deneme bonusu veren siteler - bahis siteleri - casino siteleri

instagram takipci satin al - instagram takipci satin al mobil odeme

sirinevler escort - istanbul escort - capa escort - sirinevler escort - - halkali escort - avrupa yakasi escort - ankara escort - anadolu yakasi escort - ankara escort - cratosslot - baymavi - vevobahis - cratosslot - bahis siteleri - cratosslot - sisli escort - makrobet - mersin escort - ankara escort - istanbul escort - makrobet - betebet - - perabet - makrobet - perabet - illegal iddaa - casino siteleri - - halkali escort - esenyurt escort

sex hikaye - savoybetting giris - sex hatti - savoybetting giris - sohbet hatti


No announcement yet.

Ad Widget


Agony Aunt : Frequently asked questions

This topic is closed.
This is a sticky topic.
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • #76

    Is it possible to delay periods using birth control pills?

    Hormonal pills (birth control pills) are easily available in the chemist stores and many women use them for the purpose of delaying their periods. But I really would not recommend that you mess around with your system.


    • #77

      My girlfriend gets lots of pain in the abdomen region during her periods and pain is really very bad. Can u plz tell me the reason and the solution for it?

      Unfortunately, many women suffer from such pains..the severity of them depends on person to person. There are some remedies that you can try. taking medication to relieve the pain is also an option and you can certainly ask your doctor to recommend one for you.

      Some remedies
      • Reduce your consumption of salt, sugar and caffeine during the week before your period to prevent cramps or reduce their severity.
      • Increase your intake of calcium-rich foods such as milk, yogurt or leafy green vegetables.
      • Keep in mind that a high-potency B-complex vitamin may help if you're susceptible to menstrual cramps. Vitamin B 6 is especially important, but don't take more than 100mg per day.
      • Apply heat to your muscles when cramps occur. Take a hot bath or place a hot water bottle on your abdomen or lower back.
      • Get moving. Sitting or lying around may actually make you feel worse. Swimming and walking are good activities because they are gentle and not too stressful. Certain stretches and yoga positions will also help to relieve the pain.
      • Avoid standing for long periods if you have pain in your lower back.
      • Massage your lower back to relieve tension and pain.
      • Take ibuprofen or naproxen to help relieve cramps. Refer to your doctor for a suitable brand.
      • Take a break, breathe deeply and listen to soothing music.



      Unconfigured PHP Module