Fertility Test Whether It Can Detect Someone Using Kb / Not?
, from what woman’s fertility test can you find out if you use birth control or not?
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There are various types of contraceptives for family planning (KB) programs. Examination for female fertility can also be done in various ways. Fertility checks are usually not done if the woman is still using contraception. If the contraception used is only a condom (both female and male condoms), periodic abstinence, or interruptus coitus, no fertility check can detect it. If the contraception used is hormonal, such as a pill, injection, or implant, a fertility check in the form of an examination of hormone levels in the blood may be able to detect it. In contraception that is inserted in the uterus (spiral), contraception will be detected when the doctor performs an ultrasound on a fertility check. In addition, the spiral will also interfere with HSG examinations that are often done to determine the fertility of women. It's best if you tell the doctor what contraception is being used first. You should also explain what the purpose of the fertility check on the woman is. The doctor will assess whether fertility checks really need to be done or not.
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