I recently got on Nor-QD and I'm not sure how it exactly works, especially when it comes to my periods. Help?!
I'm used to not having periods every month, but since I have frequent migraines, the doctor had me take Nor-QD instead of other pills. I'm very nervous about taking it, and I dont know what to expect.
Asked by Darcy Lykken 3 months ago.
Nor-QD is chemical progestin. It does not help regulating MC but to stop period and prevent pregnancy. I do not suggest you to take it for stopping frequent headache. Theoretically, migraines are caused by blood vessel heavy activities. There are 2 reasons behind it- Brain contains 60% of fat. If you have high LDL (bad cholesterol), you have high chance to get migraines due to bad fats accumulating in the brain. In this case, you need a lot of good fats that are high in GLA (evening primrose oil) and ALA (flax oil). Second reason is auto-immune problems caused by low estrogen level. In this case, you need to eat phyto-estrogens foods - soy isflavanoids and lignans (in flax, get concentrated form with 1.5% lignans). Stop eating - deep fried foods, roasted nuts, sugar. All chemicals may relief symptoms for a short period of time but will create long term side effects. There is no such thing "no side effect" synthetic medicines. Answered by Major Scaturro 3 months ago.
Questions on understanding Nor-QD?
My doctor just started me on Nor-QD because that is ultimately the only birth control that I can be on now. (Process of elimanation! I have migraines with aura so birth control with estrogen increases my chances of a stroke and therefore the combo pill, patch, and ring are all out. Depo shot killed my sex drive,...
Asked by Eugene Mikesell 3 months ago.
My doctor just started me on Nor-QD because that is ultimately the only birth control that I can be on now. (Process of elimanation! I have migraines with aura so birth control with estrogen increases my chances of a stroke and therefore the combo pill, patch, and ring are all out. Depo shot killed my sex drive, which was a birth control all on it's own X(.. and since I've never had kids before, the IUD was unsucessful) Ok back on topic. :) The leaflet tells me : "Start the next pack the day after the last pack is finished. There is no break between packs" SOOO. When do I get my period? Do I get it while I am taking my pills? Do I get it at the end of the 3 packs? If so, am I suppose to wait the traditional 7 days before I start taking the new 3 month pack? I would have asked my doctor but she rushed me out of the office..and she is suppose to call me this afternoon but she has never called me before so I'm turning to you guys :) Please help oh wise Yahoo Answer community members :) Answered by Dong Fago 3 months ago.
As directed on the package of Nor-QD, you have to start taking the pills from the very first day of your periods. And you have to take it for 21 days straight without any gap. Then you have to stop it for 5 says, and then similarly resume the cycle. Answered by Rosalyn Quent 3 months ago.
Mini pill/ Nor-QD Pill?
So I would be able to start it tomorrow morning?
Asked by Shantay Jeon 3 months ago.
So I had my son on August 17th, and a month later my husband deployed to Afghanistan. So I haven't been on the pill. He is suppose to come home in a couple months for R&R.. and I really need to start the pill. When I left the hospital, the doctor put me on the Mini pill/ Nor-QD and I just never took it because I had no reason to. So now that I want to start it and my doctor told me to just use what I haven't used yet, I want to know if the period is the end of the packet deal of pills, like week 4, or what? I'm so confused, and I want to be able to time it so that my period won't be the last part of March/ first of April. Any advice would help. Thank you. Answered by Minerva Spielman 3 months ago.
The mini pill I take does not have an 'off week' like the normal pill. I do not get periods on it either so I love it. So just start taking it. Not sure if they are all the same. You can only take the mini pill if still breast feeding. If not, take regular pill Answered by Natacha Lofts 3 months ago.
How lots college do you have left? What are you making plans on doing as quickly as the toddler is born; putting it in daycare? the factor of having a graduate degree is to have a efficient profession, and if relatives is your extensive form one priority, possibly you may re-evaluate your existence and choose what's maximum extreme to you? i'm no longer suggesting you quit college; needless to say it particularly is taken into consideration necessary you to boot and you have worked very demanding to get the place you're. It basically feels like slightly of a waste to get a fancy degree and then have a newborn acceptable away. possibly you may get an IUD which would be bumped off everytime you're waiting? i do no longer think of they're that undesirable, and that would probable help with the moods, yet i'm uncertain if it might save the painful sessions away. Answered by Homer Wagle 3 months ago.
Anyone taken or taking the Nor-QD "mini pill" birth control pill?
Have you or are you taking Nor-QD? It's progestin only (no estrogen) which I read online is suppose to be slightly less effective than progestin-estrogen combined pills, but my doctor told me I can only take progestin-only birth control because I get migrains with aura.Anyway, for those who have taken it or...
Asked by Edward Synnott 3 months ago.
Have you or are you taking Nor-QD? It's progestin only (no estrogen) which I read online is suppose to be slightly less effective than progestin-estrogen combined pills, but my doctor told me I can only take progestin-only birth control because I get migrains with aura. Anyway, for those who have taken it or are taking it, would you say it's effective? Any side effects you've experienced? esp weight gain at all? Answered by Leeanne Elke 3 months ago.
Errin birth control vs Nora-BE/Nor-QD/Micronor?
I'm currently on Errin but I've had problems with it from the start. I bleed(never know when I have a period) every other week for an entire week which is insanely annoying. I've now started losing hair constantly. It's not handfuls, but I find strands of my hair all over me, my baby, my husband,...
Asked by Kimber Kaniecki 3 months ago.
I'm currently on Errin but I've had problems with it from the start. I bleed(never know when I have a period) every other week for an entire week which is insanely annoying. I've now started losing hair constantly. It's not handfuls, but I find strands of my hair all over me, my baby, my husband, and everything else. I was wondering if even though they are all progestrone-only pills(I'm breastfeeding) if the different brands are different from person to person? Answered by Yolonda Bohn 3 months ago.
Tell your doctor and he'll prescribe another type of pill for you. How it work has nothing to do with brand name but the hormone variances they contain. It all depends on your body chemistry. Answered by Issac Goehl 3 months ago.
Nor Qd Birth Control Answered by Elvie Cardonia 3 months ago.
I am taking Nor QD Mini Pills after the birth of my first child...?
I have experience spotting and completely irregular bleeding the entire time I have been on them (after the post birth bleeding, I mean). I havent really been bothered by it per se, it's just strange. I have noticed that the last row (4th week) is the same yellow color as all the other weeks. Normally, this...
Asked by Minh Devoid 3 months ago.
I have experience spotting and completely irregular bleeding the entire time I have been on them (after the post birth bleeding, I mean). I havent really been bothered by it per se, it's just strange. I have noticed that the last row (4th week) is the same yellow color as all the other weeks. Normally, this would be the week that I have my period...(from experience with other bc pills). It's only Friday before the "off week" and I am already bleeding like a normal period. This makes no sense. Any similar experiences with such strange bleeding? Answered by Veola Calija 3 months ago.
I had baaaad luck on the mini pill- I never got my period right, constant spotting and I got pregnant anyway. I would suggest condoms until you stop breastfeeding. Answered by Teodoro Soltis 3 months ago.
Does the mini pill (Nor-QD" help decrease cramps, make periods lighter and help reduce spot bleeding?
My doctor prescribed the mini pill to help with my symptoms. I also get some anxiety around my period so I am hoping the mini pill will help eleviate that too. I have taken Ortho tri cyclen before and the Nuvaring but those caused headaches, particularly during the sugar pill or period phase. I'm 45 and near...
Asked by Mamie Szumiesz 3 months ago.
My doctor prescribed the mini pill to help with my symptoms. I also get some anxiety around my period so I am hoping the mini pill will help eleviate that too. I have taken Ortho tri cyclen before and the Nuvaring but those caused headaches, particularly during the sugar pill or period phase. I'm 45 and near menopause (runs early in my family). I get spot bleeding a week before my period with slight cramps and then heavy bleeding and bad cramping for two to three days. I also experience PMS symptoms - feeling angry and then weepy. I'm really hoping the mini pill or some pill out there can help me. I'm frustrated because no one can seem to tell me how my body will react to these birth control methods. All the doctors say is: try it. It could improve things or make them worse. I feel like a guinea pig! Answered by Shanda Bent 3 months ago.
I would try it and see if it helps. If not, change to a woman doctor, they seem to be more sensitive to our problems. Good luck. Answered by Jasmine Most 3 months ago.
You just need to take a pregnancy test. Your period could be effected by MANY things like stress, exercise, eating habits, not getting enough sleep…. Almost everything can effect your cycle, or it could be nothing at all… the majority of women don’t have normal periods. The best thing to do though is just take a test, although you may have not had sex to where the dates match up, it is better to just make sure. Answered by Carmelo Teranishi 3 months ago.
Can i be pregnant on POPS (Nor-QD) ?
I have been taking my birth control religiously and did not recieve my mentral cycle at the end of the month. I am 3 days into the next month of pills. I also just had a child 4 months ago. Is it possible that I just skipped a month or is a norethindrone only tablet not as effective as others. I had to opt for...
Asked by Zandra Blaydes 3 months ago.
I have been taking my birth control religiously and did not recieve my mentral cycle at the end of the month. I am 3 days into the next month of pills. I also just had a child 4 months ago. Is it possible that I just skipped a month or is a norethindrone only tablet not as effective as others. I had to opt for this due to nursing. Answered by Mathew Fensel 3 months ago.
Rule of thumb: Miss a period? Think you're pregnant? Take a pregnancy test. Answered by Virgilio Matherly 3 months ago.
I'm taking the b.c pill called nor-qd I had a period 2 days after I started it then like a week later I had ?
Dark blood in my underwear and haven't had a period since. I'm breastfeeding could that cause it?
Asked by Candi Nardini 3 months ago.
Talk to your OB/GYN. Most birth control is not appropriate to take during breastfeeding or pregnancy. In general while taking birth control spotting and irregularity can happen while your body is getting used to the pill, especially if you don't take it consistently every day. Answered by Margarete Babat 3 months ago.
If your pregnant, dont take birth control its too prevent a baby, it can cause birth defects or can be fatal too your baby your pregnant with now Answered by Britni Votraw 3 months ago.
I want information on a certain birth control pill. Its called Nor-QD (norethindrone) USP 0.35 mg.?
I'm taking this pill & im on my 3rd month of packs. I just started this pack. I was "suppose" to get my period last week & as i was spotting to get it i have sexually activity with my boyfriend & then i havent seen it yet. I just want to know how acurate this pill is.
Asked by Maud Novara 3 months ago.
NorQD is a progesterone only contraceptive pill, also known as the "Mini-Pill". It is usually prescribed for women who want a birth control method while breast feeding. These pills are taken continuously with no gaps in between packs. You may have irregular bleeding in the first few months of starting, but things should settle into a regular pattern over time. The way the progesterone only pill works is that it thins out the lining of the uterus, and thickens mucus, theoretically preventing a fertilized egg from implanting. No birth control method is 100% effective, except for something called Implanon, that is not yet available, but should be later on this year. It was found to be 100% effective in clinical trials. It is an implant inserted into your upper arm (it is only a single matchsticklike implant) and is good for up to 3 years. Answered by Beata Koenecke 3 months ago.
of course! Why does no longer you be waiting to? start administration is composed of hormones- the precise same hormones (estrogen and progesterone) that your physique produces. there is definitely no longer something incorrect with taking drugs to help you take care of soreness, except your particular sort of Christianity believes there is something sinful approximately soreness alleviation (or that era soreness is, like, a punishment for all women by using Eve's movements on the autumn . . . i assume there could desire to be some sects available that have self assurance that). the undeniable fact that start administration could be utilized in purposes that some human beings experience is sinful (premarital or extramarital intercourse, as an occasion) would not propose that using it for medical purposes is incorrect, any further than taking Vicodin for valid soreness could be sinful basically because of the fact some human beings abuse it as a entertainment drug. And unquestionably, if each and all of us judges you, screw them. the only one you could desire to sq. issues away with is your God, and that i can not think of a benevolent deity being offended at you for using the appropriate approach to help with an unlucky organic and organic subject. desire that enables. Answered by Julieta Timi 3 months ago.
see this web site its a .pdf file need adobe reader its free download it you don't have Answered by Carley Army 3 months ago.