Can ibuprofen increase menstrual bleeding?

Answer On One Hand: Anti-inflammatory DrugIbuprofen is one of the many nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs that reduces menstrual bleeding, according to Medline Plus. As opposed to aspirin, which can inc... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Can ibuprofen increase menstrual bleeding

My wife used to take Ibuprofen and paracetamol for menstrual pain and it worked very well. But.....?

I totally disagree with the answerer who says it's not normal to be unable to get through periods without drugs - she must have been very lucky! I think what you mean is that your wife used to tak... Read More »

Is pregnancy possible after menstrual bleeding?

On One Hand: Lining ShedsTypical menstrual bleeding is the shedding of the uterine lining. This clears the uterus of old lining and prepares it for the new lining to form during your next follicula... Read More »

What could bleeding between menstrual cycles mean?

Women who notice abnormal bleeding during a menstrual cycle may need to be checked by a doctor. An average woman's cycle lasts 28 days and includes four days of bleeding at the beginning, according... Read More »

Can steroids cause constant menstrual bleeding?

On One Hand: Menstrual Cycle AffectedAccording to the National Institute of Health, using or abusing anabolic steroids in women leads to possible changes or cessation of the menstrual cycle. A chan... Read More »