No Menstruation For Almost 2 Years For Implant KB Users?
Aslmk …. Mlm, I am a mother of 29 years old mother of 3 children … I ask, I put 4 months implants after the birth of my 3rd child … 7hr after direct menstruation, loose 7hr until almost the age of my child stepping 22 months no menstruation at all. Well, so my question is, why is it almost almost the age of my child at 23 months when I’m menstruating … ?? Normally ?? Menstruation 7hr …. release 7hr again menstruation a day … clean again at this time …. that’s what it is … always free 7hr that I was in touch once Ben … then menstruating that day … how come I was worried … can get pregnant again or not huh … while my 3rd child is still young😞. sorry🙏.Thank you for the answer ….
Thank you for the question.
KB implants contain synthetic progesterone hormone that is implanted into the body so that it is released slowly into the blood. In this way, KB implants can be very effective in preventing pregnancy as long as it is used correctly and periodic control is carried out during use.
Because of its synthetic hormone content, implant KB users are not uncommon to become irregular menstruation, i.e. can not be menstruating for months, if menstruation is more frequent, less frequent, experiencing repeated bleeding after sexual intercourse, or instead of prolonged menstruation. So, your current condition may still be a reasonable side effect of implant KB.
But indeed, it can also be irregular menstrual patterns as you experience due to the influence of pregnancy, pregnancy disorders (such as miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, wine pregnancy), or a disease, such as pelvic inflammation, myoma, endometriosis, cervical cancer, and so on. Even though it is very small, KB implant users still have the potential to become pregnant. Depending on the cause, this condition may or may not be dangerous.
If indeed your complaint is very disturbing, you should check with your doctor or obstetrician for further examination, such as ultrasound, pap smears, or other supporting tests. For now, what needs to be done:
Do not have sexual intercourse if there is still a lot of blood coming out of your birth canal. Get plenty of rest. Exercise every day Eat more fruits, vegetables, and drink more water Don't overeat instant foods and have preservatives Don't get too stressed Don't take any medicine Hopefully it helps ..