5 months old baby

Question: i am 5months old baby mom.i want to take gap for 2nd baby also i am c section.please give redemies whether copper t or using condom?

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Answer: Both the options are good. After copper t you don't have to think every time before having intercourse, yes feels quite uncomfortable in starting... For condom it is best every time but before having sex you have to take care to apply it
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Question: Hello my baby is 5months old....so when should i insert copper-t
Answer: Hello, I'm happy to help. Copper T IUDs may be safely inserted as early as four weeks postpartum. This can be inserted at any phase of the menstrual cycle, but the optimal time is right after the menstrual period, when the cervix is softest and the woman is least likely to be pregnant. The insertion process generally takes five minutes or less. The procedure can cause cramping or be painful for some women. Take care.
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Question: When can i use copper T , is their any side effects of using copper T. Now my baby is five months old.
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Question: I have a doubt ,why should wear copper t after delivery ,is it must or not to prevention ,why this instead of condom is there??? first explain me what is copper t may it is harmful to women
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