Good KB Pill?
I want to ask for a good KB pill for me with thyroid pills what is the pill ???
Thank you for the question.
Many types of diseases that can affect the thyroid gland (goiter), ranging from lack of nutrition, autoimmune disorders, inflammation, benign or malignant tumors, and so on. These symptoms can also be different, and therefore, the treatment can be different.
Therefore, it needs to be clarified first, what is mumps do you mean? What are the symptoms like? And, what kind of handling are you going through to deal with it?
There are several types of contraception available, and can be used as an effort to prevent and delay pregnancy. In general, based on the contents and how it works, contraception is divided into 2, namely hormonal and non-hormonal contraception. For sufferers of the thyroid gland, which is often feared can interfere with the healing process or is feared to cause negative interactions in the body are hormonal type of contraception, for example birth control pills, 1 month injection contraception, 3 months injection KB, implant KB, and hormonal IUDs. Therefore, in patients with thyroid disease, it is recommended to use non-hormonal birth control, such as condoms, diaphragms, copper IUDs, or sterile birth control.
Determination of the type of contraception that is suitable for use is not only done by knowing the history of the illness, but also must take into account age, body posture, history of previous pregnancy, as well as future pregnancy plans again. Therefore, in order to choose the right type of contraception, you should immediately consult a doctor or obstetrician.
I hope this helps.