No Menstruation For 8 Months While Taking Birth Control Pills And Breastfeeding?
Afternoon, I want to ask ?! I have given birth to u0026plusmn; 9 months, after the postpartum period I finished immediately using kb pills, but after 1 month I used the kb, I stopped the problem because of nausea and continued, after I stopped kb I started with mens like usual, but after that for the following month I have never been mens during the u0026plusmn; 8 months I tested negative I am still breastfeeding for my child.
Thank you for the question.
In mothers who have given birth and are breastfeeding, menstruation does not last for months often due to hormonal effects that are not balanced. Your condition that previously used hormonal birth control (including birth control pills) can also cause your menstrual patterns to be disrupted, unlike before you got pregnant.
If you have done a testpack and the results are negative, chances are that your condition is not related to pregnancy. But it could be, your testpack is negative because you are too early to do a testpack, or due to an incorrect testpack procedure. Apart from pregnancy, menstruation can also be caused by other factors, for example stress, fatigue, obesity, unhealthy diet, lack of exercise, side effects of drugs, even an illness, such as ovarian cysts, hyperthyroidism, and so on.
It's better not to worry. Focus on breastfeeding your baby until he is 2 years or older. In addition, also take time to exercise regularly, eat lots of vegetables and whole grains, eat lots of fruits rich in antioxidants, don't stress or think too much, maintain ideal body weight, and also get enough rest in the middle of activities You take care of the baby. Do not forget, in order to avoid the distance between pregnancies that are too close, you are also advised to use contraception according to doctor's advice.
If you have more than 1 year of menstruation, you still do not come even though you have made the above efforts, we suggest, check yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician to find the best solution.
I hope this helps.