Can you get rid of period cramps without using pills?
I have a good way that works really well and cheap. When I have bad cramps, I drink a cup of hot water with PLENTY OF BROWN SUGAR added in it. It works well, tastes sweet, and it doesn't have the side affects of pills and medicine. And dark brown sugar works the best.
Try a heating pad (if you don't have one, they are only about $15 at your drug store) and have someone rub your stomach. It feels better when someone else does it. For me, having my husband rub my lower back feels so great. Avoid caffiene too.
taking hot baths works great for muscles to relax and stop contracting. (Although you probably shouldn't take a bath while on your period)
I get bad ones. what i do is stretch. Stretching and exercising is prob the best thing. Also hot drinks like hot chocolate, cofee, tea or maybe soup. I Run with the dog for about twenty minutes whenever i have period then mum always asks me for hot chocolate if she knows if i have my period.
Lay on a heating pad, take two Motrin, and drink some herbal tea. It always helps me. If you don't want to take the Motrin then you don't have to. Also taking a warm shower or bath helps a lot.
Is it unsafe to start a new pack of birth control pills right after the previous one to prevent your period?
Is it possible to have period cramps and no period and be pregnant if you are 2 days late for your period and have mild cramps?
Two days late is nothing and I doubt that you are pregnant. What you describe is PMS and the cramps often come before a period as well as during a period. Stay off of sugars, caffeine, and take B6 to help yourself. When the cramps start using a heating pad to help yourself. When you are a month late for a period take a test.
Some women experience severe cramps with their period. These can be alleviated by using Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs such as Advil or Alleve. Relief can also be obtained by starting birth control pills, this is probably the most effective, it generally makes the periods much lighter and stops the cramps. Some women find that aerobic exercise, running/swimming help minimise cramps,and I once read that avoiding citrus fruit for a few days before your period helps too…
Yes, this is completely normal. Although menstrual cramps are common - up to 80% of women will experience them at some point in their lives - menstrual cramps are not a normal part of healthy menstruation, as such it's normal not to experience menstrual cramps. As a note most women who do suffer menstrual cramps can prevent them by making simple changes to their diet, changing their attitude around menstruation, and using herbal treatments.
Placebo pills have no effect on your period at all. A placebo itself is nothing more then a sugar pill, it contains absolutely NO medication of any kind. In a birth control pack the placebo pills are used strictly to keep you in the routine of taking the pill everyday. Answer No. Placebo pills have no effect on your cycle at all - they are simply a reminder to you to keep taking a pill…
Most likely not. BCP taken daily for a full cycle will cause a woman to have lighter bleeding because she is not actually having a period. The monthly bleeding while using the Pill is withdrawal bleeding, caused by less hormones during the 4 to 7 days she is not taking active pills. Taking BCP occasionally or just during menstruation is not going to cause a lighter period and it may cause spotting throughout the rest…
Menstrual cramps are common but they are not normal - most people can prevent menstrual cramps with lifestyle changes, but if severe you should talk to your doctor about finding the cause. Tampons can increase menstrual cramps as they can expand into the cervix. You may be better using menstrual cups, softcups, or pads if you find tampons increase your menstrual cramps.
Can you get pregnant if your on birth control pills but the man ejulates in you the week of your period?
Im 6 days late first month of not takin the pill im getting cramps but no period this is my first really late period?
hello, if i read correctly, it's the first month you stopped using the pill, and your 6 days late with your period. Well, possibilities are is that your body was very used to taking the pill, so it's used to the routine of you taking the pill, and getting your period whenever uour supposed to get it. It may also be because when taking the pill, your period lasts a few days shorter than the…
If using birth control pills to regulate your period in order to get pregnant how will they help you to get pregnant?
If you are using birth control pills they will keep you from getting pregnant until you are off of them but even if you didn't take them you would still be able to get pregnant they are just to help you have a regulated period Birth Controls pills are 99% effective in preventing pregnancy and should not be taken if pregnant, or trying to get pregnant. For other options it's best to consult your doctor.