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What Is Difference Between Seasonique And Loseasonique
What is the difference between loseasonique and seasonique when treating stage 2 endometriosis if loseasonique made me sick and increase pain?
LoSeasonique: Loseasonique is a low dose version of seasonique, both containing the same hormones, levonorgestrel/ethinyl estradiol. As both seasonique and loseasonique contain same ingredients in different proportions, the precautions with seasonique are nearly the same as are with loseasonique. Check with your doctor regarding your reactions to loseasonique. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My doctor told me she was prescribing alesse, but loseasonique showed up in the mail instead. Is the only difference that it is extended cycle?
If I am taking loseasonique and I miss a few days in the first month how protected am I in the next two months?
I just recently started taking loseasonique and after beginning the medication, I began to have nightmares. Are there any recent reports of this?
No: There are a very few reports of "abnormal" dreaming, " but when you read what the person said, they are not nightmares. An interesting site to check for side effects on all drugs is: https://www. Druginformer. Com/search/about it contains formal information listed with the fda as well as from social media. ...Read more
Itch with BCs: Yes. Please give much more information on your condition so we can help you. Meanwhile report the itching to your doctor so you can receive advice immediately. ...Read more
Next step for endo treatment if I had 4 laps and many various bc treatments (lupron, depo, seasonique, necon, loseasonique)? Wish to have kids at 22?
See a REI specialist: Next step is to see a fertility specialist who can check you for low egg supply (diminished ovarian reserve), scar tissue around tubes, blocked tubes, sperm issues. Some women with endo. Can get pregnant 'easily' with tablets like Clomid (clomiphene) or Letrozole with inseminations if at least one tube is open. Blocked tubes needs in vitro fertilization not more surgery. Diminished ovarian reserve may need ivf. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Nursing for full year, no period, on micronor (norethindrone). Once stopped nursing, switched to loseasonique and have had steady menstruation for two months. Normal?
Common.: Breakthrough bleeding and annoying spotting is more common on LoSeasonique because you are not having a regular period every month as you would on a regular type of pill. LoSeasonique is a low dose pill making breakthough bleeding even more common. You might consider switching to a pill that gives you a regular period or try regular Seasonique. Best wishes! ...Read more
Can my birth control (loseasonique) effect the color/shape of my nipples? I know this is usuallly an early sign of pregnancy, but I always use protection and have very recently had my period.
Yes,: Yes, nipple changes are a normal side effect of birth control pills. Birth control pills contain hormones that can have physical side effect on the body (due to hormones) which include changes in nipple color and shape, breast tenderness, breast fullness, bloating, mood swings, change in menstral cycle and other side effects. Many women experience these side effects as a result of taking the additional hormone. ...Read more
Is there any differences between taking non-stop Contraceptive LD and Seasonique for stoping my periods for 3 months?
Probably not: I'm not familiar with Contraceptive LD, but if it a low -dose monophasic (dose doesn't change during month) combination (has both and estrogen and progestin component) OCP, it will probably work. Most pills have 3 weeks of active pills and one week of placebo. Don't take the placebo pills, and don't take a break before starting the next pack. You will need 4 packs of pills every 3 months. ...Read more
How long will it take for me to start ovulating after I stop taking seasonique? I have been using ovulation tests but nothing good for a month.
Stopped taking seasonique 8 days and prescribed microgestin how long will it take for the new medication to be effective? I haven't started it yet.
I've been taking Seasonique every night between 10pm & 12am (started at 10pm).Is it perfect use or do those 1 or 2 hours result in late use or missed?
Several things: This problem mandates a real-time (face-to-face) meeting with a doctor. A history has to be taken along with a examination as well as labs and other tests. Only after all this will your doctor be in a position to tell you what's wrong and what needs to be done to help you. ...Read more
Brith control: Sides preventing pregnancy, birth control pills have been shown to help make your periods more regular, decrease blood loss and painful periods (dysmenorrhea), and decrease your risk of ovarian cysts. While you are taking the combination pills continuously for 12 weeks, this medication will decrease the number of periods you have. ...Read more
Would it be safe to take expired seasonique pills from 2010. Just for a week or so till I can refill.?
No good answer!: While I'm sure that the drug companies have a margin built in around expiration dates, I'm not sure i'd chance it - particularly with an expiration date of 2010. Have you asked your pharmacist or called the 1-800 number associted with your pill? Good luck. Lgromko md. ...Read more
Uterine lining: You are probably just discharging a very small amount of uterine lining. Since you are not ovulating there is very little buildup of the lining but some can occur and spotting is not uncommon. ...Read more
Unsure: I really don't understand what you are asking. ...Read more
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