong an i started bleeding rea
Both : Both the Mirena (levonorgestrel) iud and the ius are the same type of device; a long-acting hormone device placed in the uterus. The effectiveness is for 5 years. Having initial pain and bleeding is normal. The first weeks are painful and the patient usually needs initially a stronger pain medication and then milder medication such as ibuprofen. Irregular bleeding usually occurs for 2-2 months and then the patient usually has little to no bleeding for 5 years. Risks of the device include expulsion (the device coming out, which is rare), or infection. Most women do not have weight gain. ...Read more
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