Safe Choice Of Contraception After 2 Weeks Of Miscarriage?
After 2 weeks of miscarriage can I immediately use contraception? Because I want to postpone pregnancy. Can I use injectable contraceptives? And will it not make my uterus dry or my menstruation disrupted? Because I don’t have children yet.
I'm sorry about your loss. Women who miscarried should give time to restore the uterus and endometrium (the lining of the uterus) because the uterus and endometrium that have not recovered are more at risk of causing repeated miscarriages.
After a miscarriage you can use various methods of contraception such as condons or hormonal contraceptives such as birth control pills or injections. However, keep in mind that any contraceptive with hormonal ingredients can cause disruption to the menstrual cycle and affect fertility even if it has been discontinued. These side effects are very dependent on the dose of hormonal contraceptives used and the duration of use.
If you are in doubt about what contraception you should use, then you should consult directly with a gynecologist to get advice that fits your condition and needs.
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