You're more likely to experience heavy and irregular bleeding if you have the injection in the first few weeks after giving birth.
If your doctor can't offer you the injection, she should be able to tell you where you can get it.
Female condoms sit inside your vagina and around the outside of your labia. My mother got her period back with all 4 babies at the same time as I did.
It may not feel as comfortable for you as a male condom. Breastfeeding does not equal contraception Please don't advise women to not have to worry before 6 months pp exclusively breastfeeding. I got pregnant 3 months pp, exclusively breastfeeding around the clock on demand.
Having another baby is probably the last thing on your mind as a new mum.
Injections are growing in popularity because they're more than 99 per cent effective, and are simple to use.
Your doctor or nurse can fit your diaphragm or cap, or refit it, if you've had one before, six weeks at the earliest after you've had your baby.
By then, your body, and your cervix, will have settled into its post-pregnancy shape You can use the mini-pill, also called the progestogen-only pill (POP), if you are breastfeeding, because it won't affect your milk supply.
You may want to use another form of contraception, to be on the safe side. I took a pregnancy test and it came back negative but I'm thinking it would be too early to tell anyways? I amexclusively breastfeeding, no formula from day one and I got my period back after 12 weeks, it had been regular since.
You can use the following methods of contraception when you're breastfeeding: Condoms You may find condoms easiest to use, whether you're breastfeeding or not, as you can just keep some handy from as soon after giving birth as you like. There is misinformation in this article which is irresponsible.
Using lubricating jelly may make having sex more comfortable.