What hormone effects woman when there pregnant
Progesterone, estrogen, and Human Chorionic Gonadotropin hormone can all effect women's moods during pregnancy. ChaCha! ( Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-hormone-effects-woman-when-there-pregnant )
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- What is the effect of hormones during pregnancy on a woman's temp...?
- Hormonal changes during pregnancy can indeedn cause mood changes, starting from anxiety or agitations to developing major clinical symptoms of depression. Pregnancy affects each woman differently.
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- What are the physiologic effects a woman has when she is pregnant?
- Q: I heard of morning sickness and hormones fluctuating but what else?Is there nausea throughout?
- A: Morning sickness, fatigue (really, you guys have no idea how tired we are), very tender breasts, back pain, headaches, frequent urination, bloating. And that's just the first trimester. :)2nd Trimester:possibly some nausea, fatigue, tender breasts, back pain, headaches, frequent urination, bloating, constipation, mood swings, possibly braxton hicks contractions, very hungry3rd Trimester:fatigue, tender breasts, back pain, headaches, frequent urination, bloating, constipation, mood swings, braxton hicks contractions, cramps in legs, swollen feet, heartburn/indigestion, shortness of breath, possible pain or discomfort when the baby drops. For me, I felt like my entire pubic area was bruised for the full 3rd trimester. And don't forget the discomfort the baby can cause as it's kicking the ribs or just from being so big in such a little space in the final weeks. It really is uncomfortable.EDIT:Yes, some women may experience nausea throughout the entire pregnancy, it just depends on the pregnancy and the woman.
- What you think of the NEW male Contraceptive pill??
- Q: British scientists are reported to be developing a male contraceptive pill which can work on single dose.It is reported that the pilll could be taken hours before sex but allow a man's fertility to return to normal within hours, with no side effects.The new hormone - free pill could be on the market within the next five years!I'm concern that when these men take these pill, will they lose their sex drive as the same as some women lost their sex drive.Is this pill going to stop men getting women pregnant? Women has more responability too! It takes two!What do you think folks? Is this going to work, will it cut down Teenage girl's having babies or people who have unprotected sex ends up preganant?What about STD? There's no protecting ourselves!!Have your SAY!!!Come Folks, gave your best answer and I will give you 5 Star's!!
- A: I agree with you. It does take two. This is why I feel that it is the women's responsibility to protect herself. Sure it is an equal "tango" but the outcome is not always equal. If 2 people are in a committed relationship than the male contraceptive pill would be an excellent 2nd choice to the female contraceptive pill, as opposed to condoms. This is only because they are a committed long-term couple. Other couples should still use condoms because of STDs. This alternative would also be beneficial in relationships where women cannot take the birth control pill (allergic, etc.). I think in other situations, such as new relationships, one-night stands, etc. it is best for the women to not rely on the male contraceptive pill.It could be possible for a woman to be misled by a man believing that he has taken the pill. - Can't you just picture inexperienced teens and the boy telling the girl not to worry that they don't have a condom because he has taken the pill. How would she know for sure?A more positive way to look at it for guys is that it will protect themselves from those kinda girls who get pregnant on purpose to trap them. Or even the nice girls who get pregnant by accident.In general I do think it will cut down on unplanned pregnancies. As three methods of B.C. are obviously better than 2. The problem is whether they are used correctly. As far as male sex drive is concerned the make-up of the new pill does not have any ingredients that effect male sex drive. The reason why some women experience this is because of the hormones in the female birth control pill.In general lack of sex drive in males is uncommon (even in males with erectile dysfunction).I also think that the birth control pill (both male and female) should not need a prescription. Is it not our right to protect ourselves? We need to get permission to be safe. There are many over-the-counter drugs that would cause worse harm if used incorrectly, than the birth control pill would.
- Progesterone Side Effects?
- Q: I just had an IUI last week and started the progesterone suppositories and today am so very bloated and just “full feeling” and sore bbs, both pregnancy symptoms of mine and I now assume its from the progesterone that your body produces more of when you are pregnant. Anyway, thought I would read up on the things that this particular hormone does to you - the page I pulled up was like 50 woman taking for a variety of reasons and all but 2 of them said they had TERRIBLE side effects from it. They mentioned tons of anxiety, depression, a lot of weight gain - 2 woman said they gained 12 pounds in 1 month!!!I am a bit scared taking this now that I have read all of it. My RE put me on them after the IUI and will do a blood test for a few things tomorrow and then a pregnancy test on the 16th I AF hasnt come. I am just wondering what you all out there have experienced with progesterone
- A: Occasionally reports will come out listing the harmful side effects of "progesterone". Unfortunately the synthetic progesterone counterfeits are too often referred to as progesterone when they are not. The real names for these counterfeits are "synthetic progesterone", "progestin" or "Progesterone Acetate". There are no reports of any significant side effects or health problems associated with the real hormone "Natural Progesterone". As Dr Lee puts it, "the only side effect is that the guy across the room from you will get a little cuter".Progesterone may also cause some of the following. a feeling of euphoria (based on the amounts used) possible acne upon initial use as body adjusts and estrogen receptors become more sensitive possible suspension of ovulation if used prior to ovulation possible spotting in women just starting menopause alteration of cycle time may prevent sperm maturation in men when used in excessIn the words of Dr John Lee, M.D. "We know that transdermal progesterone is very affective, very convenient, and very safe. Overdoses do not hurt anybody. They might mess up some bodies period, it could cause the period to change as to when it comes in the month."For the initial months of usage women often find that they benefit greatly from natural progesterone when used in large amounts. Large amounts can help to get the body quickly balanced. We've had women tell us that their hot flashes totally went away with the use of 80mg of progesterone each day. However, don't use too much progesterone for too long. Dr Lee had the following to say about using too much progesterone. "You will find that when someone starts on a larger amount, like 1120mg per month. She will tolerate it very well. She may tolerate it for 3 months or 6 months but then you know something funny happens. It begins not working or she begins to get estrogen like effects. When you have more progesterone than you need, it doesn't hurt anybody but what it does is to down regulate all of the progesterone receptors. They cannot tolerate the excessive overload that's occurring and they just shut down. And all of the sudden progesterone starts to not be as beneficial as it use to be." If after a few months you find that you are not getting the results that you did at first, you may need to decrease the amount of progesterone you are using. This can especially be true for pre-menopausal women whose bodies are still producing some progesterone. Women in this case may find that 10-15mg, on the days they use it, is all they need . So the return of estrogen dominance symptoms doesn't mean that progesterone is not working. It may simply be a sign to use less.
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