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Which Is The Most Recommended Fertility Pill
Pregnenolone or DHEA: I assume by pro-hormone that you mean a supplement the body would use to make hormones? If that is the case dhea or 7-keto dhea are utilized to make the male and female hormones. Then also pregnenolone which is converted into dhea and then the other hormones including pregesterone. Be careful - high doses can lead to trouble - your levels need to be monitored with a knowledgeable physician! ...Read more
Implanon/Nexplanon: At this point the Implanon (single capsule inserted under skin in arm) is considered most effective form of birth control. It has shown slight more effectiveness than tubal ligation and vasectomy. This is occasionally debated- but at the very least it is equivalent to these more permanent methods. Iud is also a very effective form of birth control. ...Read more
Which is the best ocp for a nulliparous? And is it safe to take norethisterone for continuous 12days for the postponement of menses?
Low dose: I recommend low dose (20mcg estrdiol) for women starting out on birth control. You have all the benefits and hopefully minimal side effects. Unfortunately, not every pill works for every woman and it's difficult to say which pill will work for you. I like Mircette (ethinyl estradiol and desogestrel) or kariva. And yes, definitely safe to take continuous to postpone menses! ...Read more
Is there a implantable birth control for women (like implanon) that is both the most effect and safe option available?
Yes: There maybe a lag before you become as fertile again. ...Read more
Underlying cause: The first line is to treat the underlying cause: polycystic ovarian syndrome and congenital adrenal hyperplasia are 2 common disorders that include hirsutism. Idiopathic hirsutism (without underlying cause) is treated with a combined approach, which can include birth control pills, anti-androgenic oral drugs, and sometimes tweezing, shaving or electrolysis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is a low dose oral contraceptive effective treatment for adenomyosis? Does the estrogen in a pill such as Alesse contribute to the adenomyosis spread?
Adenomyosis: Adenomyosis is the development of glandular material from the endometrium interdigitating into the smooth muscle of the uterus causing it to enlarge and often produce copious bleeding. Alesse is being used to try to control the heavy bleeding without using surgery as an alternative. This diagnosis is usually made at the time of hysterectomy via the pathological specimen. ...Read more
Varies: There really isn't a most common treatment for infertility in couples. Many women though will take an ovulation induction agents such as Clomid (clomiphene) to regulator ovulation or to produce multiple eggs to improve chances combined with intrauterine insemination. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cost of pills: Planned parenthood clinics provide birth control based on your ability to pay. Generic pills are available at a couple of stores--walmart and target for a special discount price. All pills work well, provided you take them without missing(failure rate <1% with perfect use, but if you miss pills--typical use, the failure rate can be more than 9%--9 women/100 using the pill for a year get pregnant. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
None really: The field of testosterone supplements is complicated, at times expensive and may not actually fulfill your needs. Before you start "buying in" to expensive supplements, have a read here about how to boost your testosterone naturally: http://turekonmenshealth.Com/2011/10/11/naturally-boost-testosterone-male-hormone/. ...Read more
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