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What Can I Do To Make My Periods More Regular
OCP cycle control: There are many reasons for irregular cycles. Your doctor can likely determine why your periods are irregular, which will allow for proper management. Birth control pills are frequently used to regulate the cycle, even when contrception is not an issue. If birth control pills do not work, there may be a treatable problem such as polyps, fibroids, infection, or endometriosis. ...Read more
Depends on why: Certain medical conditions such as thyroid disease and diabetes can cause this. So can obesity or anorexia, medications, uterine lesions like polyps or fibroids. Speak with your doctor. The solution could be a simple a correcting a medical condition or losing a little weight, or trying a birth control pill. Best of luck! ...Read more
Consider hormones: When a woman has an irregular cycle, she might consider taking a combined estrogen/progesterone birth control pill. This is the most effective and simplest way to make it regular. For some women, the Progesterone iud can help as well. Make sure you're at a healthy weight, not too thin or too heavy as extremes of weight can affect cycle. Also consider checking your thryoid with your doctor! ...Read more
Set a pattern: I find it helpful to push baby into "circuit training". As baby wakens/feed first; then change diaper & bathe as needed; play with baby until tired:then back to crib for 2 hrs before starting over. At night mn+ baby gets you up for feed(hope 4-5 hr sleep) but days push a feed after 2hrs rest. Your goal is to never let baby deep sleep during the day (3+hr) and to harness all sleep energy for feeds. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Try meds: Your local pharmacy has several over the counter medications that may help cramping, which unfortunately is a common occurrence in many women. You are mot alone. If the otc meds do not work, you can see your dr. For an evaluation and possible rx strength. Good luck. ...Read more
Several choices: If not on birth control pills that is a good start especially taking them intentionally not to have periods. Very safe. Many women benefit from the hormone iud. If periods are regular starting a Motrin or Ibuprofen product several days in advance sometimes helps. Some women (usually older than you) develop a condition called adenomyosis. Not dangerous but harder to control. Suggest sono if persist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi there how do you get period to go back to regular at moment myne is irregular and i don't know what to do. And if trying to get pregnant what must?
Irregular menses: If yours has been irregular - recommend gynecological consultation. ...Read more
Period: If you are on some type of hormonal contraception, then there is no problem if you don't get your period regularly. It is actually a benefit. However, if you are not on any hormones, you need to cycle at least every 3 months to avoid "hyperplasia" or overgrowth of the lining of the uterus". ...Read more
What can I do to give more pleasure to my boyfriend. And how should i make my vaginal more tight?
Hormonally: Barring that you are a non smoker and have no medical problems that would preclude you from taking hormones, you may want to consider a contraceptive pill; progesterone containing IUD(Mirena,Skyla);Nexplanon. Some people even like taking progesterone at time of menses to shorten it. You should open a dialog with your Physician to discuss this as it is a fairly common question....Good Luck :) ...Read more
Hello im going to see my wife in my vacation for a month. So is there any way to make sure i can make her pregnant. How often i have to sex and all. Any advices can i get to make her pregnant easily?
I have irregular periods and I'm trying to get pregnant, how do I make my periods regular? What do I need to do? 28-52 day cycles.
Ovulation induction: There are several reasons for cycles as you describe. One common on is PCO'S, if you have this there are medicines that can help both with your cycles and ability to get pregnant but may help other symptoms such as acne excess hair growth. Also good to have a provider see if you need your thyroid checked or other labs. ...Read more
I have pcos I do not get periods at all. What steps would I have to take to get my body ready to try to conceive?
See your doctor: If you are not having any periods, your doctor will want to determine whether it can be induced. Usually, Progesterone is given for 5-10 days then stopped and within another 5-10 days you should get a period. Sometimes this can jump start things but sometimes additional medication is required to help with ovulation. Things you can start doing now: low carb diet and exercise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ovulation: Ovulation usually occurs 12-16 days before menstruation. If your typical menstrual cycle length is 28 days, ovulation usually occurs on day 14. You can predict when ovulation will occur by using urine ovulation predictor tests available in most pharmacies. They turn positive about 1 day before ovulation. If you have regular cycles, the urine tests are unnecessary. ...Read more
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