Luckily, nowadays, there are contraceptives for every woman, no matter what her age. If you have not found the right and safest one for you, I invite you to come in for a counseling consultation. You can have a first- hand look at all the different types of Pills and hormone spirals.
...the probability of becoming pregnant in the first month and hitting the right day when both partners are fertile lies at about 30%. Getting lucky may take a few months’ time. If many months have already passed, you are „older“, or you know there is a problem, you should see a doctor.
Since the beginning of my career as a gynecologist, I have spent most of my time studying (female) hormones e.g. bioidentical hormones
. Without hormones that act as messengers in our blood ( e.g. from the brain to the ovaries and back), we would not function. The individual hormones are present in very small quantities in the blood. Despite this, even the slightest change of hormonal concentration can lead to disruptions in the menstrual cycle and a general feeling of wellbeing.
Take advantage of the offer to have frequent gynecological check- ups done. Don’t forget to schedule annual gynecological check- ups! Sadly, nobody notices when a cell in the body decides to change its shape, Having annual check- ups ensures early diagnosis of any changes which may be successfully dealt with during early stages, but more difficult to treat during later stages.
If you have had cancer, qualified after-care is vital for your sense of security. Your trust in your body is still shaky, and you may not feel as fit as you did before the treatment. You might not be able to do certain things yet and are scared that the cancer might return. Regular, thorough check-ups accompanied by talks with your doctor are of upmost importance.
Your period has not come, and you are experiencing tender, painful breasts. This is often how pregnancy begins. You need a lot of information, an ultrasound examination, and regularly scheduled check-ups. Doctor visits will be necessary first every 4 weeks and later more frequently, according to your individual situation and any possible risks that need to be observed.