Use Of Appropriate And Safe Contraceptive Pills?
so I usually study carefully before using contraceptive pills,
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There are 2 types of contraceptive pills, namely combination and non-combination contraceptive pills. The contraceptive pill that you mentioned belongs to the first type, the combination contraceptive pill, because it contains a combination of estrogen and synthetic progesterone. These hormones can be very effective in preventing pregnancy if used correctly, namely by thickening the cervical mucus, inhibiting ovulation (rupture of a mature egg), and making it difficult to implant the results of fertilization into the uterine wall.
Of course, in a free forum like this, it is not ethical if we describe in detail the correct dosage of taking the correct contraceptive pill. Because, this dose can vary greatly depending on the intended use, the user's condition, and many other factors. In addition, all types of contraceptive pills are not included in the class of over-the-counter drugs, so their use must be carried out under the direct supervision of a doctor. Consumption of improper contraceptive pills is certainly not without risk. In many cases, improper use of contraceptive pills risks causing allergies, bleeding disorders, abnormal menstrual patterns, nausea, weight gain, headaches, decreased sexual desire, and so on. Not everyone is also right to use contraceptive pills as a way to prevent pregnancy.
Our advice, before taking the contraceptive pill, first check yourself to the doctor or obstetrician. That way, your doctor can certainly judge whether it is right for you to take the contraceptive pill, or not. Even if appropriate, the doctor himself will explain in detail the procedures for its use.
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