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Contraceptives: Careful choice for contraceptive women

Time: 2013-07-07 19:20 Source: Internet
Acute and chronic pelvic inflammatory disease, Trichomonas or mycotic vaginitis, and severe cervical erosion should not be placed in the birth control ring, or the use of vaginal diaphragm, so as not to bring pathogenic bacteria into the body, causing uterine infection. Optional condoms. Those with mild vaginal inflammation can take long-acting 18-pill tablets or short-acting contraceptives for contraception.
Most women with hypertension have a systolic blood pressure increase of 1 to 2 mm Hg after one year of oral estrogen and progestin compound contraceptives. Some women do not have high blood pressure when they are young, but they develop high blood pressure or tend to have high blood pressure after middle age, especially for women who are overweight. Women with this condition, it is best not to use oral contraceptives, to use an intrauterine device or vaginal diaphragm.
Diabetics or women with a family history of diabetes According to clinical observations, a few people have mildly increased blood glucose after using contraceptives, and occult diabetes can develop into dominant diabetes. These women can choose to use a condom, a vaginal diaphragm or an IUD.
Contraceptives for women with chronic liver disease contain sex hormones that are metabolized in the liver, so oral contraceptives can increase the burden on the liver. Therefore, those who have liver damage should avoid using contraceptives and use contraceptives instead.
Patients with uterine fibroids contain estrogen in oral contraceptives, which can increase fibroids. Therefore, patients with uterine fibroids should not use oral contraceptives, and it is best to use tools such as the vaginal diaphragm.
Women with excessive menstruation, frequent or irregular vaginal bleeding should not use condoms, vaginal diaphragms or take long-acting contraceptives and place birth control rings to avoid increasing the amount of bleeding. Should take oral contraceptives No. 2, can reduce menstrual flow. Usually, menstrual scarce or amenorrhea, you can choose condoms or vaginal diaphragm: women with dysmenorrhea can choose contraceptive contraceptives, because contraceptives can inhibit ovulation, both contraceptive and relieve menstrual symptoms.
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