Which Emergency Pill Is Suitable For Nursing Mothers And Is Not Harmful To Children?
Hello doctor, I am currently nursing my 1 year old child. I really need an emergency pill. what is the emergency pill that is suitable for me who is breastfeeding? which has no effect on ASI and my child. Thank you doctor.
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Breastfeeding can actually be one of the natural contraceptive methods that can protect you from pregnancy. Therefore, hormones that regulate milk production can suppress the production of hormones that regulate menstruation. But indeed, as the baby gets older, the less likely he will suckle, and the higher your potential for pregnancy if you have unprotected sex.
Emergency birth control pills are an alternative that can be used to prevent pregnancy. In this pill contained synthetic hormone progesterone, which if used properly, can inhibit the meeting of the egg cell with sperm cells, while preventing the implantation of the results of fertilization into the uterine wall. However, you need to know, this emergency birth control pill is not included in the class of over-the-counter medicines. In addition, the use of emergency birth control pills, as the name suggests, is only appropriate for emergency conditions, for example victims of sexual harassment. So, it is not appropriate to be made as a routine pregnancy prevention effort as you want to do. Because of that, it's not right if we explicitly mention the details of how to use and what kind of emergency birth control pill is right for you in a free forum like this.
If you and your partner do not intend to get pregnant again, it is more appropriate if you or your partner use contraception that has been tested for effectiveness before sexual intercourse. There are various types of contraception, ranging from those that contain hormones and do not contain hormones, which you can make choices in efforts to prevent pregnancy and adjust the distance between pregnancies. You can consult directly with your doctor or obstetrician in this regard.
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