The Use Of Birth Control Pills That Do Not Affect Milk Production?
Tonight, I’m a nursing mother. Is trinoldiol * -28 pilbkb safe for nursing mothers and does not inhibit breast milk? Then I have to start from mna since this month I have not menstruated. Thank you
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There are 2 types of birth control pills, there are those that contain a combination of estrogen and progesterone synthetic hormones, and there are also those that only contain synthetic progesterone hormones. The birth control pill that you mentioned is included in the first type (combined birth control pill) whose use is not recommended for breastfeeding mothers, because it can affect the production of breast milk due to the content of the hormone estrogen in it.
The choice of contraception, especially in nursing mothers, should not be done independently. You need to check your health condition directly to the doctor or obstetrician in order to choose the best type of contraception. Because, not only assesses its safety in your milk production, the choice of contraception must also be adjusted to your general health condition, age, body posture, history of illness, and future pregnancy plans again. So, you can't be careless ...
Visit your doctor directly at the nearest health facility to get complete information about the type of contraception that is most appropriate for you to use according to your condition. In the meantime, to prevent pregnancy, it is more appropriate for you or your partner to use non-hormonal contraception which is safer to use freely, for example condoms or diaphragms.
Hope this helps ...