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What Is The Best Treatment For Light Periods
For conceiving?: It depends on the cause of the irregular periods and if you are trying to get pregnant or not. Your doctor will be able to figure out why you are irregular and if not trying to get pregnant, the best treatment is often going on birth control pills, though occcaisonally another hormonal imbalance, such as a thyroid problem, can be fixed and then your period becomes regular. ...Read more
What is the factors causing period incosistent and what is the best treatment? Does evening primrose oil will help? Thanks
Too many reasons:
The regular menstrual cycle needs the brain, ovary and uterus to communicate well. Problems at any level can result in an irregular cycle. A fairly common reason for an irregular cycle is irregular ovulation, or no ovulation. But thyroid or other endocrine diseases, polyps or fibroids, ovarian cysts- all reasons for an irregular period.
You want to find the diagnosis before treating, ususally. ...Read more
What to do if I cannot stand for long periods. What is the best treatment for painful varicose veins?
Varicose veins: Firstly I would recommend evaluation by venous Doppler-sonogram to determine the source of the problem. If reflux is present, and thermal ablation of the vein would be recommended. Until that point I would urge the use of a compression stocking during daily activities, making efforts to place the stocking on the legs prior to the legs being dependent ...Read more
Even though pancreatic is fatal; what is the best advice for extending life and/or having the best quality of life for the remaining period? What and who are the best treatment centres and experts in the US.
My periods started to come earlier from hormonal meds, what's the best treatment for pcos.? ... Could a morning after pill contribute to the problem?
What's the best treatment for debilitating period with very heavy flow, severe cramps and back pain, migraines and fatigue?
Confer with Dr.: Non-steroidal medications like ibuprofen, naproxen, diclofenac can be quite effective in treating your symptoms. However, there is a risk that your crohn's might be reactivated or worsened. You really need to have a dr. Weigh the risks and benefits of that decision. You may also be experiencing other concurrent abdominal problems that are complicating your symptoms. ...Read more
Pain: NSAIDs, SSRIs, hormone meds, OTC meds containing diuretics, warm bath, heating pad, exercise & acupuncture are excellent for PMS / period. Avoid caffeine, chocolate, alcohol & salt. Get GYN eval to R/O underlying pathology. Consider omega- 3 fatty acids, magnesium (supplementation or through diet) or Black Cohosh with dr ok. Sipping Chamomile can dissipate pain. Ginger helps w nausea. ...Read more
What is the best treatment for pcos.I am 28f. I use registrone 5 tabs to get my periods every month. Is this medice right for pcos.
I'm 40 an suffer from severe migraines +anxiety + heavy periods with lots of pain. Moods/migraines are getting worse with every cycle. The Best treatment?
Go see your doctor: Tell him/her what's bothering you. Check out options I've listed at http://alvinblin. Com/2012/04/evidence-based-migraine-prevention. Html. Some are otc while others require prescription. But all are evidence-based. Also consider oral contraception to keep from cycling. No menses, no migraines. Voila! Of course, this assumes you don't want any more children. ...Read more
Likely a few months: Assuming no secondary brain injury from the aneurysm or surgery, usually would anticipate fairly full recovery by about 3 months, but in many cases, if aneurysm ruptured, there will be some residual brain issues, which will likely stabilize within 4-6 months. If problem with thinking and memory, healing may proceed over 12-18 months. ...Read more
YES: See your doctor, you can be started on birth control pills if there is no contraindication. ...Read more
It's my date of period but since 5 days I am having only few clots a day but no flow at all what could be the reason n treatment?
GYN monitoring: Keep a menstral calander and check your bleeding dates each month. If bleeding persists you will need a pelvic examination and gyn evaluation. ...Read more
Brown discharge 3/4 days before period for last 2 months while still on thrust treatment. Worried and scared. Should i be worried?
10days after loop treatment im bleeding more than a period no clots. I was jue on last week monday. Is this normal a period or worse?
What is the recovery period for a cardioeversion (which I'm assuming is the same as a shock treatment) and is this done on an outpatient basis?
Outpatient procedure: This is generally done as outpatient. Go to sleep for a few seconds, cardiovert, then wake up. There is a little residual chest soreness which is related to the spasm of the chest muscles that occurs with the shock, but this is recovered as an outpatient. It may be treated with Acetaminophen or a non steroidal anti inflammatory. ...Read more
Let's clarify: Today, four out of six cancers get cured, generally with no reason to think life is shortened. Most who die do so within five years from diagnosis. Typical length of survival varies with tumor type and response to treatment. Oat cell carcinoma and acute myelogenous leukemia kill within days / weeks if not treated. ...Read more
I started my treatment in the middle of my period. Would i still have chalmydia during my period?
Had sex on 22Dec, right after I go to the loo, wiped myself and found a bit pink blood.Is it the sign of period or too rough? Do I need any treatment?My last period is 23Nov.Haven't had sex for a year
Blood after sex: This is probably due to the actual intercourse and not harmful. No treatment necessary. ...Read more
Several: If your symptoms have been worsening like this, you need to see your doctor for an evaluation to see what's going on. ...Read more
Earlier I had problm of pcos, i did its treatment and then periods were going okay then I donated blood in january after that i didn't gt period till?
Unrelated: There is not a cure for PCOS. There is treatment for PCOS, but without treatment (which may be dietary changes only), the symptoms will most likely reappear. ...Read more
6 months: My practice is to see people monthly on it for the first 3 months, making sure they are going to counseling, aa or the appropriate follow up care. I want my patients to have 6 months of solid recovery (no drinking, feeling better, in treatment) before talking about stopping it — that may be a year or more into their treatment. ...Read more
Evaluate 1st: Endocrine disorders from thyroid disease, to hyperandrogenism, to pcos and even brain tumors can cause this, therefore you need to be evaluated to determine the cause of your oligomenorrhea. Disorders are treated differently. If you have pcos, then weight loss, progestins, Clomiphene and the birth control pill are all options. ...Read more
Where and how much?: Depends on where on your body and how big the area that was treated. The doc doing the surgery should make this perfectly clear to you before you get it done. Always ask any question first! Take notes. Take someone with you to hear any explanations, especially a person who may assist in your recovery. Two sets of ears are better than one! Make a list of questions, and write them down, beforehand ...Read more
No: Wait until the flow is over.Get a more detailed answer ›
Get eval: NSAIDs, SSRIs, hormone meds, OTC meds containing diuretics, warm bath, heating pad, exercise & acupuncture are excellent for PMS / period. Avoid caffeine, chocolate, alcohol & salt. Get GYN eval to R/O underlying pathology. Consider omega- 3 fatty acids, magnesium (supplementation or through diet) or Black Cohosh with dr ok. Sipping Chamomile can dissipate pain. Ginger helps w nausea. ...Read more
Please tell me, could I take my h. Pylori treatment once a day over a longer period instead of twice over a shorter period?
H pylori: No, you cannot. The treatment regimen is based on half-lives of the medications and maintaining adequate blood levels of the drugs. Once daily dosing is not an acceptable regimen, even if taken for twice the amount of time. ...Read more