What are the signs you are pregnant while on birth control? You hit that row of do nothing pills in the birth control pack and your period does not come. It could come late for other reasons like hormones out of whack. And it was concern that my hormones would be messed up that I did not use them. Then I cannot say that you got pregnant on the pill because you used antibiotics. Antibiotics can make you poop a lot, passing the pills through faster. If you were taking thyroid medication, it would metabolize them faster. However, if you get a stomach bug and throw them up, you could get pregnant. If I’m throwing up a lot, that’s a sign I am pregnant on birth control. If you are nauseous or throwing up in the morning but not in the afternoon or evening, then it is likely due to pregnancy. If it is all day, then you may need antibiotics or another medication. I have not been taking antibiotics. If you were on the pill, you’d be able to guess you were pregnant if you had a light period the next cycle and none the one after that. With a birth control implant, though, a woman would not have a period at all. Well, most of the time. You could develop breast tenderness in early pregnancy. I get that with my normal cycle. Peeing a lot is a sign of pregnancy. Or a urinary tract infection. If you used an injected contraceptive, your odds of pregnancy are really low barring medication that interferes with it. I do not use the injectables. What are the other signs I could be pregnant while on birth control? If you used an intrauterine, it causes heavier than normal periods. If you’re pregnant, the period stops. That’s usually normal regardless of the contraception method. You could be certain you did a pregnancy test and it came back positive. Don’t birth control methods interfere with that? If you used a condom, cervical cap or even an intrauterine, you’d have the normal hormonal cycles for ovulation and pregnancy. It is only the hormone based pills and shots that throw off your hormones. And it may be that my contraceptive method failed. If you were taking birth control pills, the estrogen or progesterone won’t throw off the pregnancy test. In fact, no medicine you take for anything would mess it up. So a pregnancy test is the best way to see if I’m pregnant. And it would be a sure sign to talk to your doctor about the best way to stop your birth control, since you clearly won’t need it for a while.
Просмотров: 107691 Momism Mommas
Reasons For Missed Menstrual Period When On Birth Control Pill 00:00:13 Adjustment Phase 00:00:27 Inactive Pills 00:01:18 Seasonal Cycle 00:01:32 Changes In Lifestyle 00:02:23 Conception
Просмотров: 10324 Home Remedies
Oral contraception pills work in a lot of different ways. First of all, most kinds prevent you from ovulating, which is when your body releases an egg that could potentially be fertilized by sperm. But your body also affects the endometrium or layer in the uterus where an egg would settle if it was fertilized. It also affects cervical mucus which makes it harder for sperm to get to the egg. There are lots of different ways that these pills work. Basically women can get pregnant on the pill if they don't take it at just the right time to prevent ovulation. Basically what I'm saying is once you've stopped taking the pill you can get pregnant any time. It usually does take women a couple of months just because that's normal. It takes most couples about six months on average to get pregnant assuming that they're not using any form of contraception. It definitely is possible for you to get pregnant even though you're not bleeding or actually seeing that you're having a period. As long as your body is ovulating or releasing that egg then you could get pregnant. Some women actually find out they're pregnant but they haven't had a period for a while and have no idea how far along they are because they haven't been able to track their cycles. It's very important to go to the doctor as soon as you find out you're pregnant and they can help figure out what your dates are, how far along you are, and make sure that all is well. The fact that you're not having regular periods yet does make it a little less likely that you're ovulating but you could still could be. It would be best to follow your doctor's advice, just wait a little bit longer and see if your body starts to return to normal. In the meantime since you're trying to get pregnant be sure you're taking a prenatal vitamin every day that has at least 400 micrograms of folic acid in it, that you're avoiding all alcohol, drugs, and tobacco products, and talk to your doctor about any and all prescription medications that you take regularly, any over the counter medication that you may take regularly or even just occasionally. For example, ibuprofen for cramping should not be taken during pregnancy and then some people are taking herbal supplements that aren't okay with pregnancy. Check with your doctor before you take anything and just think twice before you put anything in your mouth. Also make sure you're at a proper body weight. This decreases the chances of both you and the baby having complications during pregnancy. If you want to find out what your BMI is, or body mass index, you can go to babyyourbaby.org, click on "Pregnancy," and then there is a "Before Pregnancy," link and "Preconception Health," link. Once you've found that there will be a BMI calculator where you can plug in your weight and height and you'll be given a number. You want that number to be somewhere between 18 and 24. Once you're at that point you're at a good place to be before you get pregnant. Ask your doctor if you have any other specific questions about your situation. But if you have any other questions for me I'd love to help you out. Feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at Facebook.com/IntermountainMoms and recommend us to your friends and family too.
Просмотров: 21808 IntermountainMoms
You mentioned that you stopped taking birth control pills last month, and your period was supposed to start recently, and it didn't, so you took a home pregnancy test. And that's good. The first sign of pregnancy is a missed period, and so whenever that day comes when your period should start and it doesn't, that's when you take a test. It sounds like you took a few of them, and they were all negative, and because of that, the likelihood of pregnancy is not great. But that leaves you wondering still, it sounds like, "Am I pregnant, is there any chance, and if not, why didn't I have a period?" It would be best for you to call your doctor and talk with them about your concerns. They can give you the best information based on their knowledge of your circumstances. For example, they could talk to you about the birth control pills that you were on, and talk to you about whether or not they might affect bleeding patterns after discontinuation. They can also decide if further testing is warranted. Good luck with everything, and if you have any other questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/IntermountainMoms, and recommend us to your friends and family too.
Просмотров: 13721 IntermountainMoms
You mentioned that you're taking oral contraceptives, and over the course of the last month, you've missed a pill, or possibly even more, and you're wondering if pregnancy is a possibility. And overall, oral contraceptives are a good form of contraception. Pregnancy rates are about 0.1%, but that's if it's taken perfectly - no days are missed, and it's taken at the same time every day. Oral contraceptives work by giving your body a hormone that suppresses ovulation, or in other words, prevents your body form releasing an egg that can be fertilized by sperm. So if you miss a pill at just the right time (or I guess you could say at just the wrong time) of the month, then that means that you might ovulate, and pregnancy is a possibility. Failure rates for oral contraceptives are high when women are taking them irregularly, or not taking them at the same time each day. So my recommendation to you is to wait until your next period should start, and if it never does, then take a home pregnancy test. And if that first test result is negative and you still haven't started your period for another week, then take another test. If that one is negative, and it's been about 5 to 6 weeks since your last period, then the chances of pregnancy are very very low. And in the future, if you're wanting to prevent pregnancy, be sure to take your pill everyday around the same time, and if you do that, then it should prevent pregnancy. If you have any other questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/IntermountainMoms, and recommend us to your friends and family too.
Просмотров: 25351 IntermountainMoms
Oral contraceptive pills have to be taken regularly. There is no question of missing a pill. Irregular or regular missing of pills can land up in a pregnancy and continuing the pills on a pregnancy is not advised. So missing of pills is not a question. So once a girl is started on oral contraceptive pills, the awareness should be given that there is no question of missing the pill. So if the girl misses one pill, then take it as soon as you remember and continue the pack as required. But if the patient has missed 2 pills, then the first pill is the thrown away, not taken and the second pill is taken as soon as the patient remembers. But the packet has to be continued as usual. You do not stop the packet as you require the packet for the pill free period. Since the patient has missed 2 pills, then the patient is advised to take barrier contraceptive along with the oral contraceptive pills. So if 2 pills are missed, the first pill is thrown away. The second pill is taken as soon as she remembers. The packet is continued as such, the next 7 days, the barrier contraceptive along with the Oral contraceptive pills is continued. Third thing, if there is a pregnancy, contraceptive is not advised and it is not to be taken.
Просмотров: 16816 Doctors' Circle - World's Largest Health Platform
You wanted to know if it's risky to get pregnant before your period regulates after stopping birth control pills. And actually, most women should have regular cycles after stopping birth control pills. A lot of women are actually prescribed birth control pills, because they help to regulate their cycles, and they've had a history of having irregular periods, and so that helps to regulate them, and then after they stop taking them, their period should be regular, and that makes ovulation more predictable, and thus you can time intercourse with ovulation and have a higher chance at conceiving. If you go off birth control pills and haven't had a period within 3 months after, then talk with your doctor, and there may be underlying causes contributing to that, and they can determine if further investigation or intervention is warranted for you. Now as for it being risky to conceive, the time at which a doctor recommends that a woman tries to conceive is based on their knowledge of her medical history. For example, there might be some reasons why conception should be delayed. Maybe the woman has some medical problems that need to be addressed, like hypertension, obesity, thyroid problems. And actually, these things should be addressed while the woman is on birth control, so that when she gets off, it's well-managed, and if she gets pregnant, then it would be okay, as she has the best shot possible at having a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby. In short, if your doctor has told you to wait a few months before trying to have a baby, then it would be best to follow their advice, because it's based on their knowledge of your circumstances. If you have more questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/IntermountainMoms, and recommend us to your friends and family too.
Просмотров: 6120 IntermountainMoms
Signs of Pregnancy on Birth Control Birth control pills are the most effective form of contraception for sexually active women. However, there are still cases when they are not enough to prevent pregnancy, but they influence the symptoms and lead to their misinterpretations. Many women see doctors and take various tests before finding out that their problem is not the condition they were afraid of, but an unexpected pregnancy. Subscribe Us : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1OHjPjSoHjZO28hDNyb_jQ Like Us: https://web.facebook.com/manhd.365/?ref=tn_tnmn Add in Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/113182243246115778802 Signs of Pregnancy on Birth Control | Early Signs of Pregnancy While on Birth Control
Просмотров: 21806 Alma Radid
I'm pregnant, what I did to regulate my period and vitamins that helped me. Comment and subscribe 💖
Просмотров: 4905 Hangin With The Wards
For Similar Videos Click - http://www.onlymyhealth.com/health-videos/chances-of-getting-pregnant-on-birth-control-1384163051.html There have been several cases of women getting pregnant even while talking contraceptive pills. The term 'birth control pill' encompasses various oral contraceptives. Copper T, an intra intrauterine device helps in suppressing the ovaries' monthly release of an egg cell while the birth control pills mostly thicken cervical mucus, inhibiting the sperm movement. Pregnancy can still take place if the Copper T gets misplaced inside the uterine cavity. Although quite effective, oral contraceptives may not always be perfectly effective at preventing pregnancy. Watch this video to know more on getting pregnant on birth control.
Просмотров: 37632 onlymyhealthtv
If you've ever missed a birth control pill, you may not know what will happen or what you should do next. Hannah Cranston and John Iadarola give you advice on what you should do if you mess up your birth control. Tell us what you think in the comments below. Don't forget guys, if you like this video please "Like," "Favorite," and "Share" it with your friends to show your support - it really helps us out! If there's something you'd like to see us discuss on the show, tweet us about it! See you tomorrow :) ***************************************************** Every day ThinkTank challenges preconceptions, exposes amazing new facts and discoveries, explores different perspectives, and inspires you to learn more about the world and the people around you. Feed your brain with new videos every day at 12pm Eastern/9am Pacific! SUBSCRIBE or you'll miss out! http://tinyurl.com/9o8kpf4 Keep up to date with John Iadarola and Hannah Cranston ON FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/thinktankfeed HANNAH: http://facebook.com/hannahcranstonhost ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/thinktankfeed JOHN: http://twitter.com/jiadarola HANNAH: http://twitter.com/HannahCranston_ ON INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/thinktankfeed JOHN: http://instagram.com/johniadarola HANNAH: http://instagram.com/run_hmc ON YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/johniadarola HANNAH: http://www.youtube.com/hannahcranston ON TWITCH: http://www.twitch.tv/gamesetjohn
Просмотров: 48716 ThinkTank
Full description and additional information at http://medtwice.com/pregnancy-while-on-birth-control Free medical videos at http://www.MedTwice.com
Просмотров: 68623 Med Twice
"This is hell." As/Is Boldly has changed its name to As/Is--don’t worry, it’s the same content you know and love! Subscribe for daily videos & series about beauty, fashion, style, body positivity, women’s experiences and lifestyle, and to join a community of incredible women working to empower and inspire each other. We accept you, as is! Check out more awesome videos on As/Is! As/Is on YouTube: https://bit.ly/2p6kiZu Ladylike on YouTube: https://bit.ly/2nbQuy4 Love BuzzFeed? Get the merch! BUY NOW: https://goo.gl/2ny7st Credits: https://www.buzzfeed.com/bfmp/videos/46702 Check out more awesome videos on As/Is! As/Is on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/asis Ladylike on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/ladylike As/Is on Facebook: http://facebook.com/UrGreatAsIs As/Is on Instagram: @AsIs https://www.instagram.com/asis/ As/Is on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/urgreatasis Check out our website: http://buzzfeed.com/asis GET MORE BUZZFEED: https://www.buzzfeed.com https://www.buzzfeed.com/videos https://www.youtube.com/buzzfeedvideo https://www.youtube.com/asis https://www.youtube.com/buzzfeedblue https://www.youtube.com/buzzfeedviolet https://www.youtube.com/perolike https://www.youtube.com/ladylike MUSIC Licensed via Audio Network SFX Provided By AudioBlocks (https://www.audioblocks.com) STILLS Serious man ready to take a pill sitting on couch Milkos/Getty Images Man shaving in the bathroom. torwai/Getty Images Oral contraceptive pill on pharmacy counter. areeya_ann/Getty Images Man with erectile dysfunction during sex AntonioGuillem/Getty Images Weighing on analog Weight lnwkrit360/Getty Images EXTERNAL CREDITS Devy Setiady @devyjs + Kelsey Darragh @kelseydarragh
Просмотров: 2352360 As/Is
You mentioned that you have an eight month old and you're still breastfeeding, that's awesome. You're starting to think about baby number two, maybe you're wanting to try when your baby is about a year of age it sounds like. Because you're not having regular cycles it's hard to tell if you're ovulating or not, breastfeeding will do that to you. Some women never resume their period until they stop nursing. It's because the hormones of breastfeeding suppress ovulation and thus cycles. With that said, breastfeeding is not a sure form of contraception. Of course, there are many women who get pregnant while they're nursing. Some women never have a period and then all of the sudden find out that they're pregnant. That can happen but the chances of you ovulating when you're not having cycles and when you're breastfeeding are lower than they would be if you weren't. So that day might come when you really want to have another baby but you're still breastfeeding and then you need to weigh out what your priorities are. If you really want to have another baby and you've breastfed your first baby until a year of age, that's really good. There's a lot of be said in that. You and your baby have gained the health benefits that come from nursing. If you want to stop breastfeeding at that time so your body can resume normal cycles and it will make it easier for you to get pregnant then you can decide if that's a decision you'd like to make. In order to get pregnant, of course you do need to ovulate and you need to time intercourse with ovulation, this is really hard to do if you're not having regular cycles. I suggest you talk with your doctor and they can help you decide what plan would be best for you based on their knowledge of your circumstances and their ability to ask you more specific questions. Good luck with everything and if you have more questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/intermountainmoms and recommend us to your friends and family too.
Просмотров: 27023 IntermountainMoms
No period - no joke! What is Implanon or Nexplanon? What does it do, how does it work, and what are the side effects? How can this contraceptive arm implant help you, and does it cause acne? Watch for my Implanon experience, thoughts and more! ► FOLLOW ME ▷▷▷ IG: http://instagram.com/jess_bunty ▷ FB: http://www.facebook.com/jessbunty ▷ WEB: http://www.jessbunty.com Hey guys! Here's another weird one for you! Please keep in mind this is my personal experience and my own opinion about this method of birth control. Implanon/Nexplanon isn't for everyone, and I've heard some horror stories! But it's worked for me, and I just wanted to share that with you. Here's some more information about it: - Implanon is a contraceptive rod, about the size of a match, containing the hormone etonogestrel, which is similar to the naturally occurring hormone progesterone. - It is the most effective reversible method of contraception available. It is more than 99.9% effective. - Unless side effects are severe, you should try to keep Implanon in for at least three months, as any side effects will often settle in this time. (From http://www.fpv.org.au/for-you/contraception/long-acting-reversible-contraception-larc/contraceptive-implant-implanon) Implanon is a form of birth control rod implant. It's a simple process to have it implanted, and it must be done by a trained professional. The implant lasts for 3 years. You may get mild, or severe side effects, or none at all. Definitely keep in touch with your doctor and ask them any questions you may have about the insertion, removal, or process. Thanks heaps for watching, and as always, if you have any comments please write them below! I love to have a chat! Please SUBSCRIBE for more content each week, and LIKE it if you liked it. See you Friday! Xx Jess DISCOUNT CODES + LINKS! ► 70% off makeup brushes! Vegan & cruelty-free, use ‘JBRUSHES’ at checkout: https://goo.gl/CI7ipP ► 70% off ’The Ultimate Skin Spa’ exfoliation brush set! https://goo.gl/zoslLR ► 70% off ‘Spin for Perfect Skin’! https://goo.gl/zKuP0r ► 50% off replacement heads for ‘Spin for Perfect Skin’! Use ‘J2REPLACE’ at checkout https://goo.gl/jRdEau ► 10% off your first order with iherb! https://goo.gl/enlkt5 FOLLOW ME! W E B S I T E : http://www.jessbunty.com T W I T T E R : http://twitter.com/#!/jess_bunty I N S T A G R A M : http://instagram.com/jess_bunty F A C E B O O K : http://www.facebook.com/jessbunty ★ What I use to film: Canon 700D kit - http://amzn.to/2fbyATX (Canon T5i in America - http://amzn.to/2egW38D ) Studio Umbrella Lighting kit - http://amzn.to/2fyQ8xB 32GD SD cards - http://amzn.to/2egVMCD Final Cut Pro X A note about links: Some links I use are affiliate links. I only encourage using links to products or services I personally back. If you use my links, you’re helping to support the growth of this channel and the content I make here, and I cannot thank you enough!
Просмотров: 24404 Jess Bunty
Today Im telling my experience of taking the contraceptive pill. I have taken Levlen, YAZ & Yasmin over the past 7 years and have had numerous negative and positive effects. ♥♥♥ FOLLOW ME ON SNAPCHAT - stephbaileyy ♥♥♥ FIND ME ON: INSTAGRAM - stephaniemai_xx http://instagram.com/stephaniemai_xx TWITTER - @stephaniemai_xx https://twitter.com/stephaniemai_xx TUMBLR - http://stephanie-may-xx.tumblr.com/ ♥ BUSINESS ENQUIRIES: Represented by MAXCONNECTORS. If you are a company or organisation looking to collaborate or work with me please contact - firstname.lastname@example.org ♥ DISCLAIMER: This video was not in any way SPONSORED. ♥ Music: YouTube Audio Library Carefree by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1400037 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ xxx
Просмотров: 26747 Stephanie Bailey
This 3D medical animation shows the anatomy of the female reproductive system and roles of estrogen and progesterone in the menstrual cycle. The animation continues on to describe the difference between combination birth control pills and progestin-only pills, and how they prevent pregnancy. Finally the animation describes the effectiveness of birth control pills if used correctly vs, typical use.
Просмотров: 833455 Covenant Health
Watch more How to Pick a Birth Control Method videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/510842-How-to-Stop-Your-Period-with-Birth-Control-Birth-Control Learn how to stop your period with birth control in this Howcast video. You call your doctor and you say, "Doc, I'm going on vacation with my boyfriend. How do I prevent my period from coming? I'm in that phase of my cycle where if I take my placebo pills, I'm going to get my period." Well, this is one of my favorite questions to answer because it gives the patient the power of deciding when or when not to have her period. And when you're on birth control pills, you have that option. When you're taking a conventional birth control pill, one that has 21 days of hormones and 1 week without hormones, what you can do is take the pills continuously. What that means is that you take 21 active pills, and instead of taking the week of placebo pills, throw the pill pack away and start a new pack of pills. When you do that, you can skip your periods and not cause any harm to your body. It does not affect the contraceptive effectiveness of the pills, and it does absolutely no harm to your body. If you are considering skipping your periods with the birth control pills and you are uncertain of how to do it, call your doctor or your nurse practitioner. We are happy to provide that information for you to make your life easier, and there is nothing wrong with making your life easier when you're on birth control pills.
Просмотров: 116707 Howcast
Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel for latest Health videos.. Subscribe Now*--~''^---*"--~*.:: https://goo.gl/hMCJ02 Like and Share in Our Facebook page : https://goo.gl/xa99Ke ****••****••****•****•*****••****•****•*****••****•****•*****• Like * Comment* Tag * Share * Subscribe * ****••****••****•****•****••****•****•*****••****•****•*****• 5 Ways To Avoid Pregnancy Without Using Rubber Getting pregnant when you are not ready for this is like shocking ‘NEWS’ for couples. Couples face this issue because they don't use it during love making. Isn't there any way, other than using it to avoid unwanted pregnancies? The answer of this question is yes. There are many way to do this and in this post we are sharing some of them. The Safe Week (Calendar Method). Safe period to have love refers to day 1 to 7 and the last 4 to 5 days of cycle that lasts from 26 to 32 days. (Note: The safe week depends on your cycle length and regularity and is not a very reliable method). Withdrawal Method (Pull & Pray Method) As the name suggests, this method involves the man to remove his stiffy before his emission, which may lead to pregnancy. Birth Control Pills This could be a safest way for couple who are not ready to be parents. One of the most common and best options available is hormonal birth control pills regulating a woman’s fertility cycles for preventing pregnancy. The Effective Copper T This method requires a trained doctor to implant a device which can be removed at the time of desire to conceive by the couple. Sterilization This method can 100% guarantee to prevent the pregnancy risks, either for man or woman. However, it is a permanent procedure, so unless you are not sure to not want biological children of your own in the future, then do not opt for this.
Просмотров: 1703731 All About Your Health
It sounds like your period was supposed to have started and it hasn't, and you're wondering if that could be due to the fact that you took the I-pill about a week before your period was supposed to start. You're wondering if that could have affected your cycle length. The I-pill can cause a little bit of nausea, headaches, breast tenderness, and these symptoms usually go away within a day or two of taking it. It can also cause unscheduled bleeding, you might have a bit of spotting afterwards and it can even make your period come sooner than normal. It doesn't make it come later than normal. Because your period hasn't started I do recommend that you take a home pregnancy test, either rule or confirm that is the cause. If your result is positive pick and call an OB provider of your choice and let them know you have a positive pregnant test result. They'll schedule an appointment with you and start to establish regular prenatal care. If it's negative and your period still hasn't started in another week take another test and see what that result is. If it's negative and you still haven't started bleeding and you're concerned, you can call your doctor. But know that it is normal for some women to have irregular periods. Once you've gone a total of three months without having a period and you're not pregnant, then call a doctor. They can look into what might be causing that and decide if treatment is necessary. If you have any other questions for me in the future please feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/intermountainmoms and recommend us to your friends and family too.
Просмотров: 45991 IntermountainMoms
What are your chances of getting pregnant if you miss a birth control pill? If I missed 1 pill could I be pregnant? If you miss one birth control pill and take it a day or two later, you're more likely to get pregnant. How much more likely? If the odds of getting pregnant are 1% or 2% for perfect usage, odds are actually 5% because so many women don't always follow the instructions and occasionally miss pills. Does it matter when I miss the pills? The odds of getting pregnant go up if you miss any pills during the first and third weeks of the cycle. I missed one pill yesterday. Do I take it today or skip it? Go ahead and double up the pills the second day. There are jokes about girls looking good through beer goggles. They don't tell you about how you forget essentials like BC pills. If you took the pill and then threw it up, whether you had a stomach bug or got roaring drunk, it's as if you didn't take it at all. The forgotten hazards of a hangover. At least the pills protect me. Birth control pills don't protect against sexually transmitted diseases. Life is a sexually transmitted disease. The birth control pill doesn't protect against HPV, HIV, hepatitis C, gonorrhea - You can't get pregnant or an STD if you don't have sex. Ah, so you do remember something from abstinence education. I don't want to say no, and I don't want to get stuck with a pregnancy or have an abortion. If you can't remember pills, get an IUD or an injectable contraceptive. I'm so stressed I might take St. John's wart. And I hope I don't need antibiotics for, uh ... Both of those meds wipe out the birth control pills' benefits. Maybe you just need a Depo Provera shot, so you're good for three months. Then I have to remember to go back in three months. Then you really shouldn't be on the pill.
Просмотров: 16732 Momism Mommas
Women Menstrual Cycle Is Regular Which Indicates That This Month You Are Not Pregnant, However, Married Women Are In Worry Before The Regular Date Of Each Month When They Are About To Have Periods. Usually, In Stress Or Depression Or Due To Other Reasons The Period Gets Late By Days And Weeks, In A While You Might Get A Home Based Pregnancy Test And The Pregnancy Test Turns Out To Be Negative. The Women Start Worrying And Wonder That There Are No Periods And Still Results Are Negative. Although, There Are Scientific And Justifiable Explanations For The Late Period Negative Pregnancy Late Period But Negative Pregnancy Subscribe our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCESs38trBuiOVSf1lG-LWGw like us on: https://web.facebook.com/Wellness-Valley-276113592863553/ follow us: https://plus.google.com/b/106099504711686396414 There Are Two Situations Under Which The Negative Results Of Pregnancy Tests Can Be Studied. Missed period negative tests. 1. When You Are Pregnant. Sensitivity Can Be The Reason For Pregnancy Test Negative The Major And Key Reason That Is Studied Is That The Women Who Tested On Home Based Products Is Lower To Sensitivity And Is Not Reliable As Compared To Pregnancy Kits And Other Technology. The Test Kit Would Detect The Hormone Of Pregnancy, Which Can Detect At A Certain Level, Not At Lower Levels. Women In Curiosity Take The Pregnancy Early Where The Hormones Are At Lower Sensitivity, Which Is Unable To Detect Hormones And Gives Negative Results.Therefore, It Is Recommended To Use An Expensive And Higher Sensitivity Brand So The Results Are Accurate. Moreover, It Is Also Preferable To Test Pregnancy When Your Hormone Level Is Higher And Concentrated Urine. The Test Should Be Conducted Early Morning When Urine Is Concentrated And Give The Kit To Make The Test Results Clear About 5- 10 Minutes When The Reaction Is Complete Then Dump The Kit. Concentrated Urine The Sample Of Concentrated Urine Has To Be Tested. When The Bladder Is Full Of Water The Urine Becomes Diluted, Which Affect The Accuracy And Sensitivity Results Are Negative means Late Period Negative Pregnancy Test. Anti-Hcg Ant Bodies In Some Cases, The Antibodies Of Hcg The Hormone Of Pregnancy Are Of The Kit Do Not React Well With The Women Hormone, Which Causes The Results To Show After A Span Of Time. This Happens Due To The Use Of Branded And Expensive Kits. Other Pregnancy Issues and Why Is My Period Late Moreover, Due To Some Problems The Pregnancy Issues Occur Which Lowers The Levels Of Pregnancy And Makes It Insensitive To Respond To Any Test Or Kit Giving Negative Results. 2. When You Are Not Pregnant And Period Is Late Mensurational Cycle Under This Situation, The Hormonal Control Takes Place, Which Causes Ovulation To Be Incomplete. For Instance, An Ovary Releases And After A Couple Of Weeks The Uterine Lining Sheds, Happening The Mensuration. On The Other Hand, The Eggs Get Fertilized And Embeds In The Uterus And Stops The Periods Which Mean You Are Pregnant. At Times The Ovary Is Released, Though, It Does Not Send The Stimulus To The Uterus Which Delays The Period Cycle. The Change In Mensurational Cycle Occurs Due To Excessive Exercise And Not Eating Properly, Lack Of Sleep., Stress, Tiredness, And Depression. What Doctor Recommends for Negative Pregnancy Test Late Period. Doctors Usually Prescribe Some Birth Control Pills That Balances The Hormonal Level And Makes The Ovaries And Uterus To Function Properly And Restore The Mensurational Cycle. Pregnancy Test Negative and No Period That Is Why Gynecologist Recommends Women To Keep A Healthy Diet And Exercise Moderately And Reduce Stress Naturally. The Late Period May Cause Negative Pregnancy, However, Patience In Testing May Give Accurate And Reliable Results.
Просмотров: 3171 Wellness Valley
Oral contraceptive pills are basically taken to avoid pregnancy. So they are a means of contraception. So the basic work of this contraceptive pills is it gives the body enough hormones to the body in such an amount that ovulation does not happen, these pills have no relation with in future the patient not getting pregnant. So they act on that cycle to avoid ovulation. So basically you would have taken a pill for 1 year, 2 year, 6 year or 10 years, the month you stop the pill, the next month if there is no ovulation, you conceive. So the month you finish your pills, that is the end of the pill effect. The next month you can try pregnancy and get pregnant.
Просмотров: 23895 Doctors' Circle - World's Largest Health Platform
You have some questions about oral contraceptives, and exactly how they work, and how things work with the sugar pills that are at the end of a 28-day pack. Oral contraceptives are very effective at preventing pregnancy when taken as prescribed. When taken as prescribed, the chance of getting pregnant is less than 1%. However, a lot of women miss pills or don't start pills when they should, and so they end up getting pregnant 8% of the time. The pills that you take in your pack contain hormone that help to suppress ovulation, and they're given at specific times in your cycle to prevent ovulation. So it's important to start on the first day that you're supposed to start, and then at the end of a 28-day pack, the last 7 pills are sugar pills, but a lot of people like to have those available, because it just makes it so you're used to taking a pill every day and you don't forget to start on day 1 of your next cycle. Basically, you're able to get pregnant (or you're fertile) for 6 days out of each month - 5 days leading up to ovulation and on the day of ovulation. And ovulation typically happens about mid-cycle, and so of a 28-day cycle, you'd probably ovulate on day 14 and be able to get pregnant for 5 days leading up to that day, because sperm can actually live inside a woman's reproductive tract for 3 to 5 days. So you could potentially have unprotected intercourse on day 9 and actually get pregnant if you ovulate on day 14. It's possible, but the chance is low - about 5%. The chance of getting pregnant increases when you have intercourse closer to ovulation. The chance is actually greatest on the day before ovulation at about 30% to 35%. But of course, this all only applies if you're not taking contraceptive pills, using any other forms of contraception, or if you're not taking it as prescribed. Then you might ovulate, and pregnancy is possible. To specifically answer your question, you're not going to get pregnant when you're on your period, because you're not ovulating and that will never fall during your fertile window. So I hope that this has all clarified it for you. If you have more specific questions, call your doctor, and based on their knowledge of your situation, they'll be able to give you the best advice. And if you have more questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/IntermountainMoms, and recommend us to your friends and family too.
Просмотров: 15220 IntermountainMoms
Visit: http://www.GettingPregnantGuaranteed.org By: Lisa Olson "Dear Lisa, After 7 years trying to conceive I finally got pregnant 4 weeks after I read your book and followed your program. It was simply amazing. I had history of recurrent miscarriages and was also diagnosed with genetic problems but using your system I got pregnant naturally at age 44& after 2 HSGs and 4 negative IUIs including 6 induction Clomid cycles and laparscopy. Everything in your book makes sense. I am recommending your program to all my friends. God bless you!" Learn More http://www.GettingPregnantGuaranteed.org
Просмотров: 20299 Svetlana Soneva
WATCH IN HD! SUBSCRIBE! LIKE! Click here to Subscribe! http://bit.ly/SimplyNessa ♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡ add me on snap @vanessagabriela (I add back) Twitter @simplynessa15 Instagram @simplynessa15 watch zachs vlog from the same day lol https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17lEgooBYTc Watch more of my Storytime videos https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiuUfAVfE5cqte0FIfmWYgep3jXqCBtJT Watch more of my vlogs https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiuUfAVfE5coOxccs7HfZkbriH7sDdP2q Watch more of my sp0oky paranormal videos https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiuUfAVfE5cqp8ZJBIbgcApl3-UWjXfNfmal videos BUSINESS EMAIL for PRODUCT PROMOTION AND REVIEWS: email@example.com
Просмотров: 534760 Simplynessa15
Today I want to share with you my personal hormonal balancing journey; from getting off birth control, to losing my period for over two years and being diagnosed with to Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) while suffering from a horrible hormonal acne breakout, to getting my period back through natural practices like: a healthy whole foods plant-based diet, acupuncture, meditation & self-love. My journey has taken me through all parts of me, physically, emotionally & spiritually, and I have no doubt that taking the time to learn these different aspects of myself has contributed immensely to my deep healing. Our most difficult challenges present us with an opportunity to truly get to know ourselves, it is difficult to open up to these places, but it is possible to heal by choosing love for ourselves each day. With love ❤️ Sheer Lev ~ Subscribe to my channel: https://bit.ly/2lw9Uup Instagram: @sheerlev Business inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Просмотров: 79312 Sheer Lev
Dr. Jani Jensen, Mayo Clinic physician, explains how soon a woman can expect her period to return after stopping her oral birth control. Previously patients were told to wait 12 months or more if you are trying to become pregnant, but now it is recommended that you should see your physician sooner if you are not pregnant.
Просмотров: 19850 WHMayoClinic
You mentioned that you've been trying forever to have a baby, and first is foremost I want you to know that my heart goes out to you for that. I'm sure that this has been a very difficult time for you. It sounds like you went to the doctor and the doctor prescribed birth control pills. Those are usually given to women who aren't well regulated, who aren't having regular cycles because it gets their body back on to having regular cycles and then after being on it for a few months they can stop taking the pill and then at that point their body usually has 28 to 30 days cycles with predictable ovulatory cycles and this increases your chances of getting pregnant and also helps you to know if you are pregnant once you miss a period. Women who have irregular periods probably aren't ovulating and have no idea if they're pregnant because they never know when that time comes when you miss a period. That's when you should take a pregnancy test if you're suspicious about pregnancy. You asked specifically, can you get pregnant when you stop taking birth control pills? The answer is yes. Like I mentioned, sometimes they're prescribed to help women get more regular so that they can increase their chances of getting pregnant once they've gone off them. Birth control pills do suppress ovulation but a lot of women get pregnant while taking them because they missed a couple of pills just at the right time of the month. As soon as you stop taking them that hormone is no longer in your body and you can ovulate and you can get pregnant. I hope the very best for you. If you have more questions about it don't hesitate to talk with your doctor. It would be best to talk with them before going off the pill because they can counsel you and guide you as to whether or not it's time to go off to make sure your body is well regulated so that when you do go off your chances of getting pregnant are higher. Best of luck with everything and if you have more questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/intermountainmoms and recommend us to your friends and family too.
Просмотров: 14695 IntermountainMoms
You mentioned that you haven't had a period for 2 months, and you're suspicious of pregnancy. You're not using any reliable forms of birth control, so pregnancy definitely is a possibility for you. And you did the right thing by taking home pregnancy tests to find out if that was the reason behind the missed periods. But you also mentioned that you've seen multiple negative results, and most recently, you went into Planned Parenthood a couple of days ago, and got a negative result. Any negative pregnancy results seen 5 to 6 weeks after a woman's last period are pretty reliable. So because all of these have been negative, it's pretty safe to say that you're not pregnant. But that leaves you wondering what all of these symptoms are due to that you've been having that are unusual for you. And it would be best for you to see a doctor if they're persistent or affecting your ability to function each day. And after asking you more specific questions, they can decide if further investigation or treatments are necessary for you. You mentioned that you don't have insurance, and so you're concerned about seeing a doctor and how much it would cost. But there are clinics out there who help people who don't have insurance, and they can work out payment plans where it's income based, and they can put you in touch with people who can help you apply for insurance that you might qualify for. So there are definitely a lot of resources out there. So if you feel like you need to be seen by a doctor, those would be good options to look into. Good luck with everything, and if you have any other questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/IntermountainMoms, and recommend us to your friends and family too.
Просмотров: 33352 IntermountainMoms
Well looks like I'm part of that 5% that gets pregnant after taking Plan B. While I am VERY happy and excited I wanted to let everyone be aware that you CAN get pregnant after taking Plan B. *For information on Plan B click herehttp://www.planbonestep.com/about-plan-b-one-step/how-does-it-work.aspx *Check out my friend Jeremy who drew the picture in the background here https://www.youtube.com/user/Toysoul1337 **Ashley Ricablanca P.O. Box 6186 visalia, ca 93290 for business inquires email email@example.com
Просмотров: 31950 ashers490
Click here for more info - http://bit.ly/1YPoWal SOME OF OUR BEST PRODUCTS AND SERVICES SEE BELOW!!! Naturally Minimize Menstrual & Menopausal Symptoms to Experience Wholesome, True, SYMPTOM-FREE HEALTH http://bit.ly/1YPoWal “Former Uterine Fibroids Sufferer Reveals The Only Holistic System In Existence That Will Show You How To Naturally Treat The Root Cause of Uterine Fibroids Within 2 Months, And Regain Your Natural Inner Balance, Using A Unique 3-Step Method No One Else Will Tell You About...” http://bit.ly/1TsYEqR Mentiras Sobre El Control De Las Cefaleas Por Migraña http://bit.ly/1TQ6V7J An Urgent Message To Anyone Struggling To Get Pregnant http://bit.ly/1TQ723f 1 Weird Trick Forces Your Body To Quickly Treat Candida Overgrowth & Enjoy Freedom From Yeast Infections http://bit.ly/1sMuSag Fast Fat Burning Meals http://bit.ly/1ToNNDC Transcript 01: Pregnancy comes with a number of changes to your body. Vaginal itching is unfortunately part of it, and depending on its cause, you might want to get it checked out. Transcript When a woman's pregnant, the hormones in her body change quite a bit. And this change in her normal hormonal environment can create some very benign infections, from time to time. One of the most common is yeast infections in pregnancy and they can happen. And it's completely normal. And the reason for it is because of the differences in estrogen levels in a pregnant woman versus when they're not pregnant. So, if you have vaginal itching, the most likely cause is yeast. It can be treated in pregnancy. You can treat with topical over-the-counter medications, but I would talk to your doctor. Because it's always, when you're pregnant, important to speak with your obstetrician. So, yeast infections are very common. They can be treated safely in pregnancy. And if you find that you have a lot of itching when pregnant, please let your OB know and know that it's normal and can be treated easily. Taraneh Shirazian, MD Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, NYU Langone Medical Center Is your period late? Well, that may or may not mean you're pregnant. Here is what you should know. Transcript So a late period does not always mean pregnancy. And the reason is that a woman's reproductive axis and cycle is very, very sensitive. It's very finely tuned, if you will. So, anything that's happening in your day-to-day life can potentially throw it off. For example, you're under a lot of stress because you have a new job, or you just moved, or you have some new relationship change going on. All those things can throw off your cycle because your body interprets that as a stress on your reproductive cycle. Other things that can delay or postpone your menstrual cycle are infections. So let's say you have the flu or some other basic infection in your body. That also, again, because the reproductive axis is so delicate can throw off your period. Other common things include underlying medical issues which are either treated or untreated. Things like thyroid disease or prolactin disease or some of the other medical issues that can occur like diabetes and things like that. Any medical stressor or new medical condition can throw it off. Medications that are new can also postpone or delay your period. If you're on a birth control pill, that also can affect your period cycling. It can delay your period. If you take other medications like Plan B, that can also delay or change your period cycling. So, really almost anything that sort of happens to you can affect your menstrual cycle. And so it's important to remember that it may not be pregnancy. You should always make sure it's not pregnancy because we always like to know early about pregnancy, so I would do an at-home pregnancy test and just make sure that it's not that. And then come on in, if you don't get your period for over a month after where you would anticipate getting it. You should come in, get checked out for all of those other underlying medical issues, and we'll explore all the other potential things that it could be. Taraneh Shirazian, MD Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, NYU Langone Medical Center The Ayurveda Experience Fibroids Miracle Milagro Para El Dolor De Cabeza Organic Fertility Bible Yeast Infection No More Fat Burning Meal Club
Просмотров: 12441 Healthy Choice01
Emergency contraception commonly known as the morning after pill i'm sure is known to many. What is this emergency contraception? It is a method of contraception that is used by a woman before she misses her periods or thinks that they might definitely be or more probability of having a failure having used to particular method of contraception. For example if there is a rupture in the barrier method of contraception like the condom. This emergency contraception works either by stopping the ovulation or postponing the ovulation or interfering with the normal post-ovulatory changes that are naturally occurs on the lining of the uterus following an ovulation to prepare a bit to receive if the egg is fertilized. This emergency contraceptive pill is best taken 72 hours within 72 hours of unprotected contact or exposure. But the efficacy is maximum if it is taken within 24 hours of the protected contact. But remember an emergency contraceptive pill does not give you a hundred percent protection against pregnancy. The efficacy is only between 90 and 95 percent. So after taking an emergency contraception if you miss your cycle, then please rule out a pregnancy first, it is a always preferable that you take an emergency contraceptive pill after consulting the gynaecologist especially if you are taking any medications on a long term basis for any chronic medical issues or if you have any history of any drug allergy. Also remember that this emergency contraceptive pill cannot be used in a regular basis as a regular contraception. It is not a substitute for a regular contraception and likewise it cannot be taken multiple times within one menstrual cycle as they can cause severe hormonal imbalance resulting in a normal uterine bleeding.
Просмотров: 45327 Doctors' Circle - World's Largest Health Platform
Hey guys so today we are getting into it and I want to talk all about contraception, natural family planning, the different methods I've considered, and what I am currently doing to ensure I dont get knocked up! x Please note I am not promoting a particular type of contraception, rather sharing my thoughts and experiences. I'm a married woman, have been in a relationship for 10 years. Natural Cycles is the world’s first birth control app that is approved as a contraceptive. Learn more & purchase a starter kit: http://bit.ly/2lj9Qz2 Video of how Natural Cycles works: http://bit.ly/2lyPp1d Natural Cycles on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2mjDjXX @NaturalCycles on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2lgeKKG For questions on Natural Cycles, ask below (& they will respond) or on their social media How does Natural Cycles work? 1. Take the temperature under your tongue every morning. Enter data into the app. 2. The app will get to know you and your body and soon start displaying your cycle, ovulation and more (i.e. which days you are not fertile). Natural Cycles in The Wired: http://www.wired.co.uk/article/fertility-natural-cycles-app-contraception The Telegraph: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2017/02/09/mobile-app-replaces-pill-approved-contraceptive/ My top - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ny13FCSDog This video contains paid for advertising from Natural cycles
Просмотров: 550763 Patricia Bright
🌈 PREGNANT? Get Birth Like A Boss https://www.lynnjt.com FREE ONLINE HYPNOBIRTHING VIDEO MINI-COURSE. Download the free resources including MP3 Hypnobirthing Guided Meditation for Pregnancy Relaxation: https://www.achievethebirthyouwant.com/courses/free-hypnobirthing-mini-course-birth-like-a-boss I gave birth to my daughter at home with NO FEAR, NO DRUGS and NO TEARING. You too can achieve an empowering fearless birth, even if you're naturally skeptical (like I once was) about unlocking your mind-body abilities to control fear and PAIN. As a Hypnobirthing Practitioner, Chartered Physiotherapist, Pilates Instructor and Yoga & Meditation Junkie, I can help you have the best version of your pregnancy and birth experience. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org BLOG: https://www.lynnjt.com PR FRIENDLY. Work with me on Sponsorships and Collaborations - contact email@example.com FACEBOOK PAGE https://www.facebook.com/LynnJTvlogs/ INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/lynnjt_vlogs/ TWITTER https://twitter.com/LynnJT_vlogs Click SUBSCRIBE! My goal is to empower, inspire and connect as a woman, a mum, a physiotherapist and hypnobirthing coach. Thank you for your support and please leave me a note in the comments box with your questions and request for specific topics you want me to cover next time. 🙌 Turn alerts on here: https://www.facebook.com/LynnJTvlogs/ Micro meditations and self-care strategies for modern mums with a sense of humour. 🌈 Who's pregnant, can't sleep and wondering how they'll survive the next 9 months? Who's a busy worked-to-the-bone mummy already and needs to claim back some meaningful me-time? I feel you all! Welcome to my "meditating womb tang clan"! 🙌 This is a judgement-free zone for finding like-minded friends, support and laughs. This is where I'll host live stream chats, Q&A's, Instagram games and whatever else you might want to see here. This is a great place to start for beginners in meditation, mindfulness, but who are finding it hard to find time, know-how or motivation to remember to take the time for self-care. THIS VIDEO How could I be pregnant if I just had my period? Tender slightly swollen breasts, nausea, fatigue and... MY PERIOD. I was found out very late that I was pregnant and shocked. Here's how I found out and what my early symptoms were. What you think is a period might be an implantation bleed. When the fertilised embryo sticks to the wall of the uterus, small blood vessels can break causing a small bleed that resembles a period but is in fact an implantation bleed. Good luck if you're trying for a baby #ttc - it's exciting to be on the look out for those early pregnancy signs and symptoms! Subscribe to my channel to stay clued up on all things pregnancy, birth preparation, hypnobirthing inspiration, pregnancy exercise and motherhood. ARE YOU HAVING PROBLEMS CONCEIVING? Listen to my phone conversation with Friday Ng U-Hock, https://youtu.be/8SOJkaUkCsQ Friday is an Acupuncturist and Human Givens Therapist. In the video linked above, Friday summarises the concepts behind Chinese Medicine and how acupuncture can be helpful in rebalancing the natural energetics in our bodies. He warns that acupuncture, like IVF, is just one form of treatment and is rarely successful if used o n its own. He recommends self-care and healthy lifestyle changes to boost your chances of conceiving. A very interesting point her makes towards the end of our discussion is that stress is not always a bad thing. "It's the stuff we're made of [...] that spurs us on". I love that. Stress has got a bad reputation but if it is harnessed and put to productive use, it can motivate us to make real long-term changes and action better lifestyle choices. Start your calm birth preparation with my FREE MP3 Download: https://lynnjt.com/free-mp3-download from https://www.lynnjt.com . Want more? Plug into The MindBody Motherload, a weekly fix for women who want to boost their health and happiness at any stage of pregnancy and mum-life: https://lynnjt.com Every week you'll get thought provoking videos, articles & practical resources + Invitations to special live streams, webinars and hidden replays! https://youtu.be/dfi3q7A7mQs -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- ARE YOU DOING PREGNANCY MEDITATION AND RELAXATIONS? : "Why Labour and Birth Meditation DON'T WORK?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3UIk0FnkE0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Просмотров: 123406 Mindful Mamas Raising Tigers
Learn how to calculate safe period to avoid pregnancy using a free, simple, natural and effective method. HOW TO CALCULATE SAFE PERIOD TO AVOID PREGNANCY: FREE, SIMPLE, AND EFFECTIVE METHOD! Calculating your safe period and using it in preventing unwanted pregnancy is free. It has no side effects; it is always available and quite effective if properly calculated and applied. But many people find this very confusing and difficult to calculate. And so, today, we will be looking at a simple method of calculating one's safe period and applying it in preventing pregnancy. 1) Okay, the first thing to note is that: you should start counting from the date you started bleeding (not the day you finished the bleeding). For example if you started bleeding on the 4th, you start counting from the 4th (not the day you finished but the day you started). The 4th will be day 1 then 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and so on the day you started bleeding will be your day 1. 2) The second thing to note is: when it comes to calculating your safe period you must avoid Day-14 and days around Day-14: These days are the "dangerous days". So if you started bleeding on the 4th, that would be your day 1 then 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14...then the 14th day -- and days around Day-14 should be avoided: these are the dangerous days because, these are the days the egg is likely to be released and the probability of getting pregnant is very high! 3) The third thing to note here is that: every other day apart from this danger period constitutes your safe period; so all these days aside Day-14 (and days around it) constitutes your safe period. As you get closer to Day-14, the likelihood of getting pregnant increases and away from Day-14, the likelihood decreases. So, the day you started bleeding is part of your safe period but as you get closer to Day-14, the likelihood of getting pregnant increases. Days around day 14...avoid, but other days are safe and down to your next period next month are safe. The danger period are the days to avoid intercourse which are the days around 14th day. I will repeat it one more time: The first thing is start counting from the first day you started bleeding that would be Day 1. The next thing is avoid Day 14 and days around day 14. I hope that helps but before we leave, 2 very important points to note: 1) First this method is best for ladies with a fairly regular menstrual circle where the difference in months is just few days. You might see your period 17th this month and 18th or 19th next month or 15th or 16th next month. The difference is just few days plus or minus. We can say you have a fairly regular menstrual circle then you can apply this method of contraception. 2) The second point is this method is not advisable for ladies with very short menstrual circle say for ladies that see their menses every 3 weeks and it is also not advisable for ladies with very long menstrual circle say for ladies that see their period once in every 2 months. It is best for ladies with a fairly regular circle where they see their period once in every month with few days difference. ==== LEARN HOW TO TEST FOR PREGNANCY CORRECTLY here: https://youtu.be/ihnp25YVCSE == FREE EBOOK: Get the FREE eBook, FIRE YOUR DOCTOR: 30 Timeless Health Tips: https://eepurl.com/0--Or ======== SHOP NOW: Support us by using our unique Amazon affiliate link to GET YOUR HEALTH stuff and other products (at no extra cost to you!): https://amzn.to/2q9W9nL ========= MY BOOK: Get my Book on Amazon: http://a.co/0PHu24r ========== PARTNER WITH ME! Support this channel...Let's Touch the World Together: https://www.patreon.com/askdrmalik ========== SUBSCRIBE: Start taking charge of your health and happiness: https://www.youtube.com/c/askdrmalik?sub_confirmation=1 ========== MY BLOG: Learn MORE for FREE: http://www.askdrmalik.org ========== LET'S CONNECT: FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/askdrmalik TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/askdrmalik INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/askdrmalik LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/askdrmalik/ ========== DISCLOSURE: This video and description may contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission (and at no extra cost for you!). This helps support the channel and allows me to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support! ========== DISCLAIMER: Even though I am a medical doctor, the information I supply here is "general information" and, therefore, does not serve as specific diagnosis and treatment for your particular health challenge. If you require personalized diagnosis and therapy for your specific medical condition, consult with a medical doctor personally. Also, even though I occasionally recommend some strong drugs, products, and supplements in some videos, I will give this serious instruction: Don’t use them indiscriminately or without expert prescription.
Просмотров: 931410 Ask Dr. Malik
Mechanism of action of the Pill. This video and other related images/videos (in HD) are available for instant download licensing here : https://www.alilamedicalmedia.com/-/galleries/images-videos-by-medical-specialties/gynecology-obstetrics ©Alila Medical Media. All rights reserved. Voice by: Ashley Fleming All images/videos by Alila Medical Media are for information purposes ONLY and are NOT intended to replace professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of a qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Contribute to our videos and get FREE downloads and other GREAT REWARDS: patreon.com/AlilaMedicalMedia Birth control pills are medication used to prevent pregnancy. They contain hormones that suppress ovulation. The most effective type is the combination pill which contains both estrogen and progestin - a synthetic form of progesterone. These 2 hormones interfere with the normal menstrual cycle to prevent ovulation. The menstrual cycle refers to the monthly events that occur within a woman’s body in preparation for the possibility of pregnancy. Each month, an egg is released from an ovary in a process called ovulation. At the same time, the lining of the uterus thickens, ready for pregnancy. If fertilization does not take place, the lining of the uterus is shed in menstrual bleeding and the cycle starts over. The menstrual cycle is under control of multiple hormones secreted by the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, and ovaries. Basically, the hypothalamus produces gonadotropin-releasing hormone, GnRH; the pituitary secretes follicle-stimulating hormone, FSH, and luteinizing hormone, LH; while the ovaries produce estrogen and progesterone. These hormones are involved in a REGULATORY network that results in monthly cyclic changes responsible for ovulation and preparation for pregnancy. The 2 hormones that are required for ovulation are: FSH, which starts the cycle by stimulating immature follicles to grow and produce a mature egg; and LH, which is responsible for the release of the egg from the ovary - the ovulation event itself. Two other hormones, estrogen and progesterone, are at high levels after ovulation, in the second half of the cycle. They suppress FSH and LH during this time, preventing the ovaries from releasing more eggs. If fertilization occurs, estrogen and progesterone levels REMAIN HIGH throughout pregnancy, providing a continuous suppression of ovulation. On the other hand, in the absence of pregnancy, their levels FALL, causing menstrual bleeding. The levels of estrogen and progesterone in the combination pills mimic the hormonal state after ovulation, tricking the ovaries into thinking that ovulation has already occurred; FSH and LH are constantly suppressed, no egg is matured or released. The pills are taken every day for three weeks, followed by one week of placebo pills containing no hormones. During the week of placebos, estrogen and progesterone levels fall, triggering a so-called withdrawal bleeding, or fake periods. The bleeding serves as a convenient indication that fertilization did not happen, but it is not required for birth control. In fact, there exist continuous-use contraceptive pills with less or no placebos, resulting in less or no menstrual periods. These pills are particularly beneficial for women who suffer from menstrual disorders such as excessive menstrual bleeding, painful menstruation and endometriosis. For lactating women, or those who cannot tolerate estrogen, there are mini-pills that contain only progestin. These are not as effective as combination pills at preventing ovulation. Their effect relies more on the ability of progestin to promote secretion of a thick cervical mucus to obstruct sperm entry.
Просмотров: 9875 Alila Medical Media
I am aware that not everyone has the same side effects and reactions to birth control(s). This was my experience and sadly, after doing my research, there are MANY others. After reflecting on everything, the side effects I am to THIS DAY STILL experiencing, do NOT compare to the loss of my child. I was close to the half way mark of my pregnancy when I miscarried. I pray that nobody else goes through what I went through. Also, keep in mind, this took a lot of me to sit down and film. The wounds are still fresh, I still hurt. I'm still an emotional mess. So i'm sorry for being shaky and all over the place.
Просмотров: 39615 XOvelica
Pregnancy test negative missed period | Pregnancy test negative but no period | Pregnancy test. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ SUBSCRIBE my Channel: http://bit.ly/2nZF6SU ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ✅ Website: http://aboutpregnancytest.com ✅ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aboutpregnancytest/ ✅ Twitter: https://twitter.com/pregnancyabout
Просмотров: 356182 Secret'sTaylor
16 Reasons for Missed or Irregular Periods in Hindi | By Ishan While most women aren’t exactly excited about menstruation, most realize the importance of this bleeding when, suddenly, one month it either doesn’t appear or it shows up when least expected. What’s going on when you have irregular periods? Or why do they suddenly stop? Let’s start by understanding the mechanics of the menstrual cycle. During a woman's fertile life, the eggs mature within the ovaries in a cycle that typically lasts 28 days (this varies from woman to woman and even from period to period). On day five of the cycle, about twenty eggs start to mature in the follicles of the ovaries. Each of these follicles is like a tiny fluid-filled sac. As day fourteen approaches, one follicle has generally matured earlier than the others and releases its mature egg to be fertilized. What happens to the other follicles? They shrivel up and are reabsorbed by the body. But the mature follicle transforms into what is known as a "corpus luteum," which is responsible for producing the hormone progesterone to prepare the uterus to receive the fertilized egg. If the egg is not fertilized, it disintegrates and dies. Likewise, the corpus luteum withers. This causes the uterus to shed its lining, the endometrium, causing the bleeding of menstruation. What is a regular menstrual cycle? Having a regular cycle means that the interval between periods is consistent. As mentioned earlier, it’s usually 28 days, but depending on the individual woman, can range from every 20 to every 35 days. What is an irregular menstrual cycle? Having an irregular cycle means that the interval between periods varies each month. That is, sometimes they come every 28 days, sometimes every 20, sometimes every 30. Having irregular periods is very common.The causes can range from something insignificant to something that requires treatment. For example, if you're a teen, your body's hormones can fluctuate and take some time until they find a balance. Therefore, it’s normal to have an irregular period during adolescence or, sometimes, for your period not to arrive in a given month. But, before we get down to business, remember that the main cause for your period not to arrive is a pregnancy. So, if your period doesn’t arrive, check to make sure it’s not actually a baby on the way. Now, let’s look at the most common causes of irregular periods: 1.Eating disorders, like anorexia and bulimia 2.Excessive weight gain or weight loss; extreme thinness and obesity both cause your menstrual cycle to become irregular or even to disappear 3.Stress or emotional problems 4.Hormonal problems, for example, when the thyroid malfunctions Travel 5.Over-exercising: If you're an athlete and train very hard, you may stop menstruating because your body wants to survive and save energy and menstruation requires energy 6.Problems with the pelvic organs (such as polycystic ovarian syndrome, for example) 7.Drugs like birth-control pills can affect the frequency and / or intensity of menstruation 8.Breastfeeding Irregular periods or a stop of menstruation can be due to a condition called "premature ovarian failure" which causes a woman to stop having her period before age 40. This can be caused by radiation, surgery or chemotherapy, in the case of a woman with cancer. Don’t forget that if you are sexually active and don’t want to get pregnant, you should use a birth control method you can trust so that irregular periods don’t bring you an unexpected surprise. Also, remember that even if your period goes away for a while, this does not mean you cannot become pregnant. You are still at risk! If you're not planning to have a baby, be careful! And, as always, I recommend that you consult your healthcare provider if you have questions about what’s causing your irregular periods. That way you’ll be ahead of the game if it’s being caused by a serious condition that requires treatment. Remember, your health comes first! Keep Supporting Us :- Website : https://www.ishanllb.com/ Website : http://www.eisarahi.com/ Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook Official : https://www.facebook.com/eisarahiofficial Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/IshanLLB/ Other Channel : https://www.youtube.com/ishanllb Twitter : https://twitter.com/ishanllb Tags :- 16 Reasons for Missed or Irregular Periods in Hindi,Why the periods are irregular,irregular periods reasons in hindi,irregular periods treatment in hindi,desi nuskhe for irregular periods in hindi,late periods solution in hindi,monthly periods problems and solutions,periods problem in hindi,how to period come early in hindi,periods late hone ke karan,periods miss hone ka reason,late periods but not pregnant in hindi,masik dharm ka late hona
Просмотров: 3163042 ISHAN HEALTH
After you stop oral contraceptives, most women start to see a period within 1-3 months and if you haven't had a period after three months then the doctor would treat you as any other woman who isn't having regular periods. So you mentioned that you stopped the mini pill four months ago. You're having severe pain. Those are both reasons to see the doctor because they can look into the reasons for the pain and also look into why you haven't been having periods. If you haven't taken a pregnancy test, this is a possibility that you'd be pregnant. You can take an over-the-counter pregnancy test and if it's positive, congratulations! If it's negative, then obviously-- in both cases, positive or negative-- it would be best to talk to your doctor. Good luck with everything and if you have any other questions for me, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at facebook.com/intermountainmoms and recommend us to your friends and family, too.
Просмотров: 1962 IntermountainMoms
How to Get Pregnant after Coming off Birth Control http://heidibrockmyre.com/free-fertility-resources/ Learn why you may not be getting pregnant after coming off of birth control and what you need to do to increase your fertility and get pregnant fast! Enjoy the video and leave comments below! ============ Click below to SUBSCRIBE to more videos: http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=positivelyfertile SIgn up for my Top 5 Foods to Boost Fertility: http://heidibrockmyre.com/free-fertility-resources/ Join my fertility support group here: http://on.fb.me/1oNPbSk Heidi Brockmyre, M.S., L.Ac. Fertility Acupuncturist and Expert http://heidibrockmyre.com Total Fertility Wellness™ http://heidibrockmyre.com/tfw
Просмотров: 9701 Heidi Brockmyre
You can get 3 dec 2014 combined contraceptives and progesterone only pills require different missing a pill be worrying experience, especially if you've recently missed one anywhere in the pack or started new day late you're still protected against pregnancy. Here's the truth about pregnancy while on pill. Teen what to do about missed or skipped birth control pills overview. Can you get pregnant on birth control pill if miss one day this is what happens when forget to take your. Chances of getting pregnant are much higher after you miss 2 sep 2012 if you're taking birth control pills to prevent pregnancy, check out these 3 single day, and missing a pill can cause become this information help set stick routine that's right for. Birth control pills are highly effective when used as directed. Can you get pregnant if miss one pill? Prjkt ruby. Hard to say because you missed two doses, took the dose late and had intercourse if miss 2 birth control pills during week have sex on those days can get pregnant? By anonymous april 21, 2009 27pmselect rating accidentally one pill, there's probably no need worry. Missed taking your birth control pill? Here's what to do next 7 feb 2013 should i if miss one or more pills? Your chances for getting pregnant depend upon when you missed pill during can use an emergency contraceptive, such as plan b step, 18 oct 2016 on the. If you miss 2 birth control pills during week and have sex on those can still get pregnant while taking them? . 13 may 2008 in order for oral contraceptives the birth control pill to be if you're a few hours late routinely, without even missing pills, you can be at a 6 oct 2016 learn what you're supposed to do when you miss a birth control pill and find out why which birth control could be right for you? Mean you'll for sure get pregnant, even if you did have sex the day you missed your pill if you had unprotected sex during the time that you missed taking pills, you can use emergency contraception to help prevent pregnancy. Patient fact sheet using birth control pills regularly for successful 6 ways you can get pregnant while you're on the pill bustle. In fact, for 30 jan 2017 birth control pills offer reliable and easy to use contraception, but sometimes life gets in the way you simply forget take a pill or miss sep 2016 if you're taking combined oral contraceptives (birth that it's unlikely you'd get pregnant, says minkin, it could happen 29 aug 2015 what are chances of getting pregnant once? Basically, can work great exactly as 4 apr 2014 should do you've missed all important pill? . Can you get pregnant on the pill? . Depending keep these tips in mind if you're on birth control and want to prevent pregnancy one pill? Yes, you can get pregnant miss any of your scheduled pill doses. Will you get pregnant if forgot to take the pill? L i miss taking birth control (query of pills, will pregnant? What really happens when a pill. Skipping pills greatly increases the chance of pregnancy never skip
Просмотров: 147 Pan Pan 3
You mentioned that you've only had 3 periods your entire life, and you sought help from your doctor, which is good, because of course that's not normal. And it sounds like they put you on birth control pills, and after stopping them, you still didn't have regular periods, and you're wondering if you're ovulating or not. Now typically speaking, a normal cycle will be 25 to 35 days in length. And if you had cycles that were that long, then it would be likely that you were ovulating, but they're so irregular and infrequent, you're probably not ovulating. And if you're wanting to get pregnant, then you should talk with your doctor again, and they can decide if further investigation or treatments are necessary in order to help you achieve your dreams of having a baby. In order to get pregnant, you have to time intercourse with ovulation, and if you don't know if you're ovulating or not, or when, then of course that makes this process very difficult. Birth control is typically prescribed to help women get regular again, because it's usually due to a hormone imbalance, and birth control pills help to regulate that and help you have normal cycles. And you are right, you don't ovulate while you're on birth control pills, but once you stop taking it, then you should ("should" being the key word) stay regular and start ovulating after 1 or 2 months, which means that pregnancy is possible at that point. Given your history though, because you haven't stayed regular and you have more questions about it, I do recommend that you talk with your doctor. And based on their knowledge of your circumstances, again, they can decide if anything else should be done. Good luck with everything, and if you have any other questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/IntermountainMoms, and recommend us to your friends and family too.
Просмотров: 25241 IntermountainMoms
You mentioned that you were using the Implanon for contraception and had it removed 3 months ago, but you've been having some suspicions of pregnancy, and you took home pregnancy tests (all of which have been negative), and you're wondering "What do I do now?" After having the Implanon removed, studies have shown that 90% of women ovulate in 3 to 4 weeks. That means that you could get pregnant the first time you ovulate if you have unprotected sex at just the right time. Now the first sign of pregnancy is a missed period. So you did well, because you were suspicious of pregnancy, to take a home pregnancy test. Because it was negative, it's hard to know exactly where you're at in your cycles if you haven't had them yet after discontinuing the birth control. So my advice to you is to wait another 1 or 2 weeks and take another test, and if that one is still negative, then chances are very great that you're not pregnant. The only other possible scenario is that you haven't been pregnant in the past, but if you were to get pregnant now, and take a test in 2 weeks, it could be positive. It takes at least 2 weeks from conception, in most cases, for you to get a positive pregnancy test. So that's why I recommend taking one in another couple of weeks, or every 1 to 2 weeks until you're not suspicious of pregnancy anymore. For example, if you have a period, then you can be pretty confident that you're not pregnant. If at anytime you have more questions or concerns about your situation, don't hesitate to call your doctor. They'll ask you more specific questions and be able to determine if testing is warranted in your situation. And if you have any other questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/IntermountainMoms, and recommend us to your friends and family too.
Просмотров: 12559 IntermountainMoms
First Response Early Result Pregnancy Test stripes here: http://amzn.to/2vsrAxw Pro Tip - If it is the first time you concept you might want to look at this: http://amzn.to/2whEfB4 Use Bio-Oil Liquid Purcellin Oil: http://amzn.to/2v7lf9P Use a total Body pillow during pregnancy: http://amzn.to/2hxEOmZ Do you know what is the early signs of pregnancy? Here is 9 early signs of being pregnant. After watching this video you can easily understand if you are pregnant. A basic, over-the-counter pregnancy test is the most accurate indicator of pregnancy available. Also, physical changes may indicate the early stages of pregnancy. Not all women have these early changes, nor does having one or more symptoms do not necessarily mean you are pregnant. But knowing common indications can help you understand the changes you may experience in the dawn of a pregnancy. (1) Consider your actions: Obviously, you need to have had sexual intercourse to get pregnant, although not necessarily penetration. Did you have sex without a condom? Did a condom break? Did you forget to take your birth control pills? If you did things that put you at high risk for pregnancy, that will play a huge role in determining if you are pregnant. However, if you used protection and took other precautions, you probably are not pregnant. The failure rate of most protection options are very low. Not zero, but low. "Pulling out", however, is not an effective birth control method. (2) Notice when you've missed your period: Some women track their cycles, and some don't, so you may not notice that you haven't had your period until a little while after you've missed it. Think back to the last time that you had your period. Attach the timing of your period to an event. For example, were you menstruating when you went on a vacation or when you went to a concert? If you haven't had a period in more than 30 days, and you're sexually active, then you could be pregnant. If you have an irregular period, then you should test for pregnancy often if you are sexually active. This is especially important if you drink alcohol regularly, smoke or use recreational drugs so that you don't harm the fetus during the first trimester. (3) Look for implantation bleeding: If you had a small amount of bleeding or spotting at the time your period would normally happen or before or after when your period normally happens but your period did not occur at its normal time, you may have experienced what is called implantation bleeding. This is a sign of pregnancy. (4) Look for changes in your breasts: When you're pregnant, especially for the first time, breast changes are typically the first sign. Your breasts may feel sore and tender. They will definitely get larger, and your nipples may grow and darken. (5) Be aware of nausea, vomiting, or other digestive abnormalities: Many women--but not all-- experience "morning sickness" when they are in their first trimesters. Often, the sickness is accompanied by a strong aversion to certain smells, like the smell of coffee. Some women start to feel dizzy often. Some women also get constipation. (6) Pay attention to fatigue: The first trimester is often accompanied by feelings of extreme tiredness. You may find yourself wanting to go to bed early or take naps when you're not used to needing so much sleep. (7) Keep an eye out for mood swings: The hormonal changes of pregnancy can affect your moods, causing you to be euphoric one minute and crying the next minute. Sentimental movie scenes or passages in books could cause you to become highly emotional. You may also find yourself completely unable to look at stories in the news or in books about harmful things that happen to children. (8) Take note of your bathroom needs: A sure sign that you are pregnant is the need to urinate frequently. Another sign can be constipation. If you notice either of these things, they can be signs of pregnancy (9) Watch out for dizziness: This is a common side effect of pregnancy. You may get dizzy very easily when you stand up or you might faint or nearly faint at strange times. If you've noticed this, you may be pregnant. how would i know if i was pregnant,pregnancy signs week 1,early signs of pregnancy discharge,early signs of pregnancy cramping,online pregnancy test,signs of pregnancy in the first month,First Signs Of Pregnancy, first signs of pregnancy, 2 weeks pregnant baby development, 1st week pregnancy, 2nd week pregnancy, 1st week of pregnancy, 2nd week of pregnancy, 2 weeks pregnant fetal development, 2 weeks pregnant baby development, Early Signs of Pregnancy Before Missed Period
Просмотров: 319255 How and Ways
You mentioned that you use the nexplanon for contraception during the past two years and about two and a half weeks after having it removed you experienced some bleeding. You weren't sure if that was a period or not, it is hard to say exactly what that was. It can take your body some time to get back to normal and establish normal cycles that are 25 to 35 days in length from the beginning of one period to the beginning of the next. Now, you can get pregnant after it's removed and it sounds like you're a little bit suspicious of pregnancy and so you took a home pregnancy test and it was negative. You can get false negatives if home pregnancy tests are taken a little bit too soon. They should be taken around the time of your missed period or about four weeks from your last period, of course this is hard to know when you just got the nexplanon removed. You did the right thing by taking a test and if you haven't started your period or you're still suspicious in another week, take another test. Really, for women who are having irregular bleeding and aren't sure, it's a good idea to take a test every two weeks or so, on the first and 15th of every month until you establish regular cycles. Who knows, for some out there sometimes they don't ever start regular cycles because they find out they're pregnant. If you're ever concerned or have more questions don't hesitate to talk with your doctor who can give you the best information based on their knowledge of your circumstances. If you have more questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/intermountainmoms and recommend us to your friends and family too.
Просмотров: 8660 IntermountainMoms
How to avoid pregnancy | how to stop pregnancy| sex without condom|birth control| teenage pregnancy yForgot to take your pills? Missed a shot? Condom break? Forced to have sex? No matter how it happened, if you've had unprotected sex, you still have up to five days to prevent an unwanted pregnancy. Emergency Contraception n. a medication to prevent pregnancy should be taken as soon as possible or up to five days (120 hours) after sex without birth control a concentrated dose of the same hormones in regular birth control pills not the same medication as RU-486 (the abortion pill) Also called: Plan B®, EC, the Morning After Pill. For more information click here. There are two ways to prevent pregnancy using Emergency Contraception: 1. Plan B ® is the most common method of emergency contraception because: It is designed to prevent pregnancy after sex It works the best It has the fewest side effects It is available without a prescription to women aged 18 and older Women under age 18 can get a prescription from their healthcare provider In some states, women of all ages, including those under 18, may obtain Plan B® directly from a pharmacy without visiting a doctor first. Click here to find out more. 2. Regular birth control pills (also called oral contraceptives or "the Pill") While Plan B® works well and is safe, it is not always available-some pharmacists do not stock Plan B® or refuse to fill prescriptions and those under age 18 may not have access to a health care provider that will guarantee them privacy, even when the law requires that they do so. In these situations some brands of regular birth control pills can be used as emergency contraception. The number of regular birth control pills a woman should use when she can't get PlanB® depends on the type or brand of regular birth control pills she has. Some don't work as emergency contraception at all - so you should be sure to check out whether the brand you have can be used and exactly how to use it. Click here to find out more about which brands can be used as emergency contraception. Remember that if you use regular birth control pills as emergency contraception, the pack of regular birth control pills will no longer have enough pills to protect you from pregnancy for the rest of the month. You must use condoms every time you have sex until your next period, and then start a new pack of regular birth control pills as you normally would after your period. A Few Facts About Emergency Contraception (EC) You can use EC if you had unprotected sex or if you didn't use regular birth control properly (for example, you forgot some pills or your partner didn't use a condom correctly). EC also can prevent you from getting pregnant after rape. EC can still work if you take it as late as five days (120 hours) after sex, but it works better the sooner you take it. EC will not hurt you or affect your ability to get pregnant in the future. EC will not cause birth defects if you are already pregnant. EC does not provide any protection against sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV, the virus that causes AIDS (only condoms can help protect against HIV and many other STIs. EC may cause some unpleasant side effects - like nausea and headaches. These side effects only last a few hours. Plan B usually costs between $35.00 - $50.00, though some Planned Parenthood or local health department clinics may offer it at a reduced rate. Plan B® and other emergency contraceptive pills that contain only the hormone progestin reduce your risk of pregnancy by 89%. This doesn't mean that 11% of women will get pregnant using these pills. It just means that this type of emergency contraception prevents 89% of the pregnancies researchers would expect to happen when women have unprotected sex. Usually, if 100 women have unprotected sex one time during the 2nd or 3rd week of their monthly menstrual cycle, 8 of them will get pregnant. But if those same 100 women use Plan B®, only 1 will get pregnant. And if you take these progestin-only emergency contraceptive pills within the first 24 hours after unprotected sex, they reduce your risk of pregnancy by up to 95%. In other words, emergency contraception works better the sooner you take it. EC can give you a second chance to prevent pregnancy after sex. You can use EC as many times in a month as you need it, but remember, it is not as effective as birth control that's used before or during sex, like the pill or condoms. It also causes more side effects than regular birth control methods. That's why you shouldn't use emergency contraception as your only protection against pregnancy. The good news is that you can choose from dozens of kinds of birth control today you will see all health related video and tips for health "heart treatment" diet diseases sex advice cure aids "reduce weight" "sugar patient" piles "home ramidies" skin "diet plan"etc avoid pregnancy sex without condom
Просмотров: 30841 Stay Healthy