Do I Have To Take Off An IUD If I Have Menstruation?
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Good evening Shilviani Anggi, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Menstruation which is said to be normal is menstruation whose cycle always occurs regularly (generally menstruation occurs every 21-35 days), lasts for 2-7 days and also has a normal amount of blood expenditure which is around 30-40 mL during the cycle. If your period does not meet these criteria, it can be said that your period is experiencing an abnormal condition. Menstrual disorders that may occur are:
Disorders of menstrual blood numbers become more than normal conditions called menorrhagia Disorders in which menstrual cycles occur faster than every 21 days called polimenorrhea Disorders in which menstrual cycles occur for longer than every 35 days, are called oligomenorrhea Disorders in which there is bleeding that occurs outside the menstrual cycle which is referred to as intermenstrual bleeding Disorders in which menstrual cycles occur erratically are called metrorrhagia Disorders where menstrual cycles do not occur at all are referred to as amenorrhea. to the doctor for further examination, whether the situation that you are experiencing right now is a symptom of a menstrual cycle disorder or not. If indeed you suffer from menstrual abnormalities, the doctor will help determine what is the cause where the causes of each menstrual cycle disorders are very diverse such as ovarian cysts (ovarian cysts), myoma, hormonal contraception side effects, and so on, so it needs to be ascertained clear what causes it to determine what therapy should be given to treat menstrual abnormalities and whether if you experience a menstrual abnormality, whether it is related to the use of IUD birth control.
Regarding the removal of the IUD itself, the device can only be removed when it is time to be removed (has reached 5 years), side effects occur due to the use of an IUD (eg inflammation of the pelvis, pain in the pelvis and others) or indeed the user wants to release the IUD . This release can only be done if you are not in a menstrual condition, because if the release is done during menstruation can increase the risk of infection. Apart from these conditions, there are generally no other conditions that do not allow you to do the removal of the IUD. But before you decide to do the removal of the IUD, it helps you discuss with your doctor first about this.
For now, it is recommended that you ensure that you eat foods that are nutritionally balanced, keep your body weight in the ideal range, avoid going on diets that are too strict and extreme, do regular exercise, and avoid excessive stress.
I hope this helps.