Starting A Family Planning Program After Having Sex?
Good afternoon … I want to ask … My child is almost 2 months old, is it permissible after having direct contact with the KB program ?? … thank you
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Contraception is a method or tool used to prevent pregnancy. There are various types of contraception, each with their respective advantages and disadvantages, such as natural methods, birth control pills, male and female condoms, family planning injections, implants, IUDs, spermicides, diaphragms, cervical cap, ortho evra patch, vaginal ring, and withdrawal method.
Starting a family planning program after having sex that is not yet protected by contraception certainly cannot prevent pregnancy, but that does not mean there will definitely be a pregnancy. Actually breastfeeding can prevent pregnancy, only if breastfeeding is done routinely when exclusive breastfeeding and has not menstruated since after giving birth.
I suggest you should not start the family planning program until you are proven not to be pregnant. To ensure not to get pregnant, that is by waiting for menstruation or by carrying out a test pack 3-7 days after sex. While waiting for the results of the testpack, use a condom if you want to have sex to make it safer. If you are still unsure, please consult directly with a specialist obstetric and gynecologist for more detailed information.
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