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Some ppl may love it....so did I...I was quite content having no period and no side effects for almost 8 years. But now....I really wished I never took it in the first place. Hopefully you will find the right bc for you. Good Luck!
Sometimes I can't sleep at night because of it. Anyway, back to the subject! I am considering options (I know it is a little early) for birth control. 1.) tubes tied??? does it hurt? 2.) the pill. I love how birth control pills make me feel. I love how nice my skin is when I take them. i love the short, pain free peroids. But, As i said, I am 33. I will be 34 when this baby is born. How much longer is it safe to take the pill? 3.
) -Pain relief (ie, epidural) -Home birth -Midwife versus doctor -Doula or no doula Not only are there many birth options, there are many options on where to birth: -Home -Hospital (separate rooms for labor, delivery and recovery) -Hospital (same room for labor, delivery, recovery; termed LDR rooms) -Birthing Center So let's talk BIRTH. What are some options you're considering? Do you have any questions?
You already know it's possible If you miss your pill on a regular basis ,then it prob is not the contraception for you. Have a look at what other birth control to take.
I'm still exclusively breastfeeding my daughter and have used the mini pill the entire time, no side effects, no drop in milk supply, no periods, I love it!
I just don't want to take that away therefore I don't want to get pregnant again so what is the best birth control? I've done the shot, loved it because of no periods, but not sure I want to it again. I'm worried about losing baby weight while being on the shot. My weight stayed the same for 7 months after I had my daughter even though I stopped eating sweets and drinking pop. No pill, it's hard for me to remember to take.
no birth control wont affect your fertility any. if a woman is able to have children it wont be affected any by birth control. if a woman is not able to have children it wont be affected any by birth control.
Which birth control would u ladies consider after u have the babie I cant decide whqt I want to do but I no I dont want the pill or the depo shot
My cousin was like this and she would have no period for almost the whole year then she would bleed for about a month. I do NOT want to live like this. I had recently put on weight before all of this happened and I am working on continuing to lose weight. I have now lost 10 pounds so far and plan on losing another 30 or more. Before I gained the weight, I had always had issues with having a normal menstrual cycle. So my question is should I get on birth control?
They can't make you choose birth control if you don't want it. I didn't start using birth control until my daughter ed five months old. I just breastfed around the clock.
What is the best birth control to consider I told my doctor the depo shot but I'm reconsidering it.
You might want to use condoms for the next month to make sure that you will not get pregnant. Also consider other birth control then the pill. There are a couple options out there, such as the patch, or an IUD. That was you do not have to worry about forgetting them.
What type of birth control do you ladies plan to take after giving birth & why ? . I'm just trying to decide which one to take.
In my mind there is no better form of birth control...effortless, easy, and convenient- I would totally recommend the IUD to anyone! The copper one lasts for 10 years while the Mirena lasts for 5 so they are great for long term usage. My experience was bad because the doctor who inserted my IUD cut the strings too short and it traveled up in my uterus. When it came time for removal they had to basically scrape my uterus with a long ice cream scoop to try and remove it.
Tubal is out of the question because the Dr won't do it at 23 yrs old. Sooooo I need some birth control options that are safe and lasts a while. Any good ones?
Bree61714, I often think of you. How are you doing? Well I see your asking about birth control choices/options so I guess I won't ask if you planned to try soon again.
I won't be doing any birth control and that's only cause I have bad side effects to medications so I'm opting out... Depo have me migraines everyday to every other day, gained almost 100lbs, high cholesterol, took 2 years for it to get out of my system, etc... pills have me migraines also... so I'm good...
I had the Copper T IUD for over 8 yrs and LOVE LOVE LOVED it... no pills, no remembering, no hormones, nothing! It was awesome! Then, I decided to get pregnant again and all I had to do was have my doc remove it and BAM - I was prego w/in 2 months! good luck finding anything else that great!
I had my daughter 4 weeks ago. I'm looking into longer term birth control options. My doctor suggested either Skyla (a new type IUD) and nexplanon (arm implant). I've read through both information packets, but I am still having a hard time deciding. Do any of you ladies have experience with these contraceptives? Good and bad please!
I need to get on a birth control pill to help with period symptoms. If I go to the doctor will they make me get an exam? Even if they give it to me will I have to go back 3 months later? I'm not sexually active and don't plan on being.
There's no way to tell you for certain how you will react. Many women gain weight and/or cup size, but it's also a listed side effect for some (depending on the prevalent hormone) that weight loss or cup size decrease are possible. Some people aren't affected at all. I was one of those lucky people who didn't get affected (I'm on Microgestin, the purple pack, which is both hormones). But I'll tell you, it's completely worth it. I initially started taking it to regulate my periods.
There is a chance you can be pregnant while using birth control but it's very, very slim as long as it didn't break, there were no holes, and it was used properly. I'm sure you'll be just fine! Don't stress over it, because that can delay your period. Maybe think about going to a free clinic and getting some pills or a different back up method of birth control as well as condoms so you don't have to worry, good luck!
Depo - gained 45 pounds in 3 months and didn't have my period for almost a year after I stopped taking it. Birth control pills - hard to remember but minimal side effects for me personally. Regular period. Mirena - terrible. No period for three years while I had it in. Cramps, bloating and discomfort everyday. It migrated into my uterus. Had to get surgery.
The birth control pill can have side effects that effect sex drive and wetness, so that might be the reason if you were easily able to orgasm prior to being on the pill. If you don't like the side effects from the pill, make a doctor's appointment to talk about other birth control options that can work better for you.
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