Irregular Menstruation Due To Sterilization?
I want to ask my mother not to menstruate for 3 months after doing sterilization. Is that dangerous?
Hello, Ms.wi Puspitaa Thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com. Basically, sterilization is a permanent birth control method that aims to prevent fertilization so that it produces another pregnancy. For sterilization in women is done by tubal ligation or tubal occlusion. The goal is that sperm do not meet with the ovum and fertilization process can not occur. However, sterilization will not affect hormone levels, sex drive and the ability of individuals to have sex.
The success of the sterilization procedure was almost 100%, but in the study found that there were failures of less than 0.01% who were declared pregnant despite undergoing sterilization. However, these failures are usually caused by other factors such as:
the implant in the tube is not installed properly
only one tuba was successfully closed
pregnancy occurs before the procedure is performed
not to use supporting contraception properly before the fallopian tube is completely closed
Menstruation that does not come can be caused by several factors, such as:
weight gain / obesity
sudden BB decline
excess prolactin hormone
use of hormonal contraceptives
medical disorders of polycystic ovary syndrome / PCOS
the presence of chronic diseases
Because the factors that influence are very diverse, then to determine the cause we recommend to consult an obstetrician, so that your mother can be examined completely including a complete blood test, hormone examination and an ultrasound examination to see the state of internal organs in the reproductive system. Moreover, if your mother is more than 40 years old, because if there is a disruption in her menstrual cycle, it is necessary to find out the cause whether it has to do with medical conditions such as cervical polyps, endometrial polyps, precancerous / endometrial hyperplassia, etc. Thus we can convey, hopefully our information helps you. thanks.