The Cause If You Take The Wrong Birth Control Medicine?
morning, I’m a 25-year-old mother, but I’ve only used the mainstay birth control pill for breastfeeding but after the birth control pill ended, why haven’t I got my period yet? drink on the left, can it fail birth control? Does taking birth control pills have to follow the sign, if it’s wrong, how do you drink it? thank you.
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Birth control pills that are specifically for breastfeeding mothers as you are using contain active substances derived from the hormone progesterone (in this case linestrenol). This hormone prevents pregnancy, one of which is by inhibiting ovulation, the rupture of a mature egg. Therefore, it is very natural that you do not experience menstruation while using this KB.
However, you also need to know that in addition to the side effects of the birth control you are taking, your menstrual problems can also occur due to other reasons, for example:
Breastfeeding --- hormones that regulate the production and ejection of breast milk can suppress the production of hormones that regulate ovulation and menstruation Pregnant --- users of birth control pills can get pregnant if they are not taken in the right way Unhealthy lifestyle, for example stress, lack of exercise, unhealthy diet, obesity, taking certain drugs Certain diseases, for example ovarian cysts, hyper or hypothyroidism, etc. Consumption of the correct birth control pills starts from active pills (pills containing hormones) until they are finished, then followed by placebo pills (pills that do not contain hormones) hormone). Are your birth control pills correct? You can consult a gynecologist directly to make sure.
Your doctor will likely do a thorough physical examination as well as an ultrasound to assess the possible cause of your complaint. The examination is also intended to evaluate whether you are the right candidate to use the birth control pill. If not, maybe the doctor will recommend other contraceptives that are also safe for breastfeeding mothers.
In the meantime, you should change your lifestyle to be healthier so that menstruation runs more regularly, namely by sleeping regularly, avoiding fatigue, eating healthy and nutritious foods, not smoking or consuming alcohol, and exercising regularly.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah