So my hair was short and it grew real quick..what i did was braid it before i go to bed..every night...my husbands mom is a hair dresser so she told me not to wash it everyday..u need your natural oils in your hair..wash it maybe once every 3 or 4 days..keep it braided for those 3 or 4 days if u want it to grow quicker...so wash every 3 or 4 days..and keep it braided..even if its just one braid....oh and yes of course trim it they told me to trim it every 3 months...but whatever u feel..
Take more protein content food it will help you to get early.
Getting a light trim every 3 weeks or so will help your hair grow. It stimulates your hair shaft and root, helping it to grow and I 100% agree with the protein comment above. Protein shakes that you can purchase at health food or vitamin stores that contain 50mg of protein per shake will help. things like Slim Fast do not contain enough protein.
*********Get your hair trimmed regularly but less frequently than 3 weeks. human hair grows about an average of 1cm per month. cut it every 3 weeks and you will be chopping off your new growth and maintaining its short length. trimming your hair does not stimulate your hair shaft and root but it will prevent it from splitting the shaft and thus breaking off. make sure your hairdresser knows exactly how much hair you want trimmed off. you would be surprised how many overestimate the actual size of half an inch. remember that hairdressers are in the business of haircutting and want you to keep coming back. eventually your hair will be so long you can trim it yourself and save a lot of money. keep roots healthy with gentle scalp massage, eat a healthy diet and get good exercise and you should have no problem going from pageboy to princess.**********
Another thing to do is to use hair extensions. These are a quick fix but if you want to do it naturally just keep your hair in good condition. Cut off dead ends and just be patient.
Actually hair grows 1 inch a month for 4 years the takes a 2 month break, sheds dead hair and picks up growing again. This is the average though, it really depends on the person. Definitely eat more protein and I find that switching between straightening your hair and curling it seems to make it grow faster. I'm not sure if it just seems to work, or if you changing up the way your hair goes causes it to grow. Like straighten it once every other day for a month, curl every other day for a month, leave it go natural for a month, then start over. Also I recently started exercising every night before bed for prom time, and that's also when I started switching up my hair style, so maybe a combination of the exercising and hairstyle switch ups work best, also don't forget that protein. One last thing. Do not get your hair cut regularly! This really doesn't work at all, so unless you have bad split ends just let it go until you get the length you want, then get whatever kind of layers you want.
the answer above is RIDICULOUS !!!!!!!!!! how can curling or straightening your hair make it longer...you are applying 230 degrees to your hair it basically burnt, it isn't so bad when you use heat protectors tho ;) that's what i do :P x
Hair is not alive, its keratin. The best way to grow waist length hair is not not cut it. Split ends are a pain but consider getting one drastic haircut before you grow it out. Diet and exercise go hand and hand, also try to keep hair healthy, you do not need to condition your hair every time you wash it. Try a deep condition once a week. Try not to straighten hair either and if it is necessary use a heat protector.
Try to use non-sulfate shampoo like coconut oil and leimo bio cleansing shampoo or else natural sachet shampoo / variant bottle sunsilk. They can help to grow your hair super fast than normal without using the hair growing shampoo. If you want to add some for shiny and silky hair then use creamsilk conditioner. that's it! very simple.. www.leimo.biz
It is better to end taking the pills early, than to begin taking the pills late. Continue taking the pills regularly, but use extra potection while having sex.
In short, it depends which type of birth control pill you are using. If you're taking combination pills, it will start their effect after seven days of use.
if you stop taking your birth control pills at any time through out your cycle, you will bring on your period. * if you miss a day this can also bring on a short period* some pills take a few months (avg is 3months) for your menstrual cycle to become accustomed to forced change. This can result in irregular periods and spotting (short light periods). After 3 months your cycle should have adjusted. If you are bleeding after this much time in mid cycle (according to yr pills) without missing pills contact your doctor. the hormonal dose of the particular pills you are on may not be working with your body.
No, you can change birth control pills and cut the pill-free or placebo week short at the time time without any decrease in effectiveness.
can you breastfeed and take diet pills! The short answer- NO WAY
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Yes, this is a way women have been avoiding having periods at inconvenient times for several years (during vacation, honeymoon, holidays) and was the reason drug companies started marketing pills intended to stop monthly period all together - or having short quarterly periods. There is no medical reason for women to have a monthly period and in fact the bleeding during the week you take placebo pills is not a period at all - it is withdrawal bleeding caused by hormonal drop when you stop taking active pills.
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You can be a janitor for an air base. I am sorry to be sarcastic about it, but in short you should really take the tests.
No, the pills used to delay a period are slightly different. Take her to the doctor and explain why she wants them. Also it will mean you are short of pills, NOT a good idea.
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The I-pill is used a contraceptive after having unprotected sex. You can take the I-pill up to 5 days after sex. It is not necessary to take the I-pill more than once. In fact taking the I-pill more than once in a short period of time can have some dangerous consequences.
Most women do well on a wide variety of pills, and won't notice any change from taking a different pill. If you have any complaints about the new pill, contact your health care provider for advice. With so many pills in short supply due to manufacturing shortages, many women are finding it necessary to change pills. In our area, Lo Ovral, Lo-Ogestrel, Next Choice, and Plan B are out of stock in a number of pharmacies.
Not if it is prescribed by a physician for short stature. If you are taking it to bulk up without medical supervision it can be extremely dangerous as you do not know the source, it is also illegal.
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I woudn't do it if I were you, the effect can lead to short term amnesia.
You should not take a "couple weeks" unless you start a period and start taking the Pill again as if the first time. There is no medical need to take a break from BCP, if you decide to anyway be sure you use a very effective form of back up so the short break doesn't turn in to an oops baby!
It depends on what is called the half-life of the drug. Short half-life sleeping pills can be metabolized as quickly as 24 hours. Long half-life sleeping pills can take several days to be eliminated.
Don't worry. There are usually no well-documented side effects to the child whose mother took modern birth control pills for a short period of time until she discovered she was indeed pregnant. The levels of hormones in modern birth control pills are many times less what they were when originally introduced in the 1960s. Most women today take low-dose or "tricyclic" pills, all of which have fairly low level hormones. However, if you think you might be pregnant, take a pregnancy test or consult your physician as soon as possible. There is always a slight risk of taking any medication when pregnant. Consult your physician if you need more peace of mind.
A child who takes three birth control pills may have some nausea, but no other short-term or long-term ill effects.
Tough question with so little information. The short answer is that if you do it right, you will be okay. (Probably.) If you just stop taking the pill and start a new pack after your period, you should be okay. But if you try to use the half-used pack it could cause you problems. Are you on a tricyclic birth control? (You can tell by the color of the pills.) Tricyclic birth control pills are different colors for each week. Monophase pills are one color. If you are on a tricyclic pill, you can not start taking the pack after the your period and expect to be protected from pregnancy. You will have to throw the pack away and start a new one. If it is a monophase, (pills are one color except placebo pills) the pills are still good, and you could finish the pack after your period, but you might just want to throw it away to keep you from getting confused. If you were to use the half empty pack, you would have to keep close track of things since you would be off the schedual set by the pack and have to start a new pack half way through.
Nine months. There is a chance that you can get pregnant from not taking your dose at around the same time each day (2-4 hours outside of when you usually take it.) If you have not taken your contraceptive pill for two-three consecutive days, you are unprotected. At two weeks, consider yourself completely unprotected.
There is a pill for that but only effective immediately after for a short time-search "morning after pill"
Keep taking the birth control pill without the usual interruption or keep exercising hard. Hard exercises make the menstruation stops. Ask the athletes.