Menstruation With A Longer Period Of Time After 3 Months Of Injection Contraception?
Ass, I want to ask about the problem I experienced, this is the story r n3 months ago I gave birth and now I am following the KB program, namely injection kb which is 3 months, but until now I am still menstruating, previously I was clean from menstruation for 2 days and I too Hb with my husband, but after my husband and I miss V, my blood is bleeding, is it menstrual blood or not? Or because there is a wound inside, I ask for an explanation, I am worried and feel uncomfortable because the menstrual period is very long, I am also afraid that if something happens to my uterus
Wa alaikumsalam, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Before continuing, we would like to inform you that actually, for mothers who have just given birth, can delay menstruation or simply contraception, naturally by breastfeeding. This can be done exclusively by breastfeeding the correct method. For more on this you can read by clicking the following link to our article on Delaying Pregnancy with Breast Milk or by asking your obstetrician directly.
Then back to your question, Injectable birth control is a method of contraception or postponement of pregnancy that uses changes in hormone levels in the body to prevent a woman from becoming pregnant. Not only injectable contraceptives, other contraceptive methods that use hormones such as birth control pills and implants / implants, there are side effects that often arise and include irregular menstruation. This irregular menstruation can be interpreted as being faster or longer than normal.
Among other reasons for irregular menstruation apart from the use of hormonal birth control are:
Stress, anxiety, panic Fatigue, lack of sleep, too much activity Exercising too extreme Excess weight or less body weight increases and decreases too drastically Consumption of fatty foods Other health problems such as thyroid gland disorders and ovarian cysts
Meanwhile, among the causes of bleeding after sexual intercourse are:
Having sex while menstruating. Dry vagina. Friction during sexual intercourse. Bacterial infection of the vagina. Thinning, drying and inflammation of the vagina due to a lack of the hormone estrogen. Often occurs in nursing mothers. Other medical conditions such as polyps.
Our advice, keep checking your condition to the obstetrician for further checks. Your doctor will then ask you some questions to dig up your history and perform a physical exam, perhaps looking at the inside of your vagina. If needed, your doctor will also order blood tests to rule out infection.
Among the things you can do at home before seeing your doctor is not having sex first. Even if you want to have sexual intercourse, make sure you and your partner have done enough foreplay to lubricate your vagina. In addition, keep your female organs clean by washing your genitals from front to back and not the other way around. You can find out more by clicking the following link to Cause Bleeding After Intercourse. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa