Taking Hormones If You Can Get Pregnant.?
Good afternoon .. I am a married woman aged 20 years, my marriage age is almost 1 year but have not been blessed with a baby. Last January I missed my period for one full month then on 12 February I menstruated until March 6, then on March 24 the obstacle was again until April 4. Then I was hospitalized because of anemia and lack of hemoglobin and blood transfusion, after being discharged I was given Norestil medication by the hospital doctor. The question is, my husband and I really want a baby, if I continue to take norestil medicine, can I get pregnant? Or even difficult to get pregnant … Thank you.
Good evening Laily, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Norestil contains the hormone progesterone which is useful for overcoming endometriosis, menstrual cycle disorders and contraceptives. Some sources say the drug can reduce excess menstrual blood and normalize the menstrual cycle with an effectiveness of> 80%.
This drug also functions as a contraceptive, and can therefore prevent pregnancy.
It is recommended to you to consult with a gynecologist (the same, or can also ask for a second opinion from a different doctor) for the decision to administer the drug, don't dismiss yourself without consulting a doctor first. If the doctor considers there are indications, the doctor may conduct supporting examinations such as ultrasonography (USG), hormone testing, or suggestions for curettage procedures to assess uterine tissue abnormalities. It aims to find out the specific cause of your complaint.
The following article is about menstrual complaints that you can read: menstrual complaints that need to be aware of.
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