About The Emergency Pill?
Ass I want to ask, not long ago I gave birth, and accidentally after the postpartum period I and my husband had an intimate relationship accidentally my husband threw sperm into the sorry (vagina) I was worried and immediately went to my obstetrician asking for an emergency family prescription pill But why is it even added to the utrogestan that is as strong as an obstetric booster or helps fertility?
Hello Miss Nurhayati,
The use of emergency contraceptive pills is limited by time because it will only be effective if taken less than 72 hours (3 days) to 120 hours (5 days) after intercourse without contraception. This emergency contraceptive pill works by inhibiting the release of a woman's ovum and making it difficult for sperm to move in the vagina to the uterus so that fertilization does not occur which causes pregnancy. The provision of emergency contraceptive pills cannot disrupt conception that has already occurred.
The drug that you mentioned contains the synthetic hormone progesterone which, if given in tablet form, is usually reserved for patients who are not menstruating, bleeding outside of menstruation and a history of recurrent miscarriage. What reasons make your Obstetrics and Gynecologist give you the medicine, you should discuss it directly with him. Because your doctor knows best about your medical condition.
The provision of emergency contraceptive pills usually will not be done on mothers who breastfeed babies.
The method of contraception is very diverse. If you plan to postpone having children first, you should use contraception or use natural birth control. Natural birth control can be done on mothers who breastfeed their babies exclusively and or calculate the fertile period with some special methods and then avoid sexual intercourse. Available and safe contraceptives for breastfeeding and newborn mothers are the use of condoms for male partners, breastfeeding birth control pills, 3 month injection birth control, installation of spirals and other methods that you can read by clicking here.
Read more about Emergency Contraception here.
Thus the info we can share, hopefully helps you.