Menstrual Blood Suddenly Comes Out A Lot In Users Of The IUD?
I have been using the IUD for 6 months. what I want to ask is normal, huh? Menstruation in this month menstrual blood comes out so much that I have to change pads every 1-2 hours because it goes through my pants even though the previous month menstrual blood that came out was not too much like now.
IUD is a type of long-term contraception that is done by putting contraception in the womb. The IUD aims to disrupt the process of sperm traveling to the ovum cells. The IUD also creates an atmosphere of the uterus and vagina that is not suitable for fertilization of ovum cells by sperm. There are contraceptives that contain hormones or not. This type of contraception is actually practical because it can last for a period of several years and avoid forgetting the consumption of pills or injections.
The problem is, the IUD is considered a foreign body by the body. It triggers the body's immune response. The result is often the volume and duration of heavy and long menstrual bleeding. This is naturally experienced by people with an IUD. However, if you have to replace pads very often, there are clots of blood clots, accompanied by pale, weak, lethargic, drowsy, not concentrated, headaches, then there is a possibility you experience anemia due to bleeding. Visit your obstetrician. The doctor may need to do an ultrasound to assess the location of the IUD and assess the condition of the uterus. Doctors also need to do blood sample analysis to look for anemia. If necessary, your doctor may be able to provide hormone therapy.
Thus my explanation, hopefully useful. Regards.