Pregnant Surgery Outside The Womb?
Hello .. What is suitable for me? After I get pregnant outside the womb? Now, it’s already 4 weeks, why does it still feel painful … Sometimes it feels painful. In the former operation …
Good afternoon, thanks for the question
The choice of contraception in this case will depend on the current medical condition and are there any complications that aggravate postoperative measures in the history of ectopic pregnancy. If there are no severe conditions postoperatively, contraception can be used immediately afterwards. There is no specific type of contraception to choose because it can be tailored to the needs of the patient.
However, if postoperatively there are aggravating conditions such as infection of the uterus or scars, it is not recommended to use a spiral type of contraception or IUD until the infection has been treated.
Types of contraception that can be used with a long period of time with high effectiveness include:
1. Implants, can be used up to 3 years and removed more quickly
2. IUD, can be used up to 5-10 years and removed faster
3. KB combination injections, can be used for up to 13 weeks
Surgical scars that are still painful after some time need further evaluation to assess the wound directly. If complaints of pain are caused by a suspicion of infection then the condition needs to be treated immediately with medication and good wound care. Therefore do not hesitate to consult again with a doctor who previously handled you.
That's all, hope you can help.