It Is Important To Consider The Midwife Before Serving Patients Who Request Contraceptive Pills?
Hello wr wbDok, I want to ask. Before deciding to provide contraceptive services, what things do midwives need to pay attention to besides checking whether the patient is really married or not? Thank you … Thank you, wr wb
Hello, thanks for the question.
Contraception is a method to prevent the occurrence of pregnancy. There are so many types of contraception, there are pills, injections, implants, spirals, condoms, and so on. The mechanism of action of these contraceptives varies, depending on the type, some work by blocking sperm from entering the female vagina, others work by thickening cervical mucus, preventing ovulation, affecting the body's hormonal system so it is not suitable for infant development, etc. so. Before using contraception some things that must be done by health workers include:
Ensuring contraceptive users are not pregnant Inquire about absolute or relative contra indications, health status, menstrual history, family history, physical examination and pelvic examination. Provide an explanation of the types, ways of working, side effects, strengths, and weaknesses of each contraceptive. Adjusting contraception with age, lifestyle, frequency of intercourse, number of families desired, experience with past contraceptives, femininity and femininity. Therefore, before choosing the type of contraception you will use, you should ask your midwife, doctor or obstetrician to explain the types of contraception and ask for advice on the type of contraception that is most precisely adapted to health conditions and family desires. So that the use of contraception can be done comfortably, providing benefits and minimizing side effects.
Thus, hopefully it helps.