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Yasmin Delay Period
Does fluconazole affect yasmin (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol)? Would fluconazole, delay my period?
When you get pregnant, rising hormone levels prevent you from shedding the uterine lining at the time you'd expect to have your period. You can also miss your period if you're not pregnant. Other possible causes of amenorrhea include: weight gain or loss, hormonal problems, tension, stress, breastfeeding, and discontinuing birth control pills ...Read more
Im on Yasmin (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) birth control and I toke the 4th inactive pull this morning, my period is late. I am not sexually active. I have measles could this delay?
YES: Any illness can delay your cycle. Measels should be reported to the CDC - have your doctor report this illness ASAP. ...Read more
I quit yasmin (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) my first cycle came after quitting but the 2nd has delayed abnormally. Is this normal and can I still conceive without the periods?
Maybe.: First, a lag of up to 4 months can occur just quitting the pill, before regular ovulation begins again. After that, though, they should be regular. But, it really depends on why your cycles are irregular. If you menstruate about every month but a little off, then you are probably producing eggs. If it is several months, then, no, you may need medication to help you get pregnant. ...Read more
No: Methotrexate (MTX), when dosed for autoimmune conditions, (10-25 mg weekly), should not delay your period. Sometimes acute or chronic illness can. If your autoimmune condition that MTX is being used for is active for example, that can delay your period. I would check with your gynecologist first, and make sure that you are not pregnant. ...Read more