The Possibility Of Pregnancy If Intercourse Before The First Menstrual Period Appears After Curettage?
Tonight, sorry I want to ask. On November 13th, I had a curette. Then on November 29 I had sex but I haven’t had my first period. The doctor advised me to get in touch after the first menstruation. Can I get pregnant again if I have sex before the first menstruation ?? Thank you in advance.
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The history of the curette procedure that you went through on November 13th is a medical procedure that is indicated for certain medical problems, such as miscarriages that have not completely come out of the uterus. So with this curette procedure, it is hoped that these medical problems can be handled properly and prevent unwanted complications, such as recurrent bleeding.
In patients who have undergone a curette procedure, the patient or a woman needs a recovery process after the procedure. This can take about one week or several weeks to come. And the signs of uterine recovery after a curette can be marked by the entry of your menstrual period. If the uterus has not healed after curettage, the blood vessels in the uterine wall are still open, and there is a risk of infection. Therefore, your doctor recommends sex after menstruation or after the postpartum period is clean.
However, if you and your husband had sex before your period after the curette, but your puerperium is clean, then the possibility of pregnancy still exists, especially if ovulation has occurred and met with sperm cells. The possibility of pregnancy is even greater after your period has passed and you are in your fertile period.
And if you have intercourse when the puerperium is still active, then intercourse in the puerperium is not at risk for pregnancy.
Thus, if you have had sex, then to find out the possibility of pregnancy, you can wait for the presence or absence of menstruation that occurs within one or two months later. If your menstrual period should have been gone, but you haven't experienced it yet, then one or two weeks from possible menstruation, you can do a pregnancy test independently.
And if you are still unsure and worried, you can consult your obstetrician at the nearest hospital. Visit your doctor, especially if after two months of curettage, you haven't met your period. The doctor will evaluate this condition, so that the doctor can ascertain whether the menstrual complaint is a pregnancy, female hormonal disorders, or because of the use of birth control or other conditions. The results of the examination will be a reference and benchmark for doctors providing treatment and care according to the indications.
For now, you should wait until your menstrual period comes in. So you can plan for your next pregnancy. If you want to postpone pregnancy, then you can use KB.
Thus the info we can convey.