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What Can I Do To Decrease Acne During My Period
The menstrual cycle begins with the shedding of the uterine lining, resulting in bleeding from the vagina. A few weeks later, one ovary releases an egg and the uterine lining thickens in preparation for a potential pregnancy. Pregnancy can occur at this stage if sperm fertilizes the egg. If the egg is not fertilized, the egg will leave your body and ...Read more
Please see your: Gyn there are meds that can be perscribed under a doctor's supervision. ...Read more
A couple things: Leg stretching before sleep and use of elastic stockings may be helpful. Oral iron supplements should be maintained since it appears that women with RLS in pregnancy have lower hemoglobin than healthy subjects. Opioids can be used in the second or third trimester if treatment of RLS symptoms is neessary. In most patients, RLS begins in the third trimester of pregnancy and disappears toward the end. ...Read more
Abdominal exercises: To get a flat tummy, a person must eat only as few calories as truly needed (and keep breastfeeding to burn up stored fat), so she can return to her pre-pregnant weight. At the same time, she must do several months of weight training with the abdominal muscles in order to build a strong "tube" of muscle that circles the abdominal contents, and holds everything in, when she stands up. Avoid sugar. ...Read more
Good skin care: Concerns for your babies health trump the skin care. Avoid retinoids in the first trimester. A good skin care regiment is best and the acne may not always be preventable or treatable due to natural hormone alterations. Discuss with your gynecologist and dermatologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Heavy menstrual blee: Heavy bleeding with menses can be caused by several things. There is probably little you can do on your own to make a big difference. Birth control pills, the Mirena (levonorgestrel) iud, or prescription Lysteda are medical options. An outpatient endometrial ablation is a good option for many women. An ultrasound can determine of uterine fibroids are present as well. ...Read more
Not a real period: You only bleed when you not taking the "active pills." so keep taking them. ...Read more
Scientific Rx: Benzoyl peroxide for starters. If not sufficient, topical Clindamycin and/or a topical retinoic acid derivative the latter especially if there are a lot of blackheads. Next step for a lady is the oral contraceptive pill if it is right for her. Then a systemic antibiotic right for the person. The big guns is accutane, not pleasant cheap or without risks but hugely effective and very much worth it. ...Read more
Hormones: I am not aware of any evidence that circulation to your uterus is related to menstrual irregularity. If your periods are irregular, hormonal interventions such as birth control pills or taking Progesterone monthly are commonly used to regulate periods. If your periods are irregular due to PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) then there are other medications that can be helpful ...Read more
Acne in pregnancy: There are some tips that may help you in your pregnancy acne. Try to wash gently with a mild cleanser twice a day. Make sure to use an oil free moisturizer. Try not to squeeze or rub your pimples to avoid scarring. Use non comedogenic make up that will not clog your pores. Try to figure out what triggers your acne and avoid those triggers although it may be largely due to hormonal changes. ...Read more
I have low bleeding during periods, tell me how to increase bleeding during periods naturally? Will it have affect on my pregnancy?Please help me
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