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Would you have Muscle twitching when you have Birth control?

Summary: Muscle twitching is found among people with Birth control, especially people who are female, 20-29 old, also have Contraception, and take medication Mirena.

We study 82 people who have Muscle twitching and Birth control from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.

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Birth control

Birth control can be treated by Yaz, Mirena, Depo-provera, Nuvaring, Yasmin, Loestrin 24 Fe. (latest reports from 105,858 Birth Control patients)

Muscle twitching

Muscle twitching has been reported by people with depression, pain, multiple sclerosis, stress and anxiety, high blood pressure. (latest reports from 11,049 Muscle twitching patients)

On Jan, 13, 2015: 82 people who have birth control and Muscle Twitching are studied.

Trend of Muscle twitching in birth control reports

Age of people who have birth control and experienced Muscle twitching * :

0-12-910-1920-2930-3940-4950-5960+
Muscle twitching0.00%0.00%4.23%54.93%22.54%14.08%4.23%0.00%

Severity of the symptom * :

leastmoderateseveremost severe
Muscle twitching54.55%9.09%27.27%9.09%

Top co-existing conditions for these people * :

  1. Contraception (75 people, 91.46%)
  2. Skin wrinkling (5 people, 6.10%)
  3. Migraine (4 people, 4.88%)
  4. Epilepsy (3 people, 3.66%)
  5. Pregnancy (3 people, 3.66%)
  6. Depression (3 people, 3.66%)
  7. Anxiety (3 people, 3.66%)
  8. Smoking cessation therapy (2 people, 2.44%)
  9. Bipolar disorder (2 people, 2.44%)
  10. Pain (2 people, 2.44%)

Most common drugs used by these people * :

  1. Mirena (20 people, 24.39%)
  2. Nuvaring (20 people, 24.39%)
  3. Ortho evra (10 people, 12.20%)
  4. Depo-provera (6 people, 7.32%)
  5. Botox cosmetic (5 people, 6.10%)
  6. Ambien (4 people, 4.88%)
  7. Xanax (4 people, 4.88%)
  8. Zyrtec (4 people, 4.88%)
  9. Ortho tri-cyclen (3 people, 3.66%)
  10. Yasmin (3 people, 3.66%)

* Approximation only. Some reports may have incomplete information.

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  • Has anyone fallen pregnant while in nexplanon while taking aciclovir ?
    I think I may have become pregnant while taking aciclovir while on the implant I was also taking anti biotics
    I ignored early symptoms as I thought there was no way I could be and put it down to side affects I then ha more and more symptoms did a test it was neg did another a few weeks later still neg then went to see gp was sent for an ultra sound for cysts or tumor and I am 15 weeks pregnant has this happened to anyone else?
  • Can my eye twitch be because of lexapro?
    So I have had symptoms of anxiety and depression due to a lot of stressors and disasters that happened in my life over the past two years. As my anxiety got worse after a breast biopsy, I started freaking out and thinking I may have MS because my sister has MS. So I went to my GP and she decided my symptoms do not follow the symptoms of MS or any similar problem and it should most likely be anxiety. She put me on Lexapro and Clonazepam. At first I was very hesitant to take medication but as my symptoms got worse I decided to give it a try. I was on Lexopro 5 mg for about two months and then I went to 10 mg, and I would take 1 or 2 Clonazepam a day. And this all started 5 months ago. And things seemed to be working just fine.Until about two months ago I started having this freaking annoying eye twitch on my upper left eyelid. I have had eye twitches before but they always go away after a couple of days or a week top. This one has been lasting for 2 months now and seems to be just getting worse. I went to the GP and my eye doctor and they still found no cause and said it's probably stress and anxiety. I have not been overly stressed and I get plenty of sleep, 10 hrs or more! and I stopped taking caffeine and alcohol after the twitch started. Any idea? Could it be because of medication? I also need to add I have had thumb twitching and severe spasms in my muscles around my right thumb starting in May (before taking any medication).
  • Phentermine topamax and depo provera
    I'm am wondering if th phentermine, the topamax (25 mg x2 a day ) will interfer will the depo provera?
  • Depo provera and 50mg topamax (1 answer)
    I was wondering if 50 mg of topamax would decrease the effevtiveness of the depo shot?
  • Regarding pregnancy, does keppra present less side effects than depakote ? which one is more likely to avoid problems for the baby ?
    I have been on Keppra (2.000 mg a day) for 3 months now. Before, I took Depakote for almost 10 years. In both cases my epilepsy symptoms were controlled. I was advised to change (from Depakote to Keppra) by my Neurologist as I am planning to get pregnant in the coming months. I would like to confirm that such a changing of medicines is, indeed, suitable and necessary to weaken side effects.

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  • Paxil side effect of a monior
    my daughter 14 years old had some problems with dizziness. the doctor felt it was due to anxiety. so he gave her paroxetine. she started the medication and she complain that head hurt . she took it for three weeks and on fourth week she was in school and started shaking arms. than was taken to nurse office and began to twitch. it started with spine bowing up and severe. it lasted 45 minutes. we took her to hospital and they gave her allergy medication and stop it for about two hours and it starts again. it keep a pattern of 2 founds reduced twitching with 50 mg of allergy mediation. once it starts takes 50 mg and it take 30 minutes to take effect. the docotr say it is side effect of paroxetine. it should go away. we are very concern that she could have premeit damage.

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Comments from related studies:

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  • take durezol 6 ttimes a day for cme thumb now twitches at rest i can stop it by moving it

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  • From this study (2 years ago):

  • I have been diagnosed with anxiety, emotioally unstable personality, anxiety, depression, migraines, non-epiltpic attacks, sleep seizures, night terrors, and PTSD
    Have recently had coil fitted very tired

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  • From this study (3 years ago):

  • I have a mostly ongoing eye twitch in the lower lid of one eye.. and want to report it.. I have never had this prior to taking Mirena and have been on this IUD for 4 months.. i have had this side effect for 2 months mostly for 2 weeks and then two weeks it stops.. So during my menstration of which is just starting to be less then 2 weeks long.. prior to Mirena I had four day menstrations that were light.. I have spoting for the third week of the month as well and so I get one week each month thus far where there is no menstration at all..

    Reply

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