KB Is Safe For People With FAM?
I want to ask, before I know about breast tumors from Dr. General, I haven’t checked out to Dr. Surgery because I’m afraid to see the results, I’m already married, I’m 22 years old, I want to postpone having a child but I’m confused to find a safe KB for me , I really want to use the pb pill, he said, the safe clan is non hormonal and non estrogen, but what is the pill, please advise, thanks
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
Pregnancy planning is important for the family. The preparation of a pregnancy plan is based on the age of the couple and the purpose of family planning. In general, the recommended time interval between two pregnancies is 2-5 years. If you and your husband are both at productive age (20-35 years) and plan to postpone pregnancy, you and your husband can consider using contraception. Types of contraception that are recommended for the purpose of delaying pregnancy in a productive age husband and wife include:
Family planning pills
Spiral (intrauterine device [IUD] / intrauterine device [IUD])
In connection with the information that you are said to have a lump in the left breast, we recommend that you first check the lump to an oncologist so that you can ascertain the underlying cause of the lump. In general, in the condition of a breast lump not diagnosed, use one the 5 types of contraception mentioned are still allowed with the consideration that the benefits obtained are generally greater than the risk. If it is later discovered that a breast lump is caused by a benign tumor, for example fibroadenoma mammae (FAM), the use of one of the 5 contraceptive options is also permitted because a benign breast tumor is not a contraindication of the 5. However, if the examination results show that the breast lump is caused by cancer / breast malignancy, only the spiral and condom method can be used because patients with breast cancer may not use pill, injection, or implant type contraception. In addition, regardless of the diagnosis obtained later, if there is a history of cancer / breast cancer in your family, the use of pill types, injections, or implants is also not recommended, unless there are no other methods that are more appropriate or acceptable.
Do not hesitate to consult with a doctor or obstetrician and obstetrician regarding the type of contraception that is suitable for you to use. To enrich insight, you can read articles about the types of contraception. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.