I Haven’t Menstruated After Giving Birth 2 Months Ago?
Morning. I just gave birth 2 months ago and I want to give you an injection. It’s been related 1 time but the sperm does not come out inside is it OK? I haven’t PM since I was born.
Having just given birth two months ago, it is usually still experiencing conditions that have not yet returned to menstruation, because the first 40 days are still in the postpartum period or the recovery period of the uterine organs and others to the condition before pregnancy. In addition, if the mother gives exclusive breastfeeding, breastfeeding or breastfeeding her baby can also be a natural birth control method, because when mothers breastfeed their babies will be issued the hormone prolactin which stimulates the expenditure of milk from the milk glands and other functions are suppressing other hormones that function to ripen The egg has the function of delaying the pregnancy while the mother is actively breastfeeding her baby. If you want to continue to use other types of birth control there is no specific prohibition, but because you have had time to have intercourse, even though sperm does not come out inside, you still need to do a pregnancy test like a test pack before doing the birth control you choose. For other conditions and the selection of the right type of family planning it is recommended that you continue to carry out further examinations and consultations with obstetricians. The following article that you can read about breastfeeding can prevent pregnancy, birth control methods
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