How Long Does It Take To Normalize Hormones For Those Taking Birth Control Pills?
Tonight, I want to ask. I got married more than 1 year, I have not been blessed with children, my menstruation is not regular, I like to be late for more than a month, I am seeking treatment at a midwife, just said the midwife told me to take the pb pill in order to run my menstruation smoothly, I took the birth control pill for 3 months, will my period run smoothly if I release my pill? I have only been taking the pills for a month and thank God for the month that I am now menstruating, can I get pregnant quickly if I no longer take my birth control pills again? Mhon is answered yes 🙏
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Regarding the consumption of the contraceptive pill, how long should you take the pill? What type of pill is used whether the pill is 3 months or 1 month?
For the consumption of birth control pills, the main goal is to prevent pregnancy by regulating the function and levels of reproductive hormones which will affect the menstrual cycle. With the cessation of birth control pills, it will begin to stabilize the reproductive hormones produced by the body so that the body will return to produce hormones in a balanced and even way, this will be marked by the return of regular menstrual cycles every 28 to 35 days. Usually in general, the return is about 2 to 6 months to the normal cycle after the cessation of consumption but will relate to each person.
Regarding irregular menstruation whether menstruation becomes more frequent or rare? Does menstruation become very much? Are there any abdominal pain felt?
This should be further examined by a gynecologist so that the exact cause of the following symptoms can be found. Some things that may be the cause are
- Ovarian cysts (PCOS) are usually irregular menstruation, more breakouts, blood sugar as well as increased.
- Tumors in the uterus can be characterized by symptoms of irregular menstruation, palpable lumps in the lower abdomen
- Endometriosis is formed outside the raham tissue that will usually appear irregular menstruation accompanied by severe pain during menstruation.
That's the thing we can say. May be useful. Thank you