The Possibility Of Getting Pregnant After Intercourse And Forgetting To Take Birth Control Pills?
hi r naq taking my pills from 10 months after the 40th day of birth. I have had a period of 2 months once, but from 2 months until now I have no menstrual periods. related I remember if I haven’t taken the pills. I’m taking the pills straight away. I usually drink 8 mlm, continue 8 mlm I drink again, then the question is whether the time I relate to that is hmil.pdhal aq not menstruation already from months 2. not if you don’t menstruate, a woman is infertile yes.
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Birth control pills are a method of contraception that works by introducing hormones into the body. This hormone will later disturb the balance of hormones in the body so that it prevents a person from getting pregnant. In Indonesia, there are two types of birth control pills, which are 21 days and 28 days. Both 21 and 28, the content and the way they work are the same, the difference is only 28 days, 7 of them only contain flour and sugar.
Any contraceptive method that uses hormones, such as birth control pills, birth control injections, and implants or implants, carries a risk of irregular periods or bleeding outside of your period. Because as we said, hormones play a very important role in determining the menstrual cycle, so that even hormone levels that change due to stress or excess body weight can make menstruation irregular. But you don't need to worry because this is a side effect that is normal to find and does not mean you have a special disease.
Regarding your question, if you are still taking birth control pills on the same day, it cannot be said to be forgotten. Because the way the birth control pill works is not like a deterrent you have to take it first before having sex. Even if you miss 24 hours, you still don't need to worry because to handle it you only need to consume two grains the next day. On the other hand, if you have missed it for more than 3 days, you should consult a gynecologist and during that time, you should use another method of contraception such as condoms.
Regardless, what you need to know is that contraceptive methods that do not involve surgery can still cause pregnancy even though the chances are very low. These birth control pills, when taken properly, can avoid pregnancy by 99.9%, which in a certain condition and population, there can be 0.1% of cases where women remain pregnant despite taking birth control pills.
Finally, if your menstrual complaints continue, it never hurts to check with your gynecologist to make sure there are no other abnormalities that you have that contribute to your non-smooth menstruation. Meanwhile, maintain a healthy life by avoiding stress and cigarette smoke, exercising regularly, getting enough sleep and consuming nutrient-rich foods such as vegetables and fruit. Hopefully answered your question.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa