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    Hello. I need to have surgery done next week and i was wondering if anyone knows of anythign i can do to make my period start early? I need it to start in the next 2 days! If anyone has any ideas that would be very helpful. I am not on birth control and i know i’m not pregnant. So HELP PLEASE!!!

    Thank you. Natalie


    Aiden&Alejandros Mommy

    No sorry…if you do get it they usually will ask you to put a tampon in..believe me nurses have seen everything…nothing to be embarassed about :)



    my surgery is on my uterus so i can’t have my period for it. that’s why i need to get it soon, or i’ll have to postpone my surgery another month. oh well…i guess it’s just not the right time. thanks!



    oh sorry i have no clue how to get it to start.. Good luck!


    Aiden&Alejandros Mommy

    Did you know they can drain the “fluid’ from your uterus? Has your doc told you this? That would enable you to get your surgery done and the best part you ‘miss’ Af for another month :)



    Really i didn’t know that…



    i’ve heard drinking a “parsley tea” will help. it’s exactly as it sounds — make a tea from parsley.



    Talk to your OB/Gyne or nurse.
    They’d best advise you.



    well i don’t know if it was the ginger tea, green tea, or the long walk i took last night, but i started my period this morning! yea!!! so i’m all set for my uterine surgery next week!!!! so maybe i’ll be back on the TTC/Pregnancy boards and i won’t have to post in the M&C boards again :) YAY!



    hey that’s wonderful good for you!



    Yea for you!


    Aiden&Alejandros Mommy

    So gald that something worked for you :) Hope all goes well with your surgery



    Why don’t you want to ask your doctor about this there are some medicines that can solve your problems but you must consult with your doctor at first!



    the period is a natural cycle and if you try to alter its routines artificially, it may have some effects down the road. i have a friend who has a similar requirement and her doctor prescribed Provera to her for about a week.CONSULT with your doctor first though. Did they tell you that they can’t do anything about the menstruation? Best option still would be to wait the period out and just postpone the operation.

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