No, a vaginal suppository doesn't slow the flow of menstruation. Menstruation is the shedding of the uterus lining, nothing you put into your vaginal canal can effect this shedding process. There are medications that can effect your flow.
1.soil creep is a slow process where as mud flow is a sudden and fast process. 2.soil creep doesn't cause any disaster where as mud flow is disastrous.
Menstruation is an involuntary process. The rate of flow/bleeding is not influenced by what we do. Certain medications as well as stress may affect it.
it means she likes you she just does NT want to rush into anything and then find out a month later she made a mistake,so take it slow and take the chance to know each other
Skydive, or ride anything at an amusement park (except the slow train). Most doctors recommend against taking baths, as well.
No, eating flour cannot slow down your menstrual bleeding at all.There are medications that can help lighten menstrual bleeding, and over time dietary changes can reduce menstrual flow too. But there is nothing you can eat to 'slow down' your menstrual period.
Its antiprostaglandin effect serves to decrease menstrual bleeding.
drink lots of water it thins the blood
I'm sorry to say but no ibuprophen may help with cramps , but it thin's your blood making the blood flow heavier
Yes, coffee can slow down and lessen your menstrual flow - although not by that much, certainly it'snot the most effective method of reducing flow. Coffee is a vasoconstrictor, which basically means that it causes the blood vessels in the uterus to constrict which limits blood loss.
Normally the flow of water through a course grained material will be faster than through a fine grained material as the pore spaces between the grains tend to be larger.
Capillaries have slow flow. This slow speed maximizes opportunities of diffusion of oxygen, nutrients, and wastes.
The lymphatic system has no pump so the flow of lymph is slow. The contraction of surrounding muscles helps to make if flow.
yes it will temporarily slow your cycle, but a few minutes after you're down it would go back to its normal flow...the only time your cycle would stop is if you are taking a shower or bath...
No of course not.
The flow of lymph is slow because the lymphatic system has no pump.