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... As for birth control pills being the only option....It is not as bad as you think. ... (12 replies)
... LOL, well thank you for enlightening me. Know I know that all Birth Controls contain synthetic progesterone. I always wondered what made BC different from just taking Estrogen...ha ha. ... (7 replies)
Aug 5, 2002
... First of all, there ar a lot of birth control pills out there. So maybe switching might help. ... (4 replies)

... used to help reduce water retention in addition to helping control high blood pressure. Recently it has been used to treat acne and excess hair growth in women. ... (15 replies)
... Thanks Sweetjade. I only get high blood pressure when on birth control pills. ... (7 replies)
... The doctor told me that I'm allergic to progesterone. It gives me high blood pressure, and therefore I'm allergic to all birth control pills. I'll go talk to my doctor about spiro, but they tend to be fairly useless when it comes to hormonal problems... ... (7 replies)
... encourage healthy skin cell turnover, yet that doesn't help us get to the DEEPER source of our problems. If using the above allows you to control your acne problem then you can stop reading now. ... (97 replies)
... Due to no sex drive and other stressors I stopped taking birth control pills in July 2005. I opt to monitor my own cycles and provide contraception for my relationship through natural family planning. ... (12 replies)
Polysystic ovaries
Sep 15, 2003
... Yup, the majority of women that take Spironolactone take it with a BC, because it COULD throw off your cycles. ... (22 replies)
... the opportunity to reap the rewards. This drug can be used by both men and women since it's actually a diuretic, used in the the treatment of heart disease, high blood pressure, and has been used to treat hormonal acne for over 20 years. ... (24 replies)
... s, vision, wieght, menstrual, pain, IBS, constipation, headaches, fatigue, etc. You want to find out if your family has Diabetes, or Cancer, High Cholestorol or Blood Pressure, Arthritis, etc. I personally feel that if you have any questions for your doctor you should also write those down. ... (4 replies)
... Granted you can take supplements, or Birth controls, any prescription really, just as long as it works and you won't experience any negative side effects. ... (21 replies)
... I am NOT a Diabetic Type I or II. I do not have high cholesterol levels or high blood pressure. I am not obese, but actually underweight. Basically I don't fit the Mold, but yes, these treatments, some MUCH more than others, have worked for me. ... (31 replies)
... For the tests, I know that I will receive a numerical value of measurement I got for test for the test and a numerical value indicating what is considered normal. I will be able to see what imbalance I have. As you said, for treating men, it is a bit tricky because the doctor doesn’t want to cut off their “maleness”. Here is the most popular treatments you listed for... (8 replies)

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