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Question: My baby is 38 days old n what precaution we take while having sex accept condoms
Answer: You can opt for The Intrauterine Device (IUD) Pluses: Today's IUDs are considered safe and effective by health experts and can be used by most women Effectiveness: Progestasert, 98%; ParaGard, 99.2% What You Should Know: Most doctors prefer to insert the device at the four- to six-week postpartum checkup, when the uterus has returned to its normal size. Depending on the advice of her doctor, a woman who has had repeat cesarean sections can have an IUD safely inserted. There are two IUDs available today. The first is ParaGard, a T-shaped device that is made of plastic wrapped with copper wire. ParaGard can be kept in place for up to ten years. It works by killing the sperm before they come in contact with an egg; the copper does not affect the quantity or quality of breast milk in nursing mothers. The other type of IUD is Progestasert, also a T-shaped device, which releases the hormone progestin. Progestasert works by thickening the cervical mucus, so a fertilized egg can't implant itself in the uterus. It needs to be changed annually. Side effects of IUDs include uterine cramping and increased menstrual bleeding, the main reasons some women have had them removed. Birth control implant A doctor inserts the implant under the skin of your upper arm. It releases the hormone progestin to stop you from getting pregnant. The hormones in the birth control implant prevent pregnancy in two ways: Progestin thickens the mucus on your cervix, which stops sperm from swimming through to your egg. When sperm can’t meet up with an egg, pregnancy can’t happen. Progestin can also stop eggs from leaving your ovaries (called ovulation), so there’s no egg to fertilize. When eggs aren’t released, you can’t get pregnant. Talk to your doctor so that you can chose the one which best suits your needs and conditions.
Question: My cycle finish 2 march what is the right time to do sex for concieve baby
Answer: Dear the right time to get pregnant is by having sex on your ovulation days. so the ovulation is when your body releases a egg and having sex in these days increases the chances of pregnancy.. if your period cycle is 28 days then your ovulation will happen from 14th to 16th day of a period cycle but as your ovulation for this month has already passed then now in April start having sex regularly especially on your 11th to 16th day of your period cycle otherwise you can also use ovulation kit to confirm when exactly you are ovulating that will also help you...
Question: What sex positions and safe sex in pregnancy is
Answer: sex is safe throughout pregnancy and will not hurt your baby if there are no problems. This includes the early weeks after you get pregnant. The developing amniotic fluid and sac and the muscle layers of your uterus cushion and protect your embryo from trauma as your pregnancy progresses. As long as you are comfortable, in the mood, and have an uncomplicated pregnancy, go ahead and enjoy your normal sexual activities.