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Menstrual Period & Stroke

0.36% of the posts that mention Stroke also mention Menstrual Period (2,708 posts)
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rest of my life, I have had my period 4 times in the last 2...
" ...2 months ago and I have been taken off birth control, started taking Plavix andHBP meds , I am told I will not be able to take birth control and will need to take plavix the rest of my life, I have... "

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pcoscommunity.com
to make myself have a period. None of my other symtoms...
" ...on birth control. I had a stroke @ 5 and cannot be put on anything. The only treatment I have is taking provera every three months to make myself have a period. None of my other symtoms... "

every month during my period-- they are nagging one-sided...
" ...every month during my period-- they are nagging one-sided ...if at all possible. However, I've heard that hormonal birth control can put you at risk of a stroke if you have migraines.... "

pack. I just got my period and feel DEPRESSSED. I have...
" ...I noticed an increase in anxiety as well. If people are having problems with blood clots that is a SERIOUS problem. I plan on switching back to Apri. I hoped to releive my sx for the 2 wks before m... "

she received her period.On both months after taking...
" ...went in for only two strokes and stopped. I did not ejaculate inside of her. she now says her period was light, spotty, and lasted less than 24 hours. she got it at the end of the month like... "

get a stroke. Your menstruation is the most natural thing...
" ...the Mexican version (Yazmin) which are only 21 pills and since the 7 days that are left I do not have any pills to take, my hormone level drops and that makes me feel sick. Other than that I have n... "

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attacks that she had over a period of 2 weeks. She then...
" ...Her brother died of a massive heart attack the day before his 40th b-day. Her ...she had over a period of 2 weeks. She then was on coumadin to control the artificial valve, had a stroke like 7... "

red-brown discharge and my period three times. My menstrual...
" ...no reason. I am also feeling depressed. I am greatly concerned as being on the pill many years ago I had a mild stroke and my doctor assured me that the hormones ion the Mirena stay in the... "

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control to regulate my period because I've had two minor...
" ...by a week or so. I'm not on birth control to regulate my period because I've had two minor strokes . There's a tiny possibility I could be pregnant but VERY doubtful. I'm... "

yaz to regulate my period not for birth control. they...
" ...had a stroke! ...stroke. 2 weeks later i had 2 more blood clots that passed through my heart and went to my lungs. i am still struggling to get back to normal. i am taking 6 different medicati... "

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