No Menstruation After Postpartum Bleeding In Busui?
Good morning doctor … I’m Rosyi 26th. I gave birth to my second child in April 2019. After giving birth after childbirth until now, I haven’t had my period at all. I also take lactation-dependent pills. what I ask: 1. Can I get pregnant if I take the pill late? Thank you, Doctor
Thank you for the question.
No menstruation until months after giving birth is generally reasonable because of hormonal conditions that are not balanced. If you are breastfeeding exclusively breastfed, have not reached your ideal weight after childbirth, lack of exercise, often experience stress, also use lactation birth control, then this condition can further make your menstruation delayed longer.
Even so, your menstruation does not necessarily post-menstruation does not necessarily indicate that you are not in fertile condition. If you are late or forgetful about taking birth control pills, then obviously you have the potential to become pregnant when having unprotected sex.
In some rare cases, not menstruation for months can also indicate a disease, such as ovarian cysts, hyperthyroidism, pituitary adenomas, and so on. If this is the case, complaints will often occur long before you are even pregnant.
But it never hurts, if you feel worried, try to check yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician for further examination, such as with ultrasound, blood tests, or hormone tests. Through this step, the doctor can only conclude, whether your condition is still reasonable or not, and if not, then what steps should be taken to overcome it.
In the meantime, you should focus on improving your lifestyle to be healthier, including with more rest, exercising regularly, returning your ideal weight, don't stress too much, drinking lots of water and eating fruits and vegetables. Do not forget, regularly take your birth control pills as directed by your doctor if you want to postpone pregnancy.
Hope this helps ...