The Possibility Of Pregnancy If Unprotected Intercourse And Consumption Of Birth Control Pills Is Not Regular?
.. I want to ask .. I use the pills during breastfeeding .. During five months I consume, never understand menstruation .. End of this “I often forget the drug … And even before 3 to 3 days of forgetfulness … since it doesn’t use communication .. And now it’s spotting out .. When I get dizzy at the end of this “Is it possible for me to come .. As for my ankle I will be 10 months tomorrow …
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Basically, to be effective in preventing pregnancy, birth control pills must be taken every day at approximately the same hour. If you take birth control pills on an irregular basis and you have unprotected sexual intercourse, then the possibility of pregnancy is higher. Pregnancy certainly can still occur even if your child is only 10 months old because a woman's fertility after giving birth can indeed return within a period of 6 weeks after giving birth (in women who are not exclusively breastfeeding) or 6 months (in women who are breastfeeding exclusively).
We recommend that before you continue taking your birth control pill, you do a pregnancy check first to make sure the symptoms that you are experiencing are not caused by pregnancy. Because it is difficult to estimate when pregnancy hormones can be detected by a pregnancy checkup (because your menstrual cycle is not yet regular), you should check with your obstetrician in advance for planning to restart your birth control. If indeed you have difficulty taking birth control pills every day, you should also consider using other types of birth control. There are many other types of birth control that are safe for breastfeeding mothers to use, for example 3-month injectable birth control, implantation, or IUD.
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