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Re: Dr. Ed--in all due respect...

Posted by AnneL on July 14, 2003, at 9:45:10

In reply to Re: Dr. Ed--in all due respect..., posted by Ed O`Flaherty on July 13, 2003, at 18:24:02

> If you take the pill for 3 months at the time you will probably get a migraine attack only when you come off it for a break and so you will get 4 or 5 a year.Depo-Provera if you are lucky will give you no periods after a few injections (given 12 weeks apart) but the weight gain is often a problem.Mirena might work like that too but it does not suit everybody either.
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<Many women with mood disorders need to be careful when using hormonal contraceptives, particularly those that contain synthetic progestins contained in Depo-Provera and in the Mirena intrauterine device. Synthetic progestins are well-known to exacerbate existing mood disorders or to cause depression in women who have not been previously diagnosed with depression and/or other mood disorders. Yes, hormonal suppression of ovulation can help with a specific type of hormonally mediated migraine pattern, but caution is advised in those whom already suffer from a mood disorder. :) AnneL




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