Can KB Be Sterile When I Have 2 Children?
good morning doctor, I am pregnant with my second child, and this is the closest pregnancy distance to my first child, first I gave birth by Caesarean in January 2019, and the HPL which is now July 2020, can I propose to be sterile after giving birth? so thank you
Thank you for the question.
For women who have had a cesarean delivery, the recommended interval between pregnancies is 2 to 5 years. The distance between pregnancies that are too close to the mother who had given a cesarean delivery can increase the risk of returning cesarean delivery, and can also appear various disorders of pregnancy and other post-copy, for example disorders of the placenta, inhibition of fetal development in the womb, uterine rupture, excessive bleeding post copy, and so on.
However, your condition which is currently pregnant again should not be worried too much. With good content care, often the various risks above can be prevented and controlled. It is not impossible, after giving birth to this second child, later you can be better in planning for pregnancy.
Sterile birth control can be an option for couples who no longer want to have children. This sterile birth control is done by binding or cutting the fallopian tubes, even lifting the uterus. As long as there are no contraindications that prevent it, there is no real problem undergoing sterile birth control when you have only 2 children. Indeed, as recommended by the government, having 2 children is better for your condition, your family, and the condition of society in general. Consult further with your doctor or obstetrician regarding this matter ...
I hope this helps.