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... Cyclen Lo. It has been proven safe for use in women over 40 as long as you do not smoke or have heart problems. From what I've read, it really helps women during "the change". i.e. ... (4 replies)
... Is it OK to take birth control pills to regulate your periods if you are over 40? ... (1 replies)
... gained various amounts of weight over the years. Because of this, I really didn't notice if I gained weight right when I started the pill, but anyway...So over the past four months or so, I've really been trying to get my butt in gear to drop some pounds. Visiting the gym almost every day... ... (1 replies)

... what happens if I stop the birth control after 10 days in regards to ovarian cysts? ... (0 replies)
... and on birth control pills. I am in good health, I do not smoke or drink. So I do not think I am high risk. Plus she only wrote out 6 month prescription for the pill. ... (4 replies)
... regnant. This is due to hormonal changes. Anytime you start a B.C. you should give your body 3 months to 'get used' to the hormones and balance out. There are over 40 kinds of B.C. pills, i'd switch until i find one that does work. They all vary in what hormones and what level. Make sure that you are trying a B.C. ... (5 replies)
... Since hormonal forms of birth control are contraindicated in smokers, all I can think of for you is the diaphragm, sterilization, natural family planning, and withdrawal. ... (4 replies)
... What is out there for BC other than condoms and spermicides for smokers over 40 ? ... (4 replies)
... For those of us over 40, heres the problem. Lets take smoking out of it. Can someone tell me what the risks are if we don't take the birth control pill and what the risks are if we take a "low dosage" birth control pill. ... (12 replies)
... Okay, but what if women have had their tubes tied and they arw on it just so they won't have a period? Which is more risky, to be on a low dose pill or none at all? (Remember, these are women over the age of 40 and have not hit menopause yet) (12 replies)
... I was on Ortho tri-cyclen for a year and it worked well for me. It cleared up my skin, regulated my periods and I didn't have period cramping or PMS. I had occasional headaches which is the reason I changed my prescription. Now I'm on Ortho Tri-Cyclen Lo... which is just a lower dose of hormones than regular Ortho Tri-Cyclen. Mine cost $25 a month but was covered partially... (7 replies)
... and she is worried that my birth control could be causing it. I have been monitoring my blood pressure all week and though it has come down a little it is still pretty high. ... (3 replies)
Nov 19, 2010
... I had surgery a year and a half ago to remove my entire left ovary and tube. The gyne also gave me the option of "tying" my remaining tube for permanent birth control but you wanna know something ? ... (1 replies)
... ople in my family as well as from my boyfriend on this issue. They all agree with me that I should not have kids. That said, I am currently on Lo Ogestrel, the birth control pill, so that I won't get pregnant. I like how it helps to prevent certain kinds of cancers as well. ... (11 replies)
... Well that is a very serious choice to make and you really need to get alot of input from the people in your life that really matter to you I think. Because in the long term a decision to end and chance of having kids will probably not be as life altering now as it will in the sometime in the future. I would say that if you are for instance over 40 and have had a fulfilling... (11 replies)
... flopped back and forth over the Depo shot. ... (5 replies)
... nd. I have extremely heavy periods and my doctor and me are "experimenting" to find the best thing that can help me out. I have 3 boys, and DH had a vasectomy so birth control is not really the issue. It's strickly to help me with my period situation. ... (2 replies)
... In danger of opening a can of worms but why would it not be good to be on hormonal birth control if you're over 40? ... (6 replies)
... and don't want to deal with your period during that time. But you can develop a crapload of problems if you completely stop your period all together. And being over 40, you can't afford to have those kinds of health problems. You probably shouldn't be on hormonal birth control anymore at your age, anyway. ... (6 replies)
... Hello everyone. I feel so relieved to have found this website. I loved Yasmin while I was on it. I was on it for a little over 1 yr. I didn't gain any wait or have any side effects. Life was great. About 7 months ago my husband and I decided to go off birth control and try to conceive. ... (33 replies)

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