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Do all medications affect women's fertility?

Do all medications affect women's fertility?

No: Some medications do have an effect, typically those that act on the pituitary gland or the ovary. If the medication interferes with menstrual cycles or affects rapidly growing cells, fertility is affected. Examples are birth control pills, letrozole, and chemotherapeutic agents. ...Read more

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Best medication for high bold pressure. Female 62?

Best medication for high bold pressure. Female 62?

That depends: There is no one best blood pressure medication based on age or sex. The choice of blood pressure medicine depends on several different factors including your race, severity and what other medical conditions you may have like allergies, diabetes and heart or kidney failure. Therefore the only person who can determine this is your doctor. Good luck and best wishes. ...Read more

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What medication is best for increasing fertility in woman?

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What medication is best for increasing fertility in woman?

Clomiphene or Femara (letrozole): The choice of medication depends on the type of patient, but the first line of treatment is clomiphene, an oral medication used to induce follicular growth and ovulation. It is inexpensive and relatively safe, but can lead to multiple pregnancies (8%) and supresses the uterine lining. Femara (letrozole) is an oral alternative to Clomiphene that does not affect the endometrium. Both are equally effective. ...Read more

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What its class a or class b medication for pregnet woman? What safe to take?

What its class a or class b medication for pregnet woman? What safe to take?

A = safest: Category a: these drugs have been tested and found to be safe during pregnancy. Category a includes drugs such as folic acid, vitamin b6, and some thyroid medicines in prescribed doses.
Category b: animals studies say safe, but no randomized controlled studies done in humans. These drugs are frequently used during pregnancy and do not appear to cause major birth defects or other problems. ...Read more

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Do middle age women who take several types of medication have to weigh a bit more?

Do middle age women who take several types of medication have to weigh a bit more?

Below: The amount of the medication can and will be adjusted to weight in children, but
infrequently for adults.

SO NO ...Read more

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I can't go out in public without medication (1-2 etizolam daily) and still cannot approuch woman I also get well to drunk which is unattractive help?

I can't go out in public without medication (1-2 etizolam daily) and still cannot approuch woman I also get well to drunk which is unattractive help?

Before all else-: Lets address that you have described yourself as a "heavy drinker" and conditions as "alcohol intoxication, confusion and memory loss". Do you know that you kill your brain cells when you do this. It will not help your anxiety or difficulty going into public. Encourage you to get into treatment to deal with this. Cognitive behavioral therapy is especially helpful. Psychiatric medications may be. ...Read more

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I am a 35 years old woman diagnosed with MDD and on medication for the same. I have suicidal bouts and in the last 12 days have popped atleast 3000mg?

I am a 35 years old woman diagnosed with MDD and on medication for the same. I have suicidal bouts and in the last 12 days have popped atleast 3000mg?

More information: Hello, could you please add what medication you take for depression? You mean you have taken 3000 MG of antidepressant? Are you under the care of psychiatry? ...Read more

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Are older women at risk for medication problems?

Are older women at risk for medication problems?

Yes.: And older men too. As physiologic reserves in major organ systems decline and major chronic illness intervenes in later life, there is less ability of the organism to respond to insults or stresses of medication. In addition older people tend to require more medications and this leads to a multiplicity of potential drug interactions with sometime serious consequence. ...Read more

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I'm 49 years old female and I not take any medication but mi no is 109/69 and I fell dizzie?

I'm 49 years old female and I not take any medication but mi no is 109/69 and I fell dizzie?

Not a BP issue: With out more information it is hard to say exactly why you are dizzy. Your blood pressure is within the normal range. Depending on what kind of body shape you have it may be an issue but if your symptoms are that bothersome you should see your doctor. ...Read more

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Can a woman take medication to boost her sex life?

Can a woman take medication to boost her sex life?

Yes, discuss w. Dr: Some women with low blood testosterone levels (yes women also have circulating testosterone, much lower levels than men) which can reduce libido. Small application of testosterone gel (1/7th of packet) boosts the libido in some women. Your dr. Or sex therapist are best people to advise. Good luck. ...Read more

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What is the best libido enhancement medication for women?

What is the best libido enhancement medication for women?

The mind. The: Biggest aphrodisiac is mental. Lots of stimulants, to specific genital areas enjoy popularity, but I'm not sure that science backs the claims. ...Read more

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Approved BP medications that women can take while they're pregnant?

Approved BP medications that women can take while they're pregnant?

Few: Very few BP medications like Labetalol and methydopa are safe during pregnancy and if you decide to breastfeed later. Medication that should be avoided since they cause birth defects are ace inhibitors and angiotensin receptor blockers (arb). ...Read more

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Are medications tested to see if they are safe for pregnant women to use?

Are medications tested to see if they are safe for pregnant women to use?

Sort of: Medications are given a 'pregnancy category' based on whether: they've actually been tested on pregnant women & found to be safe (a), no anecdotal or animal evidence of harm (b), possible animal study evidence so use only if benefit outweighs risk (c), probable evidence of harm (d), definite harm (x). Most meds used would be b or c. I don't know of any that are category a. ...Read more

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What is half-life in the context of medication for pregnant women; longer?

What is half-life in the context of medication for pregnant women; longer?

Pretty much the same: The ability/rate at which your body clears and processes compounds and/or elements generally increases a little bit (e.g. Gfr: glomular filtration rate/kidney). Overall, this affect has no real significance when it comes to half-life matters. ...Read more

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I am a 47 year old female who has fibromyalgia, is there a medication to help with the debilitating fatiigue that I suffer with.?

I am a 47 year old female who has fibromyalgia, is there a medication to help with the debilitating fatiigue that I suffer with.?

Yes: There are a variety of therapies that are available to you. These symptoms can be improved by exercise, by getting the right type of sleep, and by correcting stress and it's impact. That are fda approved medications such as lyrica, Cymbalta and savella (milnacipran). There are also non-fda approved medicines that could be helpful. ...Read more

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I'm a 64 year-old female. My LDL is over 300. Do I need to take a medication for this or just reduce it with diet and exercise?

I'm a 64 year-old female. My LDL is over 300. Do I need to take a medication for this or just reduce it with diet and exercise?

Very high risk: Hi. At face value, that's a very high risk LDL suggestive of a genetic defect in the LDL receptor. However, those patients almost never get to age 64 without already having heart disease. You have some very beneficial genes mitigating your LDL! I would go to a GOOD lipid clinic! Unfortunately, while we recommend healthy diet & regular exercise, it won't fix that LDL. You should see a cardiologist ...Read more

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My triglycerides are 325. .. I am 29 year old female. .. How can I lower this without a medication. How bad is this considered???

My triglycerides are 325. .. I am 29 year old female. .. How can I lower this without a medication. How bad is this considered???

Are you obese?: If so lose weight, walk alot 20-30 min./day, eat more fish like tuna/salmon. More fruits/vegatables/salds, less white flour products this is the natural way, weight watchers style is best ...Read more

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I am a woman of 35 an keep getting these boils in between my butt checks an keep coming back I don't eat many sweets an don't take medication?

I am a woman of 35 an keep getting these boils in between my butt checks an keep coming back I don't eat many sweets an don't take medication?

MRSA: This is most likely due to MRSA (staph bacteria resistant to methicillin) living on your skin (colonization) and causing infection from time to time. You need a regimen to clear this colonization which usually includes bleach baths or hibiclens for every household member for a whole week, plus Mupirocin to everybody's nostrils. ...Read more

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I was just put on Lipitor (atorvastatin) 20 mg I have heard bad things about women being put on this medication should I be concerned. No other health issues.

I was just put on Lipitor (atorvastatin) 20 mg I have heard bad things about women being put on this medication should I be concerned. No other health issues.

Lipitor (atorvastatin): Lipitor (atorvastatin) aims to reduce total and LDL cholesterol blood levels. Side effects are not common b these include muscle weakness, liver inflammation, and even muscle or liver "cell deaths". Data show that statins reduce our body's production of Coenzyme Q 10; depletion of this essential co-vitamin is largely responsible for side effects. Supplementing with CoQ10 is wise. Females are not "more prone." ...Read more

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What is best ADHD medication for a 38 year old female?

What is best ADHD medication for a 38 year old female?

Many options: There are two class stimulant and non stimulant. There are diffrent meds depending on the severity of your disorder and other comorbidities your doctor can decide which one is right for you after futher evaluation. ...Read more

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Safe medications to take for a womens period symptoms?

Safe medications to take for a womens period symptoms?

NSAIDs: Non steroidal anti-inflammatories (ibuprofen, naproxen) have been shown to help period related symptoms. Birth control can also help symptoms. Best of luck. ...Read more

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Why use bromocriptine medication for infertile women?

Why use bromocriptine medication for infertile women?

Elevated prolactin: Bromocriptine is commonly used to treat microadenomas of the pituitary gland. These result in an elevated level of prolactin with will inhibit ovulation. Bromocriptine can lower prolactin levels in affected women and thus help them ovulate. ...Read more

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What causes heart palpatations in a 23yo female not taking drugs or on medication?

What causes heart palpatations in a 23yo female not taking drugs or on medication?

Stress?: Many causes - stress, thyroid abnormality or heart abnormality. If the palpitations are bothersome, last longer than a few seconds or cause any symptoms such as chest pain, shortness of breath or dizziness see a doctor soon. ...Read more