The patient asked: I have been married to my wife for many years. I have always wanted a child. On a certain night I found a box of medicine in my wife’s drawer. I read the words on the pills.I heard that this medicine often takes irregular menstruation, and it will cause more serious consequences to be true.
Emergency contraceptives are an emergency contraceptive method. The main role is to delay or prevent ovulation by containing high dose progesterone or progesterone receptor agents to avoid accidental pregnancy.Emergency contraceptives can be used within 72 hours after accidental behavior, but should not be a regular contraceptive method because long -term abuse will seriously affect physical health.
High -dose progesterone or progesterone contained in emergency contraceptives can affect the balance of hormone levels in the body, which affects the menstrual cycle.Here are some specific situations that may affect the menstrual cycle:
Premium or delay of the menstrual cycle: The use of emergency contraceptives may cause advance or delay of the menstrual cycle.This is because the hormones in emergency contraceptives interfere with the normal menstrual cycle, which changes the time of ovulation ovulation.
The main component of emergency contraceptives is high doses of progesterone or progesterone or progesterone. These drugs can affect the hormone level in the body, leading to a series of potential risks.The following are the impact of several emergency contraceptives on body hormones, as well as possible hazards:
Effect on estrogen: Establishment of progesterone or luteumin in emergency contraceptives can inhibit estrogen production in the ovaries, thereby reducing the level of estrogen in the body.This may lead to menstrual cycle disorders, irregular or amenorrhea, etc., and may also lead to decreased bone density and increased risk of cardiovascular disease.
Long -term abuse of emergency contraceptives may adversely affect the cardiovascular system, because hormone components in emergency contraceptives will affect the normal function of the cardiovascular system and increase the risk of cardiovascular disease.The following is the impact of emergency contraceptives on the cardiovascular system and possible harm:
Effect on blood pressure: Hormone components in emergency contraceptives may lead to increased blood pressure, and long -term use may increase the risk of hypertension and stroke of cardiovascular disease.
Effect on the heart: Long -term abuse of emergency contraceptives may also lead to an increase in risk of heart disease, because hormone components in the drug may affect the normal function of the heart and increase the heart load.
Long -term abuse of emergency contraceptives may adversely affect the immune system.High -dose hormone components in emergency contraceptives can affect the normal function of the human immune system and make a series of adverse reactions in the immune system.The following is the impact of emergency contraceptives on the immune system and possible harm:
Immunosuction: Long -term use of emergency contraceptives may inhibit the normal function of the immune system, making the body unable to effectively resist the invasion of the pathogen.This may lead to various diseases in the human body, including bacterial infections, virus infections, fungal infections, etc.
Autoimmune disease: Long -term abuse of emergency contraceptives may cause autoimmune diseases, which is a disease that attacks its own tissue.Autoimmune diseases may cause arthritis, thyroid disease, hepatitis, ulcerative colitis and other diseases.
Long -term abuse of emergency contraceptives may also have a adverse effect on women’s mental health.The use of emergency contraceptives may cause psychological problems such as anxiety, emotional fluctuations, and depression.
Anxiety: The use of emergency contraceptives may cause anxiety for women, especially in emergencies.Women are worried about the effect of drugs and whether they will be adversely affected, etc., can cause anxiety.
Emotional fluctuations: The hormone components in emergency contraceptives may adversely affect women’s emotions, causing women to have emotional problems such as emotional fluctuations, irritability, and excitement.
Depression: Long -term abuse of emergency contraceptives may also lead to depression symptoms.This may be because the hormone component in the drug affects the neurotransmitters in the brain and causes emotional problems.
It should be noted that not every woman will have psychological problems about the use of emergency contraceptives, but long -term abuse of emergency contraceptives may adversely affect women’s mental health.Therefore, women should avoid abuse of emergency contraceptives, try to choose reliable and lasting contraceptive methods, and use it reasonably under the guidance of a doctor.