Knowing The Fertile Period After Prolonged Menstruation In Injection Family Planning Users?
Good afternoon, I have aura, I want to ask againrnIn January the 2nd, I injected the one month birth control, when after the birth control I immediately had my period until March the 7th, that’s me, within 2 months I checked the midwife and what was right from the midwife the second because the first obstetrician, one blood was still coming out, even more check the obstetrics, the second was given blood-stopping medicine, he said maybe it was the influence of family planning, thank God, I took the medicine for 3 days I stopped having my period. Then a week after that I came back, 2 days clean again, two days later I’m back on my period for a week and then two more days later I have vaginal discharge for 2 daysrnSmrang I’m confused how the fertile period is calculated, I’ve been white for 3 days nowrnThank you. Please answer 🙏🏻
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Because it contains synthetic hormone preparations, users of 1-month injectable contraceptives often experience changes in their menstrual cycle. This is because the effects of hormones in injectable contraceptives cause disturbances in the balance of reproductive hormones that are naturally produced in the body.
If you look at your previous menstrual history, your menstrual cycle is very irregular. This is certainly difficult in the process of determining the fertile period if it is only done based on the calendar method.
Therefore, to determine the fertile period, you should not rely on the calendar method. Here's an alternative way that you can do:
Observation of cervical mucus
You can do this method by observing the whitish mucus that comes out of your vagina. Before ovulation (rupture of the egg), vaginal mucus will generally be produced more, is clear, and is very elastic when stretched (similar to egg white). Avoid using vaginal fragrance soap for a more accurate examination. Basal body temperature measurement
You can do this method by measuring your body temperature since the last day of your period. Normally, during ovulation, your body temperature will increase slightly, which is about 0.3 degrees Celsius. This increase in temperature can last up to 2 - 3 days. Using an ovulation predictor tool
Today, you can easily get many ovulation predictor kits at the nearest medical device store or pharmacy. Choose a tool that has a high sensitivity and use it according to the instructions for use listed on the packaging. If you experience difficulties, don't hesitate to consult directly with an obstetrician.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah