Cause Not Getting Pregnant Again After A Miscarriage?
I want to ask this, I’m 21 years old, married in July 2017 and had a miscarriage during the fetus at the age of 3 months and that incident since 7 months ago, to be precise in December, then in February I did a Kb injection once a month, because the menstruation was not I stopped using KB smoothly, and in March until now I don’t use KB anymore, but until now I’m still not pregnant anymore. Why is it because of KB or what? ask for an explanation
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Some types of birth control are known to cause fertility to return more slowly after its use is stopped, making it difficult for users to get pregnant. There are several types of contraception that can trigger this condition, namely 3-month injection contraception, implant contraception, or IUD containing synthetic hormones. As for the 1-month injection of contraception, it rarely causes this fertility barrier. Although, it is still possible that your difficulties in having a child are also influenced by hormonal imbalances, one of which is triggered by the use of injection contraceptives.
In addition, there are many other conditions that can make it difficult for a woman to get pregnant, including:
Hormone imbalance, including due to stress and excessive fatigue, undergoing extreme diets, rarely exercising, old age
Unhealthy lifestyles, for example smoking, consuming alcohol, weight is not ideal
Ovulation disorders, for example due to thyroid gland disorders, polycystic ovary syndrome, premature ovarian failure
Damage to the fallopian tubes (fallopian tubes), for example due to side effects of surgery, pelvic inflammation, history of ectopic pregnancy
Myoma (benign uterine muscle tumor)
Endometriosis (endometrial tissue that grows anywhere other than the uterus)
Drug side effects, and so on
The frequency of sexual intercourse is irregular, and infertility disorders in men can also be factors that make it difficult for you to have a baby again.
We recommend that you and your partner go directly to a gynecologist. Doctors generally do an interview and a thorough physical examination, followed by several types of examinations, for example laboratory tests, ultrasound, sperm analysis, and so on. With this effort, it is hoped that the causes for you and your partner having difficulty having a baby can be identified correctly and given the right treatment.
In the meantime, you and your partner should continue to pursue pregnancy naturally, namely by increasing the frequency of sexual intercourse (especially during fertile times), living a healthy lifestyle (including lots of exercise, regular rest, and avoiding alcohol and cigarettes), and food consumption. which is good for increasing fertility, as it contains lots of folic acid, vitamin C, vitamin E, and other sources of nutrients.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah