It Is Not Suitable To Use Spiral Birth Control And Have Not Removed It, What Is The Danger?
In the afternoon, I want to ask. R nI am using the unsuitable spiral KB, but I can’t let go of the KB. R nIs it dangerous?
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A spiral or IUD is a contraceptive that is inserted into the uterus. Made of plastic and shaped letter T. This tool can not be inserted by the patient. Installation of this device is carried out by medical personnel in health facilities. There are two types of spirals, including:
1. Copper spiral, is a spiral with a copper material. In addition to inhibiting sperm cells from fertilizing an egg in the ovary tract, it can also inhibit the development of a fertilized egg, due to copper which is slowly released into the female reproductive tract. These contraceptives can last up to 10 years.
2. Hormonal spiral, is a spiral with hormone content that is released slowly into the female reproductive tract. In addition to inhibiting sperm cells from entering the ovary tract to fertilize the egg, it can also prevent the thickening of the uterine wall and make the cervical mucus sticky, making it difficult for sperm cells to penetrate the cervix. This is the effect of hormones that are released slowly. Can last up to 3 to 5 years.
There are positive and negative sides to using spiral contraceptives. The positive sides of using this tool include:
1. Can be used for a long period of time.
2. Effectiveness in preventing pregnancy is quite high.
3. Can be removed at any time with fertility immediately returned after the tool is removed.
The negative sides that can arise include:
1. It costs quite expensive.
2. Cannot prevent the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases.
3. The use of hormonal spiral can cause acne, black spots on the face, headaches, mood changes and breast tenderness. However, these side effects may disappear after a few months of use.
4. The copper spiral can cause profuse menstrual bleeding and stomach cramps. Usually this effect can also disappear after a few months of use.
I suggest you can use pain relievers such as paracetamol to treat the side effects of headaches, breast pain and cramps in the stomach if these side effects appear to you. If the side effect you are referring to is an acne problem, you can wash your face more often than usual and use acne medication after consulting a dermatologist.
It is better if you discuss the side effects you are experiencing with the medical personnel who attaches your spiral device, so that these side effects can be managed properly.
So, hopefully it's useful.