I Haven’t Had My Period After Myoma Surgery And Hormone Injections?
Good afternoon, I have finished injecting tapros post op myomectomy 2 months ago, the start of injection in September and finished in November, October and November I could not menstruate. Even for December, I haven’t had my period yet, I guess, when will my menstrual cycle return to normal? Considering I want to promote immediately. And is there a possibility of getting pregnant without going through menstruation beforehand? Because even now my period hasn’t arrived yet, so I don’t know when the fertile period will start when promil. Thank you
Thank you for the question.
Tapros contains a Gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH) analogue called Leuprorelin acetate. With these ingredients, this drug can reduce the production of the hormone estrogen in women. The goal in those of you who previously suffered from a myoma and had undergone myomectomy surgery is primarily to minimize the risk of recurrence, and stabilize the balance of reproductive hormones in the body.
One side effect that can arise from the use of this drug is in the form of changes in the menstrual cycle, including what you are experiencing at the moment. It could also be, your menstruation does not come due to stress, the influence of other drugs consumed, physical fatigue, excessive exercise, obesity, extreme diet, thyroid gland or pituitary disorders, or other chronic diseases.
Of course, menstrual disorders like this can also complicate the process of planning a pregnancy. However, even if you don't have periods, it's not impossible for you to get pregnant. Planning your pregnancy can still be done while waiting for your menstrual cycle to return smoothly. How to regularly have sex every 1 to 3 days, and live a healthy lifestyle as well as eating patterns so that fertility is maintained, including by getting enough sleep, eating more fruits and vegetables, regular exercise every day, maintaining ideal body weight, do not smoke , do not take any medicine or herbal medicine, and control your emotions properly. Also ask your husband to accompany you to live a healthy lifestyle and eating pattern as mentioned above.
If up to more than 3 months after surgery you do not go menstruating, it is better to check yourself back to the doctor or obstetrician to be given the best treatment, ok?
I hope this helps.