Spit Out After Injection Of 3 Months KB?
night. I want to ask my child at the age of 8 months … since giving birth until the age of 7 months I have not had my period exclusive breastfeeding. the next day out like menstruation in general, sometimes many u0026amp; just just a spots but until now it still doesn’t stop .. what do I do? am I not suitable to use KB for 3 months ?? It’s better if I do it or not .. afraid of being broken in … beg for a solution … thanks
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, before using 3-month injection KB, have you checked yourself to the doctor?
No menstruation after giving birth does not always indicate pregnancy or an illness. This condition can be very reasonable due to hormonal conditions that have not been balanced. Breastfeeding can also suppress the production of hormones that regulate menstruation, thus making menstruation come late. Other factors, such as stress, fatigue, excess weight, side effects of certain medications, and extreme exercise can also make menstruation does not come.
3-month injectable birth control contains synthetic progesterone which, if injected regularly, can prevent ovulation, and pregnancy will be difficult. However, because of this hormonal content too, it is not uncommon for 3-month injection users to experience abnormal menstrual patterns, including what you are experiencing right now. For this reason, before choosing a type of contraception, you are strongly advised to see a doctor first. Because, not everyone is suitable to use all types of contraception. Aside from the side effects of birth control, bleeding that you are experiencing right now may also occur due to miscarriage, hormonal disorders, endometriosis, pelvic inflammation, myomas, uterine polyps, cervical cancer, and many other possibilities.
The good, you go first check yourself to the doctor or obstetrician. Through physical examination, blood tests, ultrasound, hormone tests, or maybe other supporting tests, often the doctor can give you the best treatment. As to what type of KB that is suitable for you to use can also be decided through this check. At home, you can speed up the improvement of your condition in the following ways:
Keep diligently breastfeeding your baby until your baby's age is 24 months or more
Not always excessive physical activity if there is still a lot of bleeding from the vagina
Eat more vegetables, fruits, and whole grains
Not always having excessive sex involving vaginal penetration, if there is still a lot of bleeding out of your vagina
Regular exercise 3-5 times a week
Don't stress too much
Do not also carelessly take medicine
Hope this helps ...