From everything I read it can not stop a period BUT a kidney or other Urinary tract infection can cause a late or missed period.
A bladder infection would probably not stop a period. If you ARE pregnant a bladder infection could cause you to miscarry. A bladder infection should be treated as it can backtrack to the kidneys so go to the doctor about the infection and tell him/her that you have missed your period.
Yes, a vaginal infection can stop your period. This is because the PH balance can get messed up and stop the entire menstrual cycle.
Uterus infections can stop your period until you get rid of the infection. You should seek advice from your physician if you think you have an infection.
No it will not.
It is not likely that a period can clear a yeast infection. A yeast infection, however, can clear up on its own without treatment. Recurrence is not uncommon.
BV won't cause period to stop for 5 months.
to stop cramping use some aleve, for bleeding just wear tampons or pads, you cant stop it unless you get surgery, buts thats 5,00 on that!
Bleeding gums is almost always due to bad mouth hygiene. Not properly brushing your gums over a longer period can cause infection. Brushing your infected gums can cause them to bleed. By regularly brushing your gums, you can prevent infection, and bleeding
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.
Stress and illness can cause a delay in periods but if you are more than a week late (and sexually active) you may want to take a pregnancy test.
To stop cramping in the ribs it is important to first find out why there is cramping. The ribs are tender and can crack or shift easily. It is best to seek medical help for this reason.
it will stop it for like two days or so. Cramping can also occur by this, but meds can take the cramps away.
No, a urinary tract infection will not cause menstruation to stop. Menstruation is controlled by your menstrual cycle and the hormones related to your reproductive organs. A urinary tract infection has absolutely nothing to do with your reproductive organs or menstrual cycle.
Consult your doctor immediately if your pain is constant and non-stop. This may not be the beginning or end of a period.
having a baby
Antibiotics as a treatment for a tooth infection is only a temporary solution. As soon as you stop taking the antibiotic, the infection is likely to return. This because antibiotics do not treat the cause of the infection (decay or gum disease). The cause of the infection needs to be addressed with definitive treatment.
Hi, Yes birth control will cause your period to stop within 48 hours.
Yes, the birth control implant can cause your period to stop while you're using it.
I've never heard it stops it but it might make it be late.
Hi, Yes it can definitely cause a late period.
There is no " medication " that can start or stop your period. It will come at the right time and you just have to be patient. Some symptoms that means your period is coming include discharge, cramping, and headaches. Be sure to have pads/ tampons around when these symptoms occur. Hope this helps!
Yes. Cramping during early pregnancy comes and goes.