Pregnant Program After 3 Months Injection
Hello doc, in November 2019 I miscarried and was cured, then on December 2 I injected 3 months because according to the obstetrician I should not be pregnant for 3 months. My injection period expired on February 24, 2020 and I didn’t continue because I wanted to get pregnant. During the injection I did not menstruate, and until now I have not menstruated. Is my fertility not back yet? How do I get my fertility back quickly, because I want to get pregnant doc. thank you
Thank you for the question.
After a miscarriage, some doctors can indeed suggest that the pregnancy program be delayed for a while. The goal is to give your uterus and other reproductive organs time to recover and be ready to conceive a new fetus. At this time, you can use contraception to prevent the gap between pregnancy being too close.
If you use 3-month injectable birth control, this KB often keeps the user from menstruating for a while due to the synthetic hormone progesterone content in it. Not infrequently, you will also have more difficulty getting pregnant after the injection of the KB has expired. However, as long as you are disciplined to live a healthy lifestyle, including the discipline of exercising at least 30 minutes a day, eating more vegetables and grains, eating lots of fruits, don't stress, keeping your body weight in order to remain ideal, don't carelessly take medicine or herbs and enough rest 6-9 hours a day, this condition is often harmless and will improve on its own without the need for special treatment.
Therefore, no need to worry huh .. Try you more carefully record your menstrual schedule, and calculate the fertile period. So that the potential for pregnancy increases, do regular sexual intercourse every 1-3 days, especially in the fertile period, while accompanied by living a healthy lifestyle as we have mentioned above.
If for a long time (more than 6 months) you are still difficult to get pregnant, do not hesitate to invite your husband also to check directly to the doctor or obstetrician to find the right pregnancy program solution.
Hope this helps ...