Can I Give You A Kb Injection 3 Months After Fam Surgery? Are There Any Side Effects Associated With This Medicine?
Good night doc .. I am 23 years old, a few months ago I performed fam d surgery to the left breast, he said there is still one more fam but the doctor said it’s okay because the results of the first test stated that the tumor was benign alias fam .. But I was always afraid of the doc .. Last month I got married there was an intention to postpone pregnancy and wanted to join us for 3 months .. But he said I was not given the injection, or taking the pill … What are the side effects of the docks between the injection and the fam in my breast .. syllable kb even though it’s 3 months? Please explain … Thanks doc
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In general, family planning is divided into 2 types. Hormonal birth control and non-hormonal birth control. KB that can affect hormones are injection contraception and birth control pills. Which contains the hormones progesterone and estrogen. Whereas non hormonal birth control is Spiral or IUD.
FAM or fibroadenoma is a benign tumor that often occurs in women. The cause of the emergence of FAM is often associated with reproductive hormones, namely estrogen. Nevertheless, the exact cause has not been known with certainty. The size of FAM can be enlarged when the reproductive hormones surge, for example in pregnant women or in people who are on hormone therapy.
Based on the explanation of the causes of the FAM itself, you should avoid using KB that contains estrogen. As an alternative, you can use the following KB:
Hormonal birth control contains progesterone namely: mini pills, 3-month injectable birth control and implants
In addition to conditions such as FAM choosing the right family planning must consider other aspects of health, for example cholesterol, hypertension, diabetes, calcification and age. Therefore, plans for using contraceptives must first do a health screening. Or consult with your doctor first.
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