Already Menstruated A Week Later Came Out Dark Red Blood?
Good night, I want to ask, I gave birth to a cesarean 3 months ago, because the baby died inside, I went out after childbirth only 2 weeks, stopped 2 weeks later, I menstruated and had a lot of blood during the last week. , then a week later there was blood coming out again a little bit but tomorrow there was no blood … well, tomorrow again blood came out again I saw the color was dark red, is that fair? This week I have started to exercise because it was too tired because it was faulty? or there are other things, please answer before thank you
Hello Fitri Lestari,
There are 2 types of injectable birth control, namely 1-month injection birth control that contains the combination hormone estrogen and progesterone or 3-month injection birth control that contains only the hormone progesterone. KB injections can be done on the muscles in the buttocks and arms.
Excess of KB injection 3 months:
Can be used by breastfeeding mothers, because it is relatively safe and does not interfere with milk production Can be used for mothers who cannot use estrogen Less frequent injection of time No need to remember to take pills every day Can reduce the risk of ovarian cancer and uterine cancer Lack of injectable birth control 3 month is:
Side effects: headache, weight gain, pain in the breast, disruption of the menstrual cycle (can not menstruate at all, menstruation becomes long, bleeding between menstrual cycles) After stopping injection KB 3 months, it takes up to 1 year to return to fertility No protect against sexually transmitted diseases The advantages of 1 month injection contraception compared to 3 month injection KB are:
Lower risk of menstrual disorders compared to 3-month injection contraception Fertility can return sooner after the use of 1-month injection KB is stopped Shortage of 1-month injection namely:
Inject more often, once a month, patients often forget or are lazy to come Side effects: headache, mood changes, breast pain, menstrual disorders Not protect against sexually transmitted diseases Bleeding between menstrual cycles (intermenstrual bleeding) can result from:
Side effects of injection contraception (especially 3-month injectable birth control) Spotting during ovulation Inflammation of the reproductive organs: vaginitis, endometritis, cervicitis, etc. Hormonal abnormalities Reproductive organ cancers: cervical cancer, uterine cancer, endometrial cancer, vaginal cancer, etc. Endometriosis Adenomyosis Endometrial hyperplasia If complaints of bleeding between menstrual cycles are numerous and long, to cause complaints of weakness, palpitations, fainting, you should check directly with an obstetrician. Doctors need to do an examination to determine whether there are abnormalities in the reproductive organs that cause menstrual abnormalities. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.