In my experience the answer to this question is no. If someone is having trouble with bladder control it may be something else, like a urinary tract infection or something more serious. I would advise anyone with this problem to speak with a doctor.
while being high, can marijuana make you loose control?
The answer to this is no. I had a bladder infection while I was on holiday last year, even though I was on my period, the infection still remains and will not go away unless you take antibiotics which will be prescribed by your GP.
If you get your period while on birth control, you should continue using your birth control as scheduled. Bleeding does not change the schedule for taking your pill or changing your patch or ring.
Imipramine is an antidepressant sometimes prescribed to people who have bladder control problems due to stress or enuresis. This medication allows the bladder muscles to relax, reducing the frequent urge to urinate. While effective at treating certain types of bladder control issues, Imipramine has a few serious side effects such as rapid heartbeat and low blood pressure.
If you don't bleed, you don't have a period. You can't have a period and not bleed.
While I pills? Are you asking if you can take birth control while having your period? It is pointless but will not harm you.
You may or may not loose control and have a wreck. If you do not panic you will be ok.
Nope!!!! If you mean having sex while she is not on birth control pills. she WILL get pregnet. If she is having her period and she is not on pills and you have sex with her, she is gonna get pregnet.
Yes, it is possible for your period to be late or stop completely from any hormonal birth control.
If you get your period while wearing the birth control patch, continue using the patch as scheduled. If this becomes a problematic pattern for you, contact your health care provider.
Stress is not likely to affect your period when you're on hormonal birth control, as the medication "takes control" of the hormones that affect your period with stress.
Birth control is not a 100% way to stop pregnancy and your period makes those chances even worse.