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When to take minigynon?
Minigynon should be taken the exact day your menstrational cycle beginnings. The question i need to ask is, will one gain weight while using minigynon???
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Yes. The above mentioned tablets contains combined Estrogen and Progesterone contraceptive. If you go to your Doctor, she will give to 2 months course of these tablets to "Sup…press" ovulation and on third month, there are high chances of 'Rebound' ovulation and on day 14 of menses, you have an ovulation and if sexual contact is done from day 13 to day 15, there are high chances of pregnancy. This is most inexpensive method to treat infertility.
No, Minigynon is a combined oral contraceptive. It may be used to lighten heavy periods, control symptoms of endometriosis or as birth control (among other things), but it is …not going to increase fertility.
Can you start taking minigynon some days after your menstrual cycle and you haven't taken it before?
Yes, you can start the birth control pill at any time in your cycle, but you can't rely on it to prevent pregnancy until you've correctly taken seven pills in a row.
Minigynon is a form of birth control. It is an oral contraceptive that is used to prevent unwanted pregnancies. Side effects of Mingynon are similar to other birth control… pills such as bloating, sore or swollen breasts and weight gain.
The Body: In your body you have what are called opiate receptors. There is more than one kind, too (kappa receptor, mu receptor). Normally, your body makes chemi…cals called endorphines that bind to these receptors. It is this "binding" activity that makes the receptors give a physiological response, such as pain analgesia (absence of pain) or shallow breathing. In certain times of stress, your body will release extra endorphines, for example immediately after an injury or a particularly intense work out (runner's high, anyone?). When you take opiates, your body treats them as endorphines, and it is these receptors that they attach to. They generally cause a much more pronounced effect. The Drug: Not all opiates are created equal. Every opiate has what is referred to as a binding-affinity (how "hard" does the opiate try to bind to your receptors), a half-life (how long does it take your body to remove half of the drug from your system), and an "agonist" attribute. It is binding affinity and the agonist attribute that come into play for your question. Opiates can be either full-agonists, partial-agonists, or antagonists. Full-agonists bind to both types of opiate receptors, and cause powerful effects. They cause strong analgesia, shallow breathing, constipation, and itchiness. It is full-agonists that are most commonly prescribed for pain, and most commonly recreationally abused. They include oxycodone/Oxycontin (Percocet), morphine, heroin, fentanyl (Duragesic Patches), hydrocodone (Vicodin), hydromorphone, oxymorphone (Dilaudid), etc. Antagonists are opiates that bind to opiate receptors but do not cause the receptor to create a physical response. This in effect "blocks" that receptor from being activated by other opiates. Antagonists are used to bring someone out of an overdose (Narcan), or to stop an addict in treatment from being able to get high (Revia). Partial-agonists have traits of both full-agonists and antagonists. This is possible because of the fact that there are more than one kind of receptor in you. Partial-agonists may have a full-agonist effect on the mu-receptor, and an antagonist effect on the kappa-receptor. Buprenorphine (suboxone/subutex) falls into this category, and this is why it can eliminate withdrawal without making the user "high". So, what of binding-affinity? As I stated earlier, different opiates react with your receptors with more or less intensity. A high binding-affinity means that the drug molecule aggressively tries to bind to a receptor. If there are more than one opiate present, the one with the higher binding affinity will "win" and be the one that binds, even if the other is already on the receptor. The Answer: With this knowledge, you are ready to understand how Oxycontin and subutex will behave in your system if both are present. Buprenorphine has a higher binding affinity than oxy. This means that if there is already buprenorphine on your receptors, oxycodone/contin (also morphine or heroin, for that matter) will not be able to overcome it. You simply will not feel the drug or experience any effects from it. Frustrating, to say the least. But not the worst-case scenario, which I will describe now. Order is very important. Taking oxy after subutex is frustrating, as stated above. Taking subutex after oxy is agonizing. Again, binding-affinity. If you already have oxycodone on your receptors, when buprenorphine arrives, it will strip off the oxy and replace it, because it has a higher binding affinity. However, because it does not fully activate your receptors, you will experience intense withdrawal symptoms, known as Precipitated Withdrawal Syndrome. It is more intense than withdrawal that occurs from abstinence. Subutex has approximately a 72-hour half life. You will be able to feel oxy somewhat in 24 hours, more so in 48, and by 72 hours you will begin to experience the "full" effect again.
Yes, minigynon 30 is a birth control pill.
Yes you can because it does not have the same ingredient that Tylenol cold does, which acts as a stimulant. I asked my primary care doctor and he said NyQuil PM. is OK while p…rescribed Adderall, but Tylenol cold PM. is not OK.
yes, I have many times even during because of the headaches I experience while on the medication...
well the regellor time is 15 min Answers tend to indicate that few have ever attended "Boot Camp" where the protocol is somewhat different. From "Reveille" to marching formati…on for all hands is an exact 30 minutes. (Shower, shave, make your rack, dress, police your area, police the latrine, run a patch through the bore, put a final buff on the boots, align your laundry bag, do a final locker check, and be present and in position in the prescribed Uniform of the Day on the Parade Ground when the DI calls out Platoon, Attention). In this scenario your time in the shower can not exceed three blessed minutes.
If it is the 'mini-pill' it is fine to take whilst breastfeeding. The 'combined' pill will however affect you milk production.
is weight gain or loss a side effect of mingynon?
No. Never. Never believe that is true. It's not true. Whoever told you that is lying. There is no possible thing on Earth that could take your soul.
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