#HiMother, if you want to space out pregnancies, using contraception or family planning is recommended for married couples. But apparently, quite a few cases of ‘conceding’ pregnancy occur.
As experienced by Bunda Maulani, a member of the HaiBunda Squad community. This mother from Bandung had experience using an IUD or spiral contraceptive, in 2020. Unexpectedly, after two years, she became pregnant even though she had not yet stopped taking birth control.
It turns out that during pregnancy until delivery, the existence of the spiral was not detected. Mother Maulani said, until now it hasn’t even been found. So, have you ever had a similar experience?
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It is best that before using birth control, Mother and Father consult a doctor first. Explained by Dr. Dr. Liva Wijaya, Sp.OG, couples talk to the doctor about what birth control method they want.
“What are the expectations after using birth control, we will discuss appropriate birth control methods later,” said this specialist obstetrician and gynecologist.
But many mothers are still curious, why can you still get pregnant if you use contraception? Doctor Liva revealed that the most common cases of ‘conceded’ pregnancy are found in couples who use the interrupted coitus method.
Quoted from the Mayo Clinic, coitus interruptus is a method of contraception by removing the penis from the vagina, then ejaculating outside to prevent pregnancy. Why can you still ‘concede’ pregnancy?
“The cause is that sperm is spilled in the area of the sexual canal,” said doctor Liva.
Are other types of birth control still at risk of being ‘conceded’ too? Come on, let’s consult directly, Dr. Dr. Liva Wijaya, Sp.OG, will be present on HaiBunda Live Instagram @haibundacom on Tuesday, September 19 2023, starting at 16.00 WIB.
With the theme I’ve had birth control, how come I’m still conceding?, this program was guided by the Managing Editor of HaiBunda, Zika Zakiya. Mother Maulani will also join live to share her experience of using contraceptives.
Prepare questions and note down the time, OK!