Kb Microgynon Pills?
, I want to ask and I hope my question is answered. nSurprisingly 1 year ago in July I took off the Kb pill. Until now, my period is still irregular. During my pregnancy loss, I only had 2 periods. What if I want to add more children, while my menstruation is irregular.
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Discontinuation of contraceptive use will increase the chances of pregnancy. The type of contraceptive used can affect how quickly the pregnancy occurs. Generally, if you do not breastfeed the baby, menstruation will return after 4-10 weeks after delivery, but menstruation will come longer if you exclusively breastfeed the baby.
For the type of birth control itself also affects how quickly to get pregnant. For example, by using condoms or spermicide gel, the pregnancy process will occur faster. For hormonal contraceptives such as implants or birth control pills, it will usually take about 3-18 months to get pregnant again after discontinuing use of contraception.
Some tips that can be done to get pregnant immediately after removing contraception are:
Calculate the period of ovulation. You can use an ovulation predictor kit that can be purchased at the nearest pharmacy. Once you know your ovulation time, it is advisable to have sexual intercourse before the time of ovulation. Because sperm cells can survive in the uterus for about 2-3 days, while women's eggs can only last about 1 day to be fertilized Avoid using lubricating fluids during sexual intercourse Have regular sexual intercourse with partners at least 3-4 times a week to increase the possibility of pregnancy Consult with a gynecologist related to the pregnancy program. That's the information we can convey. May be useful
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