Direct Menstruation After Releasing The Spiral Kb Is Normal?
Hy good afternoon … why ya … I just got out of the spiral, why do I immediately menstruate … is this a normal thing … and no danger, thank you
Spiral contraceptives are generally installed during menstruation on the 4th or 5th day (still menstruating in small amounts) because it is hoped that the pain during insertion will be reduced and the spots or bleeding after the spiral insertion will coincide with the remaining menstruation so it is not surprising.
Spiral KB installation can have effects such as =
Abdominal pain for a few days after insertion. Spots or spotting, menstruation that extends over the next few months. Stronger menstrual pain. You can make temporary observations, if your menstruation occurs> 2 weeks with a large amount of blood, then do an immediate examination to the obstetrician who installed your birth control. The doctor will check the position of the birth control and perform an ultrasound to determine the cause of your complaint. That way, it can be understood whether the disturbance arises from the use of family planning or other causes.
Manage stress, get enough rest and keep your intimate organs clean.
I hope this helps.