Can We Use KB If There Is A History Of Endometriosis?
hello doctor slmt mlam ,, sya reny my age 24 years old ,, I from long ago if menstruation is sick, at a time when I have never been unbearable pain, that’s where I check with a gynecologist and I am in the verdict of endometriosis, when we are married doctors and have a child will heal itself and now my child is 1.5 years old and smpe now I don’t know anything because I don’t want to have a menstrual child, I still feel sick, but it doesn’t hurt when I don’t get married, I want to, but I’m afraid of whether I can do it, bro? because there was endometriosis rwyat ??? what is safe, dokk … thanks
Hello Reny, thanks for the question.
Endometriosis is a condition when the tissue that forms the inner lining of the uterine wall grows outside the uterus. The uterine wall will normally thicken when the egg is released from the ovary in preparation for pregnancy. If the egg is not fertilized, then the thickened uterine wall will decay and exit through the vagina, this is what is called menstruation. In endometriosis, the cell wall will also thicken but cannot decay so that it will cause severe pain, especially during menstruation. In addition to abdominal pain, other symptoms that can occur include excessive amount of menstrual blood, bleeding outside the menstrual cycle, pain during intercourse, easy fatigue during menstruation, pale, infertile, and others. If you experience complaints like this, the doctor will usually do a question and answer, physical examination, and maybe some supporting examinations such as ultrasound to the act of laparoscopy by inserting a small tube that has a camera to look into the patient's stomach. Handling can be done with drugs, hormone therapy to surgery. Medications that are usually given are pain medications, drugs that contain hormones such as birth control pills, etc., or surgical procedures such as laparoscopy, laparotomy, hysterectomy, etc. depending on the condition and severity of the disease.
Contraceptives that contain hormones, such as birth control pills, birth control injections, implants, or spirals are highly recommended as contraception in endometriosis patients. Because apart from being a contraceptive as well as a treatment for endometriosis, KB this hormone will inhibit the thickening of endometrial tissue thereby slowing the progression of the disease and reducing pain especially during menstruation. If the pain is felt to be very intense, it can be compressed with warm water in the lower abdomen area, or taking pain medication prescribed by a doctor. If the complaint is felt very disturbing, continuous bleeding, severe pain, to cause the body limp should immediately consult an obstetrician.
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