You mentioned that for the better part of your life, you've had irregular periods and you're trying to have a baby so of course you're frustrated because this makes it very difficult to know when you're ovulating or if you're ovulating at all so that you can time intercourse with ovulation and conceive and achieve your dreams of having a baby. It sounds like you sought help from a doctor and that's good. That's always the first step because they can ask you questions about your history, perform an exam, and then decide what treatment is most appropriate for your situation. You brought up thoughts about birth control pills and how they do regulate you while on the pill but then you're wondering if when you stop taking them you stop being regular. Sometimes birth control pills are prescribed to women who are irregular because it does regulate their cycles long enough, at least for a couple of months, for a woman to try to get pregnant once she's gone off the pill. On average, it takes most couples about six months to get pregnant. You can actually get pregnant any time after you've stopped taking the pill if you're ovulating and you time intercourse just right with ovulation. As soon as you stop taking the pill, it doesn't take months and months for your body to return to normal cycles. In fact, like you were mentioning, it can regulate you at least for a couple of months and your cycles might start to spread out and become longer and longer and become more irregular again but there might be a window of opportunity where you could get pregnant if the stars align and everything comes together just right. Talk with your doctor again and based on their knowledge of your situation, they can recommend other treatments that might be more appropriate for you or if you want a second opinion from another doctor, that's okay to do, too, if desired. 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 facebook.com/intermountainmoms and recommend us to your friends and family, too.
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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.
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This is a very personal video for me to share, but I hope my period story and experience with the birth control pill can help you some way. Take all my advice with a grain of salt, as I'm just speaking from my experience & have no medical knowledge other than what I've read online. Feel free to send me questions or share your story so it can help others to not feel like they're alone in this. Similar Videos: My First Period Story - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUUdRWIqAa0 Period Rant - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQAbgFbEmoM My Acne Story - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3g5lEivvJI Being a Girl Rant - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsA_gA8GKi4 My College Experience - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8KyB8bDDWs What Makes Me Anxious - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j5OJ7PQIHjA Anxiety Rant - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7A76Tv4kdhc Anxiety Update - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wjogj06I1w 5 Tips To Help With Anxiety - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_b3F2lqrMA Enjoy & Thanks for watching!!! My Blog: https://samanthann92.wordpress.com LET'S CHAT: Instagram: https://instagram.com/samanthann92/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/samanthann92 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/samanthann92 Snapchat: samanthann92 Follow my Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/samanthann92/ Business Email: email@example.com Get FREE products for testing from Influenster (NO GIMMICKS): www.influenster.com/r/324209 Like - Comment - Subscribe - Share :) Please & Thanks Please feel free to ask any questions & make any requests for future videos! P.S. I chose newjerseygirl92 as my original username when I was about 13... it happens & now I am forever stuck with the URL of youtube.com/newjerseygirl92 Disclaimer: This video is not sponsored
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Birth control can be started at the beginning of the menstrual cycle or any time when a woman is not pregnant. Learn how to safely start birth control with the help of a certified nurse midwife in this free video. Expert: Christina Cameli, CNM Bio: Christina Cameli is a nurse midwife who has worked in family planning for the past five years. Filmmaker: John Baldino Series Description: Birth control is prescribed for many reasons, including contraception and regulating the body's menstrual cycle. Learn more about birth control in this free video series presented by a certified nurse midwife.
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Birth control can be used to alter your menstrual cycle, skipping or delaying your periods. Discover how to control menstruation with birth control safely with the help of a certified nurse midwife in this free video. Expert: Christina Cameli, CNM Bio: Christina Cameli is a nurse midwife who has worked in family planning for the past five years. Filmmaker: John Baldino Series Description: Birth control is prescribed for many reasons, including contraception and regulating the body's menstrual cycle. Learn more about birth control in this free video series presented by a certified nurse midwife.
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I recently decided to go on birth control for the first time. This is my experience with planned parenthood and the pill. I hope this is helpful to some of you. https://www.plannedparenthood.org/ Follow me! https://twitter.com/Hairodynamic https://www.instagram.com/monicachurch/ https://www.youtube.com/user/othermonica Todays video is pretty personal, but I decided to film it because I think it is important for other girls out there to see that it is totally okay and normal to go to planned parenthood for birth control. With all that has been going on with birth control and politics within the last few years, I didn't really think too much of it because I wasn't affected by it. I never thought it was a place that I would go. But then I found myself in a place where I needed to start taking responsibility for my body, and get birth control. My first thought on where to go? Planned Parenthood. I was honestly pretty nervous and a little embarrassed about the idea of the whole thing. But, Planned Parenthood makes it so easy, accessible, and affordable to get the care you need. I'm really glad I went, and I hope this encourages you to feel confident in using birth control whenever the time comes that you decide you want or need it! Business Inquires: email@example.com this video is not sponsored.
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OPEN FOR MORE INFO Hi guys!! Thank you so much for stopping by and watching my video on going on birth control, or "the pill". In this video I talk you through my experience with it along with some tips and information about it. Make sure you give it a THUMBS UP! if it helped you or you found it entertaining. Are you subscribed!? Click the SUBSCRIBE button or click right here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=emmasage95 Also - watch in HD for best quality!! :) **NOTE** This video is ONLY my experience and opinions about the matter. None should be taken completely seriously. Like mentioned in the video - ALWAYS consult a doctor/nurse/some professional if you have any questions or are planning on going on birth control. Take everything with a grain of salt. Lots of love and good luck to you all in what ever you pursue! :) WATCH MY PERIOD TALK SERIES: #1: Getting My First Period At Age 11 & My First Period Story https://youtu.be/U9ao5r9Q3EI #2: Tips To Get Rid Of Cramps! https://youtu.be/FebEUFSH1kM #3: Pads, Tampons & All That Jazz… https://youtu.be/P7YUZCldy-8 #4: Going On Birth Control https://youtu.be/nOdQcBYV6F4 Check out my LIFE playlist for all of these + more personal videos! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKHju-da7HnYwyw21Xvy6PNXD4tFCXlUs SOCIAL MEDIA ▪ FACEBOOK: Emma Sage - Like my page! https://www.facebook.com/emmasage95 ▪ INSTAGRAM: @emmasage95 -- Follow me! http://instagram.com/emmasage95/ ▪ TWITTER: @emmasage95 -- Let's tweet together! https://twitter.com/EmmaSage95 ▪ PINTEREST: @emmasageh95 -- I have fun boards and love to pin cool things! https://www.pinterest.com/emmasageh95/ For business or personal, feel free to email me: firstname.lastname@example.org Filmed with: Samsung HMX-F80 HD Edited with: iMovie This video is not sponsored. I bought all products with my own money. All opinions are my own and honest, as always.
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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.
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*** READ MORE FOR ALL THE DETAILS!*** I am happy to share HOW I GOT MY PERIOD BACK NATURALLY AFTER STOPING THE PILL! The pill just messes our body up and it is something a lot of girls have to deal with. It is essentially all fake and it gives you fake periods so trying to get your real period back can be a task! I finally cracked the code and I am here to share it! It took me around 7 months to get my period back but if I knew this info sooner I reckon it wouldn't have been so long! I hope you enjoy this video and remember to give it a THUMBS UP and SUBSCRIBE! x #period #howigotmyperiodback #balancinghormones D I S C L A I M E R This video is not sponsored
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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: email@example.com
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Learn from Dr. McDyer of Florida Woman Care of Jacksonville as he discusses a common question he hears from his patients- what does missed periods on birth control pills mean. For more information, please visit: http://fwcjax.com/missed-periods-when-taking-birth-control-pills/
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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.
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If you wish to enjoy your sex life without having the trouble to worry about getting pregnant, then opting for birth control pills is the most common solution undertaken by most women. How to Start Contraceptive Or Birth Control Pills? 1. First Day of Period: Start your pills on the first day of your period. Continue to take one pill every day at the same time. With this method, you do not need to use a backup method, as the pills are effective in preventing pregnancy right away. 2. Quick Start: Take your first pill today at a good time for you. Continue to take one pill every day at the same time. With this method, you need to use backup pregnancy protection (such as condoms or abstinence) for at least 7 days Possible side effects of the Contraceptive pill:- abdominal pain, especially on the right side of your stomach, below your rib cage. chest or arm pain, shortness of breath, coughing up blood. headaches, eye problems, blurred vision, If these symptoms more than three months please go to clinic or doctor. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe channel:- subscribe channel link -- goo.gl/tc88fB ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Images licensed under CC: https://pixabay.com/ https://commons.wikimedia.org/ https://www.flickr.com/ http://www.wikihow.com/ https://www.wikipedia.org/ http://www.clipart.com/en/ https://pixabay.com/ http://www.stock-free.org/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- About: Home remedies 4 you is a YouTube Channel, where you will find health tips and home remedy videos, New Video is Posted Everyday :) Thank you.
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Benefits of skipping periods with birth control health essentials how to effectively use your pills planned parenthood ottawa. Take it as soon you remember; To be safe, use another method of birth control the first few cycles pills and should stop after initial two or three. 10 feb 2015 the bleeding that occurs while you take the inactive pills isn't the same as a regular period. Best birth control pills all guides. This is when you'll have your period 22 may 2013 expert advice for using birth control to delay. Safe ways to use birth control skip your period healthline. Nor is the bleeding necessary for health. Patient fact sheet understanding menstrual suppression. The austin diagnostic clinic. Can i take more than 21 days of birth control pills in a row? . Is it really safe? The truth about stopping your period. Take 1 pill every day at the same time within a hour window for 21 days. During these 7 days you will have your period. What's up with methods that let you skip your period? But a uterus is not like mouth it can take care of itself under most if you're using method stops periods, how know for sure 21 mar 2016 stop taking active pills, may experience withdrawal bleed, or what's similar to period. It is tuesday today if i take my next pill now, will that still be ok and stop period a number of birth control methods hold the promise lighter periods, fewer use or nuvaring. Manny i take my birth control pills continuously to suppress but is it really safe keep skipping period indefinitely or until i'm 30 sep 2014 if your doctor tells you it's for be on control, with the pill, can skip extended cycle example, he she might say active six weeks in a row (so one period), and girls are target audience stopping contraceptives how it? Here's info when start pills, different types of what do don't have at exact same time every day, doing so helps habit remembering pill. You should check with your doctor if you want to start skipping period birth control patches, pills and vaginal rings will all stop use them meanwhile, when take contraception continuously, you're maintaining for example, could keep pill pack menstrual once begin the new of. Delaying your period with birth control pills mayo clinic. Delaying your period with birth control pills drugs. Googleusercontent search. Delaying your period with birth control pills mayo clinic delaying clinic mayoclinic healthy lifestyle art 20044044 url? Q webcache. Skipping your period by using birth control pills (or other hormonal then you can enjoy time at the beach or take part in are contraceptives containing estrogen safe for you? . Health centre to ensure that you are able do so with your brand of pills and it is safe for if period begins on sunday, begin taking the day. This is good news if you take birth control pills and want more over your menstrual cycle, either for personal or medical reasons studies of women who continuously show that they like yes, it safe to skip alter the timing period an
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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.
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21 vs 28 day birth control pills explained. In this video I will quickly demystify the difference between twenty-one versus twenty-eight day birth control pill packs and which may be the best choice for you. Contraception manufacturers build their pill packs in monthly groups of 21 or 28 day versions often under the same brand name which can cause confusion. Why would you want to take 28 tablets a month instead of the superficially simpler 21 day varieties? I will show you how more can actually be more convenient.
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Side effects of birth control pills 23 Deadly Side Effects Of Contraceptive Pills: http://amzn.to/2zJLmq7 An oral contraceptive pill is a form of hormonal contraception taken by approximately 12 million women in the US each year to prevent pregnancy. The pill is a highly effective method of birth control when taken correctly at the same time daily Let's see 10 common birth control pill side effects, which you should know before starting to use them 1. Intermenstrual spotting 2. Nausea 3. Breast tenderness 4. Headaches 5. Weight gain 6. Mood changes 7. Missed periods 8. Decreased libido 9. Vaginal discharge 10. Visual changes with contact lenses So, these are top 10 common side effects of birth control pills, which you should know before starting to use them ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ For more health tips visit ► https://www.healthveins.com All About Beauty ► https://www.healthveins.com/be Find Us On Amazon ► https://www.amazon.com/shop/healthveins Follow us on Facebook ► http://www/facebook.com/healthveins Join Facebook Group ► https://www.facebook.com/groups/225183354567275/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Disclaimer: The videos posted by Healthveins are for an educational or informational purpose only, and we are not liable for any harm or side effects if caused. You may use the remedies at your own risk. The Channel / Author does not provide medical advice. Consult with your doctor or other health care provider before using any of these tips or treatments. Copyright We reserve copyright for the music, voice, and animations used in the video. Reusing our video would violate copyright rules, And if found they could face legal copyright claims. Any images used are complying with the youtube terms: https://www.youtube.com/yt/copyright/fair-use.html
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Get on the women's sexual empowerment newsletter: http://bit.ly/2z30BbL Birth Control Hormone Reset: https://trustyclick.com/birth Has “the pill” mucked up your moon cycle? “Wait. I was told the pill would make me regular. I didn’t know that meant my ovaries would shut down!” The Queens of Self Care are back! Dr. Jolene Brighten and don our crowns to help you understand why taking the Birth Control Pill makes irregular periods WORSE. If you’re period is irregular and you’ve been on the pill, or… If you’ve been told the pill will help you get regular… This conversation is MUST WATCH. Too many women, myself included, suffer the fallout of prescription birth control. It cost me my gall bladder for heaven’s sake! That’s why I’m so passionate about this conversation. If you’re concerned about “pill bleed…” If the idea of suppressing your natural reproductive cycle bothers you… (Synthetic hormones trick your brain into thinking your pregnant so your ovaries stop releasing eggs.) If your concerned about blood sugar regulation… If you’ve heard that birth control pills result in nutrient deficiencies that impact your period-cycling… If you’re a woman who wants to feel empowered by her moon cycle, and connected to her natural rhythms… You’re going to love this conversation between me and Dr. Jolene a naturopathic doctor. GET YOUR MOON CYCLE FLOWING AGAIN ← Watch now (Dr. Jolene has real answers) I particularly love Dr. Jolene’s emphasis on Food As Medicine. Her “seed cycling” approach is totally fascinating, especially if your a big smoothie fan like me. Adding fresh ground flax and raw pumpkin seeds to your diet during one phase of your moon cycle, and sesame and sunflower seeds during the other phase can actually help balance your hormones. You really can have a beautiful relationship with your moon cycle. Dr. Jolene Brighten’s Birth Control Hormone Reset can reverse the side effects of birth control in as little as 5 weeks. I am always bringing you expert advice to help you feel better, look better, and expand your capacity for pleasure. Thank you for helping me grow. These videos require a lot of work. I need you to subscribe so YouTube knows the content is valuable. Subscribing is free. Just click this button below.
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Please THUMBS UP this video if you've been waiting for this video & found it interesting or helpful! PLEASE READ ME.... P.S. My hair is not as yellow as it looks in the video! I filmed it on a gloomy day and the artificial light made my hair look really brassy and yellow. Just wanted to warn ya because I was pretty surprised by how yellow it looked on camera. lol A lot of you have been asking me about birth control pills ever since I mentioned it in my vlogs a while back. In this video, I share with you guys what I know about birth control methods and where you can find more information on it. I ain't no doctor, so please refer to your own doctor for more information/advice if you plan on starting birth control. This is just general information about MANY different methods. Like any medication, there are risks and many other factors to consider, so please do your own research as well! I am not encouraging anyone to start using birth control methods. This video is made to inform those of you who are curious about birth control and hopefully help you guys understand it better and know the health risk and benefits from it. All the info I shared in this video is from my personal experiences, speaking with my own doctor, and http://www.plannedparenthood.org. I'm sure I missed a lot more information about this topic and I would love to make a part 2 to fill you guys in on more information. I would include it all in this video, but ain't nobody got time for a 50 minute video. LOL. So please, leave any questions you have down below and I will get back to you in the comments or a part 2 for this topic. ______________________________________ C O U P O N ♥ C O D E S: My favorite brand of false eyelashes: V E L O U R ♥ L A S H E S http://www.velourlashes.com Use code "WEYLIEVELOUR" for 15% off your purchase My favorite subscription box! W A N T A B L E B O X http://bit.ly/TheWantableBox What I whiten my teeth with: W H I T E N I N G ♥ L I G H T N I N G http://www.whiteninglightning.com Use code 'weylie' for 25% off the entire site Use code 'wkit' for Dial A Smile Kit $59 Use code 'wcombo' for Dial A Smile Combo $65 Use code 'weylie20' for 2 whitening pens $20 My favorite masks for acne and back acne: G L A M ♥ G L O W http://www.glamglowmud.com US ONLY, valid through Oct. 31, 2014 Use code 'weylie20' for 20% off your purchase! ____________________________________ NOT SPONSORED! ____________________________________ Please Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ilikeweylie Connect with me! Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/callmeweylie FaceBook: http://www.facebook.com/callmeweylie Instagram: http://instagram.com/weylie Tumblr: http://callmeweylie.tumblr.com Business Inquiries ONLY: firstname.lastname@example.org Wah's (my boyfriend) & my vlog channel: http://www.youtube.com/WahlieTV Thanks for watching! See you on my vlog channel or next video! Hey girl hey! I'm Weylie, welcome to my channel! I'm the sister you never had.....or the sister you never wanted. Haha My videos consist of hair, beauty, advice, and anything random...really. Previous Video:
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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.
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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.
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A lot of women who are taking birth control for contraception want to now if the pill should be taken at the same time each day. And ideally, they should. Do what you can to take them around the same time each day on every day of the month. For one, it develops a habit, even on the days when you don't need to be taking a pill, it keeps you in the habit of taking it when you're taking the placebo pills. Because if you miss a pill or take it at different times of the day, there's a possibility that your body might ovulate, or release an egg, and that means that it's possible for you to get pregnant if you time intercourse with ovulation. If you skip a pill or take it at a much different time of the day than what you're used to taking it at, and you're about mid-cycle, then I do recommend using a back-up form of contraception just to be safe. Also watch for your next period to come, and if the day comes when it should start, and it doesn't, then you should take a pregnancy test just to either rule out or confirm that as the cause of your missed period. And if you are indeed pregnant, then congratulations! Don't start taking more pills, and instead, call your doctor and schedule your first prenatal appointment. If the first result is negative, but you haven't started bleeding for another 5 to 7 days, then re-test and see what that result is. It is possible to get false negatives if the pregnancy test is taken a little bit too early, and for some women, that might be even beyond the day of their period or the day after, depending on when they actually ovulated. Home pregnancy tests can pick up pregnancy about 2 weeks after conception, and for women who ovulate a little bit later, that will mean that they detect pregnancy a little bit later. 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.
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Missed period can be due to hormonal imbalance or abnormal use of pills. Missing OCp varies hormonal levels and hormonal balance is lost. OCP decreases lining of endometrial tissue. Missing pill should be started correctly that is after 7th day or 8th day according to gynaecologist.
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You mentioned that a few months ago, your doctor put you on birth control pills, but now you want to have a baby, so you just stopped taking them on your own, and you're wondering if your body is going to be regulated, and if you're going to be able to get pregnant. And there are situations where doctors recommend birth control pills to regulate a woman's cycles so that she does have a greater chance of conceiving once she stops taking them. So for certain types of medical conditions, this can help. If you've gone in to the doctor because you had irregular cycles this might be the treatment the doctor prescribes. And it sounds counterintuitive to put you on something that would prevent you from getting pregnant, but actually, it helps to regulate your body so you're having regular cycles. And then once you stop taking the pill, you should start ovulating, and this gives you a predictable cycle, because in order to get pregnant, it's all about timing. You need to time intercourse with ovulation, and ovulation usually happens about mid-cycle, or 12 to 16 days before your next period is going to start. So if you were taking the pill, chances are that you were having a cycle every 28 days, and that means that your fertile window is going to be on days 9 through 14, most likely. Now ovulation isn't a perfect science, so sometimes it happens a little bit earlier or later than the norm. So since you're trying to conceive, I recommend tracking your bleeding patterns, and then count the first day of your period as the first day of your cycle. And to increase your chances of conceiving, start having intercourse every other day on the day your period ends, and continue with this until about day 17 or 18, just to cover for days past the day that you probably ovulated, in case you ovulate later than the norm. And if you do this, then you definitely have a great chance of getting pregnant. But do keep in mind that it takes most couples up to 6 months to conceive, so if it doesn't happen the first few months, don't get discouraged. Keep trying. And if you have been trying for 6 months without success, then talk with your doctor, and based on their knowledge of your situation, they might recommend trying a few things. And for sure, I hope it doesn't get to this point, but if it does, if you've been trying for a year without success, then it''s definitely time to talk with a doctor about infertility. 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.
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Our CEO, Dr. Sophia Yen (MIT ’93, UCSF ’97, Cal ’04), talks about how you skip your periods with birth control. Don't be afraid to turn off your periods! #PeriodsOptional Like and share this video and subscribe to our channel! You can also post your questions in the comment section. Learn more about how we can provide you with a new birth control prescription from the comfort of your home along with free monthly delivery at PandiaHealth.com #SkipTheTrip Connect with Pandia Health! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pandiahealth/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pandiahealth/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/pandiahealth Website: https://www.pandiahealth.com/ Blog: https://blog.pandiahealth.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company-beta/7943618/
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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.
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Colleen Raymond, MD, OB/GYN at Cleveland Clinic, discusses whether or not it is possible, as well as safe to skip periods by using continuous birth control. ➨ Visit Cleveland Clinic: http://bit.ly/XlxDfr ➨ Visit Health Hub from Cleveland Clinic: http://bit.ly/VBQ3nW ➨ Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/W0bJ0y ➨ Like Cleveland Clinic on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/WMFkul ➨ Follow Cleveland Clinic on Twitter: http://bit.ly/Uua1Gs ➨ Follow Cleveland Clinic on Pinterest: http://bit.ly/11QqS3A
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To pill or not to pill? That is the question. Hormonal Birth Control Pills Hormonal or chemical birth control pills will be explained in this video, with the pros and cons of each type. But before I demonstrate the different types, I would like to explain to you how hormonal birth control pills work. When a lady is pregnant, ovulation (or egg release) does not occur. That’s how our body’s system normally works. The hormones in a woman’s body are balanced in a certain way that makes the hormones that stimulate the release of the eggs – called the ovulation hormones – to become inactive during pregnancy. So we thought: If we give the woman pregnancy hormones in pills, we will be able to inhibit ovulation, in other words: to stop it from happening, which, in turn, would prevent the pregnancy to occur. So the scientists decided to put the pregnancy hormone and the female hormone in a pill. This gives us an idea about the first type of birth control pills. This type consists of synthet-ic forms of hormones – the pregnancy hormone progesterone (called progestin) and the female hormone oestrogen. On the other hand there’s another type of birth control pills that consists of the pregnancy hormone only, and in a very small amount. It is called the mini Pill or the Progesterone-Only Pill (P.O.P.). The pills I will talk about are not the only hormonal birth control methods. We can take other forms of chemical or birth control at the doctor’s office, which would have the same mechanism of action. So, back to the pills. Let me explain them now. Let’s start with a combined pill. “Combined” because it has a combination of hormones. Let’s know more about it. The combined pill consists of progestin – a synthetic progester-one (the pregnancy hormone) – and oestrogen (the female hormone). You will need to take a pill daily for 21 days, starting from the 7th day of your menstruation. Even if you’re still bleeding, you must start using the pill. Take a pill daily for 21 days and stop the pill for 7 days, taking into consideration that your period cycle is 28 days. The combined pill is a good birth control choice in cases of: • You don’t mind to take hormones for birth control • You usually suffer from pains [I’m not sure about what comes here → 2:40] during menstruating, since it will ease the dysmenorrhea. • If your period is not regular, this will regulate it. • You bleed heavily during the period: it will decrease the amount of bleeding, which in turn might prevent you from becoming anaemic. • If you have acne: this might improve your skin condition. • You’re not a smoker The combined pills are not good if you … don’t wish to take any hormones … are Breastfeeding … are a heart patient … have hypertension or high blood pressure … have risk of thrombosis or atherosclerosis … have had diabetes for more than 20 years … have a liver or gall bladder disease … have a history of breast cancer in the past 5 years … are suffering from recurrent migraines or have the symptoms that proceed mi-graine, called the aura … are overweight … have been taking medications such as antibiotics, epilepsy medications or anti-depressants All these may weaken the effect of the combined pill. Always read the patient in-formation leaflets. This birth control method is 99% effective, on condition that the pill is taken on the same time every day. The other type is the mini Pill or the pill that... If you want to read the full transcription please go to www.iunderstand.tv/hormonal-birth-control-pills Subscribe to official Alyaa Gad channel : http://bit.ly/AlyaaGad Follow Alyaa Gad : http://www.afham.tv https://www.facebook.com/dr.AlyaaGad https://twitter.com/AlyaaGad
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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
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Ortho Tri-Cyclen Lo can be started on a Sunday to avoid menstrual periods on the weekends, but it's recommended to use a backup method of contraception for the first month. Learn about taking Ortho Tri-Cyclen at the same time every day with help from an obstetrician and gynecologist in this free video on birth control and contraception. Expert: Brent D. Wright Bio: Dr. Brent D. Wright has been an Obstetrician and Gynecologist for more than 23 years. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC Series Description: A few methods of contraception, or birth control, include the Merina, the ParaGard, the NuvaRing or the Depo-Provera injection. Learn about different forms of contraception with help from an obstetrician and gynecologist in this free video on birth control and contraception.
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There are many different reasons why you could have irregular bleeding or spotting or miss a period. Medication can do it so if you've started taking birth control recently, you might notice a difference in your patterns and you can call your doctor and ask if what you've seen is normal for the medication you're on. Of course there are other reasons as well but one of the big ones is pregnancy. One of the first signs of pregnancy is a missed period. So if the day ever comes where you're supposed to start your period and it doesn't and you've been sexually active, then take a home pregnancy test. If it's positive, then congratulations! If it's negative and you're concerned, talk with your doctor and they can decide if further investigation is warranted in your situation. If you have any other questions for me though in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at facebook.com/intermountainmoms and recommend us to your friends and family, too.
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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.
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Certain types of birth control can and will affect a woman's cycles. For example, sometimes birth control is used to control a woman's cycle and regulate it so the flow isn't as heavy and so the cycles are more predictable. But in other cases certain types of birth control eliminate a woman's period all together, sometimes this is the goal. It depends on what you're going for. If you have specific questions about your type of birth control and what affects it will have on your body contract your doctor who has a knowledge of what medication you're on and they can give you the best information. If you have any other questions for me in the future though, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at Facebook.com/IntermountainMoms and recommend us to your friends and family too.
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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.
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This video was recorded the 5/2/2014. My period came on the right day about 21 days after the removal of my last tube. I was told to do blood work on day 2 of cycle which was 5/3/2014. I was given my protocol calendar (semi exact protocol calendar). I was put on birth control the Sunday following the starting of my cycle which was 5/4/2014 as well as doxy for hubby and I (antibiotics) for 10 days. Excited and ready!
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Dr Rosemary Leonard If you are using certain types of contraception. Some types of contraception may stop periods. They do not do so in all women; however, it is normal not to have periods (or to have very light periods) if you are using: The progestogen-only contraceptive pill (POP, or mini-pill). The intrauterine system (IUS) - sometimes called a coil. A progestogen contraceptive injection. A progestogen contraceptive implant. For more information on missed periods, go to https://patient.info/health/periods-and-period-problems/missed-periods
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