As a new contraceptive method, contraceptive patch is simple and convenient. Stick the contraceptive paste on the hips, abdomen, outside the arms and outside the shoulders. It will continuously release a small amount of estrogen and progesterone, making it enter the blood through the skin and blood vessels, so as to inhibit ovulation and achieve the contraceptive effect. Simply put, it is to thicken the cervical mucus, making it more difficult for sperm to enter the uterus.

Although compared with traditional contraceptives, it is more convenient and has fewer side effects such as nausea and vomiting. But not everyone. The amount of estrogen released by the contraceptive patch absorbed by the human body is much higher than when they take the contraceptive. Estrogen is the “culprit” to promote blood coagulation. Long term use by mothers may lead to abnormal coagulation function and increase the risk of thrombosis, especially if the thrombosis formed in the legs enters the lungs, brain and heart. Therefore, people with high risk of thrombosis, such as stroke history and poor liver function, must consult professional medical professionals or doctors before starting to use contraceptive patches.

In addition, if the contraceptive paste is pasted on the skin, it may cause certain irritation to the skin, so people with skin allergy should use it with caution.

Wonderful recommendation: my husband does these four things. My mother is more anxious after childbirth. At the end of maternity leave, Mommy, please switch back to professional mode and skillfully avoid the cooling point of husband and wife after childbirth


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