Can I Take A Tooth Extraction After KB / IUD?
I want to ask, can I pull out the tooth that has access after the injection I / I ..? or vice versa, after KB, pull your teeth? Is it allowed ?
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There are many types of contraceptives, among which are quite often used by the wider community are injectable birth control and IUD / IUD (contraception in the womb).
Injectable birth control contains the hormone progestogen (progestin), which is similar to the natural female hormone, namely progesterone. There are two types of injectable birth control, namely family planning injection every 1 month and 3 months. 3-month KB injections contain progestin hormone, while 1-month KB injections contain a combination of progestin hormone and estrogen hormone.
The IUD is a plastic-based contraceptive with a shape like the letter T inserted into the uterus. There are 2 types, namely copper-containing and hormonal IUDs. This is the most effective contraception to delay pregnancy in the long term. Even copper-type IUDs can be used for up to 10 years.
Both types of contraception can be done before or after you pull your teeth. The hormonal content of contraceptives does not interact with drugs, painkillers, antibiotics and other drugs that are generally given by a dentist. It's just that if you are going to get a tooth extraction and IUD installation on the same day, then you will feel pain or discomfort in the mouth and lower abdomen and genitals. In addition, it is very necessary for you to tell each doctor who will take action, so that drug administration can be adjusted to avoid you taking the drug double. Because doctors can prescribe drugs with the same content, even though the brand is different.
Thus hopefully useful.