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Does the vaginal ring help regulate your period?

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2010-03-24 19:54:31
2010-03-24 19:54:31

yes because it works like the pill. you take it out for seven days and in that seven days you get your piriod

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There are no known drug interactions between Nuva Ring and metronidazole vaginal gel.

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If you have vaginal bleeding with Nuva Ring in place, continue using the ring as scheduled. You can use your usual menstrual products (tampons or pads) with NuvaRing in place.

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The brand name of the vaginal ring for birth control is NuvaRing.

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Like other female birth control delivery systems, the vaginal ring slowly releases either synthetic estrogen or more likely estrogen and progesterone.

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Your vaginal bleeding doesn't matter. You are not protected against pregnancy if the Nuva Ring was out for more than seven days. If you used it correctly during the previous three weeks, you have the same protection against pregnancy during the seven days the ring is out.

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"Loop?" It's called the vaginal ring.

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Yes. If it's your first cycle of Nuva Ring, be sure to use a backup birth control method, like condoms or abstincence from vaginal sex, for the first seven days. If you've been using it before, take a pregnancy test, and, if negative, insert the next ring.

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It's normal to have Nuva Ring in during at least some days of vaginal bleeding. So, what will happen is you will reduce your risk of pregnancy. You can still use a tampon or pad, according to your preference, without needing to remove the ring. Remove the ring according to the schedule, and put in a new one according to schedule, regardless of bleeding.

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There are no known drug interactions between vaginal antifungal medications and Nuva Ring, or between fluconazole (Difclucan) and Nuva Ring.

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It may. If you take it out early, be sure to use a back up method of birth control, like condoms or abstinence from vaginal sex.

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No, but it can cause spotting. In the first three months, you may have irregular spotting or bleeding. It's less common on Nuva Ring than on the pill, but it can occur. After the three month "breaking in" period, you should see more regular periods and lighter flow. If you have a problem in which you haven't had a period for some time, then Nuva Ring may help bring on withdrawal bleeding at the end of the three week "ring in" period. Whatever bleeding you have, just keep using the ring on the schedule on your calendar, regardless of bleeding.

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No. You have the Ring in place for three weeks then take it out for one week. During the week it's out, you have your period. Then you put a new Ring in after the forth week.

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Yes, the next period typically comes in 4-6 weeks if your period was regular prior to using Nuva Ring. If your period was irregular before Nuva Ring, it is likely to return to its prior irregular habit.

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Not necessarily. You can start your first ring with or without your period. If you start without your period, you should use a backup method, like condoms or abstinence from vaginal sex, for the first seven days. After that first month, you should put in the NuvaRing right on schedule, whether you're bleeding or not. For a large proportion of Nuva Ring users, that means inserting the next month's ring while you're still bleeding. It's not unusual to have breakthrough bleeding during the first few months of use.

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How you act when your on your period .....

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Yes, except that you need to use a back up birth control method, like condoms or abstinence from vaginal sex, for the first 7 days after inserting the new ring.

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During the "ring out" week, your period may not come until five or six days after you take the ring out. Take a pregnancy test if you made any mistakes in use in the prior three weeks. Otherwise, continue to use it according to the schedule on the calendar, regardless of any bleeding. Starting it midcycle is probably more likely to result in delayed bleeding than starting with your period, but either way of starting is fine, as long as you use appropriate back up contraception (like condoms or abstinence from vaginal sex) during the first week of that first cycle.

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Yes, that happens sometimes with Nuva Ring.

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While some women feel some vaginal or urethral irritation if the Nuva Ring presses against the front of the vagina, taking out the Nuva Ring would not be expected to cause painful urination.

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If you use the ring as directed during the previous three weeks, you still have the normal level of protection from pregnancy during the one week "ring out" period.

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Of course it is a possibility..but I wouldn't worry about it yet. I am currently using the Nuva Ring....when I take it out on Sunday I do not get my period until Wednesday and it is finished by Saturday. That is some of the perks to the Nuva Ring is that your period is light and short.

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..........you should probably see a doctor.........for both a check up and psyc eval.


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