Can Injectable Birth Control After Recovering From Glandular Tuberculosis?
Hello, in November 2017 I was diagnosed with glandular tuberculosis. Its position on the left of the neck. Then I was treated for 9 months. Before I got sick with the tuberculosis gland, I was given an injection once every 3 months. But during treatment, doctors advised against hormonal kb. The doctor suggested using a condom. R nEnd of July I was declared cured of glandular tuberculosis. And I want to go back to the injection. R n r nHow can I return after recovering from the glandular tuberculosis in the hormonal birthplace again? R nbecause, the midwife said when I wanted to be better at a non-hormonal birth control such as the IUD. Because I have a history of glandular tuberculosis even though it’s healed …
The 3 month birth control injection contains a progestin hormone which is effective in preventing pregnancy if it is used on schedule and not too late. Although it is effective in preventing pregnancy, not all women can use the 3 month birth control injection.
Some women who should not use 3 month birth control injections include:
Women who are pregnant or think they are pregnant
Women who want regular menstrual cycles
Women with a history of breast cancer, migraines, blood clots, liver problems, high blood pressure, heart disease, bleeding outside of menstruation, diabetes with complications, and women who are at high risk of developing osteoporosis
Women who are on certain medications that can cause contraceptive injections to be less effective, for example in the treatment of rifampicin (one of the drugs), griseofulvin, modafinil, anti-seizure drugs, and HIV drugs. Women who are taking certain medications should consult their obstetrician before using birth control injections or other hormonal contraceptives
For your condition, I suggest that you consult directly with your obstetrician so that further tests can be carried out to determine your general condition whether it is safe enough to be given a 3 month birth control injection or not. We recommend that you follow the obstetrician's recommendations regarding contraception which is more recommended. You can also ask your husband during a consultation so you can decide on the safest and most comfortable contraception for you and your husband.
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