Menstruation Late Even Though I Regularly Take The Lb Pill?
I want it … In October I menstruated on 6 but on October 18 I also menstruated again … In November I did not menstruate very high … When I took the pill the mainstay of lactation like leucorrhoea accompanied by brown blood … That’s a sign of what it is … Until now I still take lactation pills as usual … But I don’t menstruate … My child is now 7 months old. Can I get pregnant with these characteristics?
Thank you for the question.
Birth control pills, provided they are consumed regularly at the same time every day, are known to be very effective in preventing pregnancy (potential failure is less than 1%). Moreover, judging by the condition of you who are still breastfeeding a 7 month baby, your chances of getting pregnant seem to be very small.
Irregular menstrual patterns, accompanied by the discharge of excessive brown bloody vaginal discharge, may appear because:
Unbalanced hormones, usually due to the influence of birth control, childbirth, stress, fatigue, not ideal body weight, eating disorders, lack of exercise or excessive exercise
Pituitary gland tumors, and so on
If your complaint has only lasted less than 3 months, it seems you don't need to worry too much. Be more disciplined in living a healthy lifestyle, including by sleeping more regularly, avoiding excessive stress or anxiety, eating more vegetables and fruits, exercising regularly every day, do not carelessly take medicine or supplements to facilitate menstruation, and stay away from cigarettes and alcohol. Do not forget, keep taking your birth control pills regularly and breastfeed your baby to avoid the risk of pregnancy that is too close.
If within 3 months your menstruation still does not go normal, you should immediately check with your doctor or obstetrician directly to find the best solution huh ..
I hope this helps.