Irregular Menstruation And Want To Plan A Pregnancy?
, I want to ask. I after the contract postponed pregnancy due to college factors, with 1 month of birth, but only 3 times injections after that I wanted to plan a pregnancy but my period was even irregular after quitting, in a month I had 4-5 times my period. Can you get pregnant? Thank you
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Some couples really want to postpone pregnancy after marriage for a reason. How to postpone pregnancy can also be done with a variety, including one through the use of 1-month injection KB as you do.
In 1 month injection KB contains synthetic hormones estrogen and progesterone which can prevent pregnancy by modifying the balance of reproductive hormones in the body. Because of the way this works, one of the side effects that is often encountered by users is in the form of irregular menstrual cycles. These side effects can last for some time, even after the use of injectable birth control is stopped. This condition is also the possibility that causes your complaint at this time.
Aside from the side effects of injecting birth control that you used previously, your irregular menstrual patterns can also be caused by other causes, such as unhealthy lifestyles, fatigue, stress, side effects of drugs, excessive changes in body weight, endometriosis, polyps uterus, pelvic inflammation, thyroid gland abnormalities, and so on.
Not always, irregular menstrual patterns associated with fertility disorders that make it difficult for you to get pregnant. Some women with irregular periods can remain pregnant as long as there are no other complications. For this reason, it is better to check with your doctor or gynecologist so that your condition can be further evaluated for the cause, is it purely related to the side effects of injecting birth control, or is there another cause. Usually, the doctor will recommend that you undergo an ultrasound examination and / or hormonal examination to find out.
To help you and your partner plan for pregnancy, try the trick below:
Have regular sexual relations 2 to 3 days with your partner
Not too tired of activities
Exercise regularly every day
Don't be stressed, anxious, panicked, or afraid to overdo it
Eat more fruits, vegetables, nuts, and a variety of balanced nutritious foods, rich in folic acid, vitamin C, and vitamin E
Reduce consumption of instant food and preservatives
Don't smoke or consume alcohol
Do not carelessly take drugs or fertilizer supplements without consulting first to the doctor
Hope this helps ...