Intimate Relationships During The Postpartum Period?
, finished 40 days how many menstrual days out? and if it is not completed after childbirth 40 days have intercourse will be at risk? maybe will get pregnant again even though the suprma expenditure is not in?
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Basically the return of menstruation and fertility in women after childbirth can vary. Women who exclusively breastfeed their babies may not ovulate and menstruate for up to 6 months or more. Women who do not breastfeed their babies at all can experience menstruation much faster ie 6-8 weeks postpartum. Ovulation can occur sooner than that (4-6 weeks postpartum).
Before the postpartum period is over, you are also not advised to have sexual relations with penetration into the vagina and it is also not recommended to insert any object into your vagina. This is not only to avoid the possibility of another pregnancy, but also to prevent infection of your vagina and uterus (which is still healing).
Preejaculate fluid that comes out of the penis when the penis gets sexual stimulation (before ejaculation) can still contain a little live sperm, therefore, although very rare, just entering the penis into the vagina (without ejaculation in the vagina) can also cause pregnancy.
It is best not to have sexual relations before your childbirth period ends and consider using contraception just before your childbirth period is over or after your childbirth period ends. Before you use long-term contraception, do not have sex first, or always use a condom when having sex.
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