Provera is perfectly safe for use during pregnancy. Doctors use Provera to help prevent miscarriage in early pregnancy and it is usually taken until 12 weeks gestation, when it is stopped because the placenta has formed and the placenta produces enough progesterone to maintain the pregnancy. Years ago, before they had the modern monoclonic pregnancy tests, they used Provera as a pregnancy test. If you did not bleed, you were pregnant. If you bled, you were not pregnant. Provera will cause you to get your period if you have missed your period due to hormonal imbalance. Provera will also stop your bleeding if you have some dysfunctional uterine bleeding (twice a day for five days). During pregnancy, Provera does not cause bleeding. Provera definitely does NOT cause a miscarriage and is definitely used during pregnancy, expecially if you have a low progesterone level.
Yes they can cause severe liver damage taking oral steroids.
Depo Provera is an injectible contraceptive without estrogen. The birth control pill typically contains both estrogen and progestin, and is oral.
Taking too many birth control pills can cause nausea or breast tenderness. It does not cause abortion or infertility.
Can oral lichen planus leads to oral cancer?
Oral drug administration is taking medicine via the mouth.
If the oral is not treated it will spread & cause death.
yes it can stop it,but I have had a few bad times with it I would bleed like a stuck hog for at least 1 or 2 weeks after I take my 10pills but it was joy at the end because I stay off my period for 4 to6 months Lordy Lord I needed that break.
If you haven't been taking the oral contraceptives long or you haven't been taking them like you are supposed to or you didn't start taking them on time then you can have spotting or what seems like a normal flow.
No, amoxicillin will not decrease the effectiveness of the Depo-Provera to prevent an unintended pregnancy. Since the Depo-Provera shot bypasses the absorption phase in the gastrointestinal tract required by oral contraceptives, antibiotics such as amoxicillin will not interfere with the effectiveness of the Depo shot.
Yes it can delay the periods
Oral contraceptives may cause the gums to become tender and swollen or to bleed
"On the pill" is a phrase used to indicate someone is taking oral contraceptives.