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Im taking birth control continuously and have been spotting for a week now?

Question asked 8 hours ago 2 answers

Support groups: birth control, menstruation, period, spotting

kaismama's response: All that's happening is your body is trying to have a period, despite the active pills. Just keep taking your pills.

What could be wrong?

Question asked 8 hours ago 2 answers

Support groups: peri-ds, birth control, period, pill, pregnancy

kaismama's answer: When you miss pills it triggers your period. That's all that's going on. Its too early for any pregnancy symptoms.

Am I pregnate?

Question asked 8 hours ago 1 answer

Support groups: plan b, sex, period, unprotected sex, pill, emergency contraception

kaismama's response: No you're not pregnant. Its from the plan b. Keep taking your pills. It will straighten out.

Is this normal?

Question asked 8 hours ago 2 answers

Support groups: period, depo

kaismama's answer: Around oct 3 on the average. Its 14 days before your next period. Of course that's not a hard and fast rule. Women are different. Your body is trying to get back to normal after stopping the shot.

Taking an extra Yasmin pill by accident?

Question asked 7 hours ago 1 answer

Support groups: yasmin, accident, pill

kaismama's answer: No. The pills can only be 7. Days apart.

I started the nuvaring in August I been using as directed October I got my menstrual period the 10 I

Question asked 7 hours ago 1 answer

Support groups: nuvaring, period, spotting

kaismama's response: You're withdrawing from the hormone. If you put another one in it should stop.

Birth Control - What is happening? and what should I do?

Question asked 11 hours ago 1 answer

Support groups: birth control, pill

kaismama's response: What are you on? The highest dose may be the problem. I'm assuming you have 21 pills in a pack. Keep taking them even if you're bleeding. Sometimes when you first are starting on them, things like this happen.

Levonorgestrel - Please help Im so worried?

Question asked 9 hours ago 1 answer

Support groups: levonorgestrel, sex, condom

kaismama's response: That wouldn't be your period, its break thru bleeding from the pill and not everyone gets it. It can also delay your period. Yes you got it fast and the faster you take it the better. I sure wouldn't depend on condoms. They break way to often. Have ...

Can I mix novolin n and novolin r together for just one shot?

Question asked 11 hours ago 1 answer

Support groups: novolin n, novolin r

kaismama's answer: Yes but you have to do it correctly. Put the air in the n, then draw up the r, then go back and draw up the n. The point is to avoid contaminating the r with n.

I tired Xanax (2mg) for the first time and I got really tired and fell asleep. I woke up and as soon

Question asked 10 hours ago 2 answers

Support groups: xanax, side effect, crying, anxiety, depression

kaismama's answer: Meds that effect your central nervous system can do some bizarre and paradoxical things. I'd say xanax isn't for you. Cheating accusations will get you divorced, lol. I doubt its going to get worse but it takes a some time to get the xanax out of ...

Been on Butrans 20 for over 2 years now hospitalized due to drug interactions not caught, pls help!?

Question asked 10 hours ago 2 answers

Support groups: flexeril, lyrica, topamax, pain, respiratory distress syndrome, interaction, pharmacy, butrans, doctor, drug interaction, ...

kaismama's response: You can introduce him to the interaction checker. As a nurse the first thing I do when someone complains of something is ask what meds they are on. Drs can't know everything and the failsafe for meds is your pharmacy and a nurse if she's involved in ...

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