Why After Having Menstruation Is Still Difficult To Get Pregnant?
, I used to give you 3 months injection. . For 5 years after injection, you won’t be able to use menstruation. I decided to stop because I wanted to be able to get pregnant again. . . after not having KB, for 9 months I still can’t make it. . And in the 10th month I was able to menstruate. . And that has happened for more than 1 year. . But why is it still difficult to get pregnant again. . ? Whereas in the past, she was pregnant with her first child two months after getting married right away. . And the menses were also organized yesterday. . why is it so difficult to get pregnant. ? Please answer please. . .thank you
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your confusion. Difficulties to get pregnant can occur due to several causes, both from the husband's side as well as from his wife's side. If from the husband's side, the cause could be due to a disturbance in the structure of the reproductive organs such as blocked sperm ducts, or due to abnormal sperm cells, could be due to too few, the shape is abnormal, the movement is not good and the like. From the wife's side, the cause can also be due to a disruption in the structure of the reproductive organs, and because of abnormalities in the egg cell, such as its size is too small.
Triggers from the emergence of this condition can vary, because of smoking, the habit of using tight pants for men, the presence of certain medical conditions such as ovarian cysts in women, and the like. This condition can occur at any time during the gap of years you use birth control without you knowing. To be sure, check yourself with your obstetrician and have your husband consult with a urologist. From there it will be known if there is a problem in the egg cell of you or your husband that can cause difficulty in getting pregnant. Then what treatment will be most appropriate for your condition will be determined.
But apart from all these things, basically, talking about pregnancy is actually we talk about possibilities. There are times when a woman's chances of getting pregnant are highest, namely during the fertile period, and there are moments where a woman's chances of getting pregnant are lowest, namely when menstruation. Women with normal reproductive organ structures are more likely to become pregnant than those who have only one ovary, but both can still be pregnant. Likewise with a partner whose husband only has a small amount of sperm, his wife can still get pregnant because all that is needed to get pregnant is just one sperm cell from the millions of sperm cells that normally are released each time to ejaculate, to fertilize an egg.
So what we want to say is that even if the results of the examination later you and your husband are both normal, you may not be pregnant now it is only a matter of possibility and a matter of time. It is indeed a coincidence that so far none of your egg cells can be fertilized by your husband's sperm cells, it does not mean there must be an abnormality.
If so, then what you can do to increase the likelihood is to maintain an ideal body weight for you and your husband, both avoiding cigarettes, equally regular exercise, increase consumption of fruits and vegetables, especially fertility foods for you and sperm-enhancing foods for your husband, know the fertile period, and often have minimal sexual relations 3-4 times a week. So, hopefully answering your question.