Pain In The Palms And Feet To The Spine After Birth Control?
Night? Then on the second KB injection I felt pain in my feet and palms, and the pain was endless until after one week the pain had spread to my spine and felt hot to my feet. The palms and the feet feel itchy and painful. Do I complain about the effects of birth control or sorry injection injection procedures or other illnesses? Please enlighten me. Thanks.
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Need to be clarified, do you have a family planning injection at a doctor? What tests did you undergo before using the injection?
There are various types of contraception that you can make choices in pregnancy planning, including injection contraception. The selection of the right type of contraception should not be done haphazardly. This needs to be done by considering many factors, including age, vital signs, medical history, plans for future pregnancy, and so on. Do not let, the use of contraception that originally intended to be good, actually makes you experience health problems that reduce the quality of your life.
3-month injection KB contains a synthetic hormone progesterone that works to prevent pregnancy by inhibiting ovulation (rupture of a mature egg), fertilization (fertilization of an egg by sperm cells), and also implantation (implantation of fertilization into the uterine wall). However, the use of injectable birth control was not without side effects. Some side effects, such as irregular menstrual patterns, headaches, obesity, breast pain, decreased bone density, barriers to return to fertility after its use is stopped, and so on.
The tingling, pain, itching, and heat in your feet and hands can also be caused by these side effects. However, it could also, this complaint arises due to other causes, for example disorders of the nerve, arthritis, blood vessel disorders, diabetes, deficiency of neurotropic vitamins and minerals, nerve pain, infections, somatoform disorders, metabolic disorders, and so forth. Chances are, this condition is not related to improper family planning procedures.
All you need to do, check your complaint directly to a doctor or neurologist. With a thorough neurological examination, doctors are generally able to identify the right treatment to do. If necessary, the doctor can also do an x-ray examination, laboratory tests, or others. Here are the first steps we recommend to you:
Compress the feet and hands that have complaints with warm water
Exercise more diligently
Consumption of foods rich in B vitamins
Do not overdo the feet and hands that experience complaints
Avoid excessive emphasis on the area of the feet and hands, for example by not using tight clothing or shoes
Do not smoke
Hope this helps ...