Recommendations

Hormonal contraception


It is one of the most advanced methods of family planning whereby hormone-containing drugs are taken out of the body to prevent unwanted childbirth.

A contraceptive pill prevents follicular rupture. The cervical vertebrae in the neck changes, so that sperm cannot penetrate it. The bladder mucosa is unsuitable for receiving a potentially fertile egg. The movement of the fallopian tubes also changes, so that the egg and sperm cannot meet each other.
Today's pills are low in hormone. There are also simple and combined benefits. In all cases, the choice is left to the physician, who can decide which is best suited to the particular circumstances.
Side Effects: Today's drugs rarely cause obstruction, hair loss, but there is a greater risk of thromboembolic events (haematopoiesis) among tablet users. That is why it is so important to have a thorough examination and regular inspection. Thrombosis tends to be exacerbated by smoking, so I do not recommend to smokers over thirty years.
Reliability: 0.1-2.5 percent (100 in 1 year will be pregnant)