The Possibility Of Pregnancy If You Stop KB And Have Not Menstruated?
At night … I open the implant for 3 years, I want to look for the second child again. BTP Midwives give me a combination pill for 3 months … I only drink for 5 days but I have a headache while I haven’t had my period yet. I don’t want to continue what can get pregnant while I haven’t menstruated. thank you
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Users of implant KB (implant) often do not experience menstruation for a long time. This condition is generally natural due to the side effects of hormonal balance which is disturbed due to the entry of synthetic hormones into the implant KB into the body. Not infrequently, menstrual disorders will persist even after KB implants are no longer used. Fertility also often returns slower after the use of KB implants are used. Therefore, many former family planning users have difficulty having children again within a few moments after using this KB. Often, impaired hormonal balance after the use of KB implants will improve in 1 to 3 months if you live a healthy lifestyle.
Without checking your condition directly, we do not understand what is the basis for giving these birth control pills to you. However, the consumption of birth control pills in some sensitive people can indeed trigger side effects such as dizziness and headaches. If the dizziness you feel is great, you should ignore it. Check with yourself directly to a doctor or neurologist to be evaluated, is it true that the dizziness arises purely due to the side effects of the birth control pill you are taking, or is there another reason that needs special treatment. If necessary, the doctor will coordinate with an obstetrician to help your menstruation run more smoothly making it easier for you and your partner to plan your pregnancy again.
For now, you should first make the following efforts:
Get plenty of rest, don't sleep late at night Eat regularly, drink enough Get plenty of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains that are rich in antioxidants Don't think about anything too complicated, so don't stress Routine exercise for always ideal body weight Avoid alcohol, excessive caffeine, and cigarettes Do not carelessly take other medications, including menstrual fluids. Regularly have sex 2 to 3 days so that the chance of pregnancy is greater Hopefully it helps yes ..