Currently there are a number of different methods of contraception with different levels of effectiveness. So that you do not have to use an abortion, we recommend that you choose the most effective method of contraception. Modern hormones contain a small dose of hormones, but despite this, they provide virtually 100% protection from pregnancy. Such drugs protect against pregnancy due to artificial or natural analogues of estrogen and progestogen - female sex hormones. Due to the low content of hormones, the probability of side effects is minimal, reduced risk of cancer of the ovaries and uterus, the appearance of cysts. In addition, these drugs contribute to the regulation of the menstrual cycle. The hormonal background is also constantly fluctuating, so it is difficult to find the right birth control pills at this age. Do not take hormonal contraceptives for women with diabetes mellitus, varicose veins, thrombophlebitis, fibers and cysts.
Nowadays, hormonal drugs are very popular all over the world. This type of contraceptives is produced by a large number of pharmaceutical companies, but the choice of the drug should be entrusted to a specialist who takes into account the state of health and individual characteristics of each patient.
Oral contraceptives require daily use, at the same time, for 21 days. This is followed by a 7-day break (for menstruation), after which the drug is taken again. Women who have regular menstruation should start taking the medication within 5 days of the onset of menstruation. No additional methods of contraception are needed. If you start taking the medicine later, we recommend you to take additional methods of protection within 1 week. The maximum interval between taking 2 packs of the medicine should not exceed 7 days. It is recommended to postpone the use of oral contraceptives for at least six weeks after delivery. When taking oral contraceptives, doctors recommend that you stop smoking and follow a strict drug regimen. It is best to do this before bedtime and to drink the pill with water.
All contraceptive methods and methods are suitable for women aged 19-35, but the most optimal are considered intrauterine devices. Hormonal contraception remains one of the most effective and acceptable methods of protection against unwanted pregnancy. Drugs play an important role in the prevention of menstrual cycle disorders, infertility, endometriosis.
Intrauterine devices are preferred at this age. Smoking, overweight, and endocrinological diseases also make the selection of hormonal contraceptives more difficult. When choosing hormonal methods of contraception (in the absence of contraindications and bad habits, such as smoking), preference should be given to the latest generation of combination birth control pills and three-phase drugs.
After 45 years, women have menopause and ovarian function is progressively reduced. During this period of a woman's life, the probability of getting pregnant decreases significantly, and pregnancy is not uncommon, as many women, even at this age, still have regular ovulation. Pregnancy and childbirth in such patients are difficult, which adversely affects the health of the child.
At age 50, a woman can improve her quality of life, reduce her age-related illnesses and keep her young. Collagen content in the skin decreases by 30% with age, so if you start hormone therapy in time, you do not need serious cosmetic and plastic surgery. Hormones that allow the body to gently switch to a new regime and keep the weight normal will help not to gain too much weight in the postmenopause.