Is It Possible To Install An Implant KB After 8 Months Of Delivery By Cesarean Section?
Tonight, I want to ask. 8m ago I gave birth to SC. Then in the second month after giving birth I have menstruation but only just spots and after that it stops until I haven’t menstruated again. Then today I installed the implant, is that okay? Thank you
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Birth control devices or birth control devices such as implants, birth control injections, birth control pills, and condoms, can be used at any time after you give birth, as long as you have no obstructions. Barriers include not wanting to change the menstrual cycle, taking certain medications, having liver disease, having a history or having breast cancer, and having vascular disease, a history of heart disease or stroke.
Contraception such as an IUD can be installed immediately within 48 hours after giving birth. But after 48 hours, you have to wait for several weeks to be installed to avoid the risk of the IUD being pushed out after installation.
So regarding your question, it doesn't matter if you now decide to install an implant KB. Because as we said before, basically you can install it at any time after giving birth, if you are ready.
For additional information, for every woman after childbirth, they can do natural contraception techniques, namely by breastfeeding their children exclusively. This is called the LAM method or lactational amenorrhea. By exclusively breastfeeding your child, you can be protected until your child is 6 months old, and if so far you breastfeed your child exclusively, that could be why you haven't menstruated until now. So, hopefully answering your question.