Where To Start Taking Kb Breastfeeding Pills But Not Menstruation Yet?
Hello dokBini, I haven’t menstruated after giving birth on May 3, 2018, the plan is that I want to use the contraceptive pill for breastfeeding, which pill should I take? Thank you.
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The use of birth control pills has two types, namely birth control pills that have a combination of estrogen and progesterone, some have only a component of progesterone. Some types of estrogen and progesterone combination birth control pills have several different ways of working depending on the components of the pill combination (monophasic, biphasic, trifasic, and tetrafasik).
There are several things that need to be known regarding the consumption of birth control pills as a contraceptive:
Birth control pills should not be taken by pregnant women or possibly pregnant. It is recommended to consult a doctor for pregnancy status.
Nursing mothers should not use birth control pills as a contraceptive. Consultation needs to be considered for other contraceptive methods, such as a spiral (IUD), implanted birth control, or injectable birth control.
Not all women are suitable for using birth control pills as a contraceptive. Some considerations that doctors will consider before allowing women to take birth control pills include:
Diseases suffered, especially heart and blood vessel disease, hypertension, diabetes, and breast, uterine, and liver cancer.
Medications that are being consumed.
Women over 35 years old using birth control pills can increase the risk of heart disease.
Seeing the condition of the mother is still in the breastfeeding phase, need further consideration regarding the consumption of birth control pills themselves as a contraceptive. It is recommended to consult with the relevant obstetrician to undergo a safe and optimal examination and selection of family planning methods.
Hopefully this information helps you,