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When You Are On Birth Control Where Does All You Blood Go From Your Menstrual Cycle
Unaffected: In many cases you will see a reduction in menstrual flow on the pill, injection or hormonal IUD. It reduces the formation of new menses producing tissues in the womb. It they don't form, they don't need to shed, so you may see a significant reduction or elimination of menses over time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Hi I been taking birth control to get my menstrual cycle for awhile now but for some reason it won't go away this time and I had it for ten day's?
Call doctor: Whoever is prescribing this medication should be available and able to counsel you better than I. I'm not sure what you're taking, for how long, and what you mean by "it won't go away." Infection, mass, or improper use/dose of hormonal pills are among the most likely reasons for your unstopped bleeding. ...Read more
My menstrual cycle normally lasts 3 days, I have been off birth control for awhile but recently got back on since becoming sexually active again my most recent menstrual cycle has been going for three weeks now with one or two day breaks between.What is
My menstrual cycle is average 64 days. It was normal before birth control but became irregular when stopped. I can't take b.C. Anymore. What do I do?
Is birth control the only way to lighten a menstrual cycle? Or is there a less severe way to lighten menses? I am looking for advice on alternatives.
Menstrual cycle has been going on for a month. Taking birth control for 5 days now. Should i play in my tennis match tomorrow?
Depends: You can play unless you feel dizzy and fatigued as you can be due to your prolonged 1 month long period. ...Read more
Heavier menses flow: Your periods will have a heavier mentrual flow and amount, as well as possible cramping. ...Read more
No: You should begin taking birth control pills after your menstrual period starts, in order for the pills to be synchronized with your normal hormonal cycle. If it has been more than two months since your last period, then you may need to take progesterone in order to cause withdrawal bleeding prior to starting the pills. Remember you are not fully protected from pregnancy until after a month. ...Read more
No: Taking the "pill" at a young age will usually not effect your period once you stop it. ...Read more
Sort of: When you don't get your period it is because you are not ovulating and not making progesterone. You could periodically (every month or two) take progesterone, even natural progesterone, for 10 to 14 days which will induce your period. Of course if you have the need for contraception, the birth control pill is usually a better choice.For more information www.Askyourgynecologist.Org. ...Read more
I've gotten my menstrual cycle 3 times in one month. Im not on birth control. What could possibly be wrong with me?
What could it mean if I stopped taking birth control and only have one regular menstrual cycle, but then stop having cycles after that?
Is there a way to shorten my menstrual cycle naturally? Or is birth control a more effective method? I'd like to not use birth control if possible.
Lysteda: You can do that through a number of different birth control methods to manipulate the hormones but there is not a natural way to do it. Would be nice if there was. Lysteda is a non hormonal medication that dramatically shortens the cycle and limits bleeding. Ask your doctor if you are a candidate. ...Read more
Absolutely: Hello Lori, When ladies complain of heavy vaginal bleeding, anemia, passing clots, irregular periods and pain with periods, we very often prescribe birth control. The pill was first used for contraception then we noted the cycle-control side effects. Now we also use Depo-Provera, Mirena, (levonorgestrel) Nexplanon etc. ...Read more
Possibly: It usually regulates your cycle.Get a more detailed answer ›
Menstrual refers to the monthly cycle in women which prepares the female for ovulation, generally once per month, which is that time of month that the egg can be fertilized by the male sperm, for the purpose of reproduction. Menstrual cycles start at the first day of menstruation. (it's always been curious to me that 'menstrual' and ...Read more
Contraceptiion is a means of preventing conception (or fertilization). There are hormonal and non hormonal methods of preventing sperm and egg from meeting. Talk to your doctor or clinic about what options are best for you. There are short acting methods (condoms, pills, patch, ring) and long ...Read more
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