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I’ve been having headaches/migraines for about 10 years(26 years old now). The frequency of them vary from anywhere between once every few months to twice a week. I’ve gone to several doctors and neurologists and have tried all sorts of migraine medications with not much success. I have not had any tests run such as an MRI or CATSCAN. I have kept a journal to try to find what may trigger these: food, lack of sleep, stress, caffeine, menstral cycle, etc. I have noticed that the symptoms are almost always the same. I normally wake up with them. I have no sensitivity to light, however I’m very sensitive to sound. The pain is always in my left eye brow, my left eye, behind my left eye, and bone of my left eye socket, and the top of both the bottom and top of my teeth (only on my left side). I also get nauseaus and vomit with them. I am planning on going to a dentist now because I am thinking now that it may be TMJ. I have been diagnosed with PCOS and anovulation. At first I thought it may be related to hormonal imbalances. Any suggestions I would greatly appreciate.

Your symptoms are indeed consistent with migraines even without sensitivity to light. Keeping a journal of triggers/activities is an excellent way to determine the cause of your migraines. A CT scan may not be helpful but if your physician suspects an intracranial lesion, an MRI may be the best test. Some women experience estrogen-withdrawal migraines . . . → Read More: I’ve been having headaches/migraines for about 10 years(26 years old now). The frequency of them vary from anywhere between once every few months to twice a week. I’ve gone to several doctors and neurologists and have tried all sorts of migraine medications with not much success. I have not had any tests run such as an MRI or CATSCAN. I have kept a journal to try to find what may trigger these: food, lack of sleep, stress, caffeine, menstral cycle, etc. I have noticed that the symptoms are almost always the same. I normally wake up with them. I have no sensitivity to light, however I’m very sensitive to sound. The pain is always in my left eye brow, my left eye, behind my left eye, and bone of my left eye socket, and the top of both the bottom and top of my teeth (only on my left side). I also get nauseaus and vomit with them. I am planning on going to a dentist now because I am thinking now that it may be TMJ. I have been diagnosed with PCOS and anovulation. At first I thought it may be related to hormonal imbalances. Any suggestions I would greatly appreciate.

Hello I am 19 years old I had sexual relationship with my boyfriend about 8 days ago it was not that safe because first we started without a comdon but then he put it on. Next day, I took the plan b pill the morning after and I want my period to come because I have been very very nervous. I can not sleep or think of anything else than that. My period is supposedly going to come in may 24 or 25 but I heard that provera can make my period come faster and sooner is that true? provera 10mg for ten days?

Plan B is one of the most effective methods of emergency contraceptive. That you are also on provera makes pregnancy even less likely. Provera can indeed cause your period to come sooner but every patient metabolizes the hormones differently so it is difficult to say when your period will come. If you have missed your . . . → Read More: Hello I am 19 years old I had sexual relationship with my boyfriend about 8 days ago it was not that safe because first we started without a comdon but then he put it on. Next day, I took the plan b pill the morning after and I want my period to come because I have been very very nervous. I can not sleep or think of anything else than that. My period is supposedly going to come in may 24 or 25 but I heard that provera can make my period come faster and sooner is that true? provera 10mg for ten days?

Hey, I am cunrrently on the contraceptive implant and for complicated reasons I cannot get it removed. However I want to get pregnant, is there any way I can boost my chances to get pregnant?

You should have your implanted contraceptive removed before attempting to get pregnant. The implanted contraceptive slowly releases hormones into your blood stream. There is a chance you may become pregnancy after the hormones are exhausted, but it is highly advised that you remove the implant. Each case is different, but most physicians would advise against . . . → Read More: Hey, I am cunrrently on the contraceptive implant and for complicated reasons I cannot get it removed. However I want to get pregnant, is there any way I can boost my chances to get pregnant?

I am 29 weeks pregnant and me and my husband had intercourse yesterday. after I noticed the slightest hint of blood when i wiped. Almost so slight that if I wasn’t paying attention i wouldn’t have noticed, and I notice a little today. Should I be concerned?

The cervical mucosa becomes more friable during pregnancy and tends to bleed easier because of increased blood circulation. Sex can irritate the mucosa and rupture blood vessels. Even if you suspect it to be benign, you should still be evaluated by your obstetrician with a physical exam as bleeding could be a sign of an . . . → Read More: I am 29 weeks pregnant and me and my husband had intercourse yesterday. after I noticed the slightest hint of blood when i wiped. Almost so slight that if I wasn’t paying attention i wouldn’t have noticed, and I notice a little today. Should I be concerned?

I am 53 years old (yesterday) and 2 months ago was my first weird period only 1 day of bleeding. For the past month, bleeding first day, and brownish secretion every day since just enough to ruin your cloths. Until yesterday heavy period again. I know this is normal but I have heard you can get quarterized to stop this. Is that true? And if yes is it safe and does not alter normal menopause stuff?

Abnormal menstruation with varied bleeding, spotting, and missed periods can be observed during menopause. However, you require a physical exam by your gynecologist to determine if your discharge part of normal menopause or if further workup is required.

Cauterization of the endometrial lining is typically reserved for cases of severe bleeding in which malignancy . . . → Read More: I am 53 years old (yesterday) and 2 months ago was my first weird period only 1 day of bleeding. For the past month, bleeding first day, and brownish secretion every day since just enough to ruin your cloths. Until yesterday heavy period again. I know this is normal but I have heard you can get quarterized to stop this. Is that true? And if yes is it safe and does not alter normal menopause stuff?