Take Two Different Brands Of Progesterone Hormone Drugs At The Same Time?
Hello my doctor, puput wants to ask, on the 24th I drank primolut because I had regular menstruation, while on the 25th I had intercourse and the sperm was inserted in, then I drank Postinor 2 in the afternoon, after that night I went back to drinking primolut to launch the menstrual cycle, can drinking primolut and postinor make you pregnant? Because primolut thickens the uterine wall to prepare for sperm to enter, but instead I have intercourse, but I also immediately took the doctor’s postinor, but at night I took primolut again, how? Thank you
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Both postinor and primolut both have an active synthetic progesterone hormone composition. This hormone, when consumed into the body can change the balance of reproductive hormones. The effects can vary, including inhibiting pregnancy, making menstruation run more smoothly, and so on.
You need to know beforehand, that the two drugs you are taking are not included in the free drug class that you can take carelessly without a prescription and supervision from a doctor. Consumption of this drug is not without side effects. Some of the side effects, such as allergies, abnormal vaginal bleeding, sleep disturbances, hirsutism, loss, itching, weight gain, mood disorders, dizziness, swelling, bloating, nausea, headache, decreased libido, shortness of breath, increased blood pressure, blood clotting disorders, and so on can lurk if consumption of this drug is not done with the right indications and methods. The consumption of these two types of drugs at the same time can further increase the risk of side effects as mentioned above.
Therefore, you should not continue your habit. If you want to launch your period, it is safer for you to first take the natural steps, namely by:
Sleep more regularly Exercise once every 1 to 2 days Do not overeat instant and preservative foods Eat more foods that contain lots of antioxidants No stress or excessive anxiety Do not take drugs carelessly To prevent pregnancy, postinor (emergency contraceptive pills) is not appropriate to be consumed carelessly without supervision from a doctor. The use of emergency contraceptive pills, as the name implies, is more aimed at cases that are emergency, for example on victims of rape, and so on. It is better if you visit a doctor or gynecologist in person regarding choosing the right type of contraception for you and your partner. There are various types of contraception that can be chosen, ranging from mechanical contraceptives (such as condoms or diaphragms), hormonal contraceptives (such as birth control pills, injectable contraceptives, implant contraceptives), to IUDs. Selection of this type of contraception needs to be done by considering age, posture, general health condition, history of illness, and plans for a future pregnancy.
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