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Is it reliable for college entrance examination students to delay menstruation by taking contracepti

What should I do when my aunt bumps into the gaokao? Every time I go to the gaokao season and the gaokao season, some students and their parents come to see a doctor in April and may, hoping to avoid the exam by taking medicine and injection. Is it really reliable to take contraceptives to delay menstruation?

In order to avoid taking birth control pills

Xiaoqing, a 17-year-old senior in a high school in Yuhang, is in good health at ordinary times, but her aunt's days every month are very painful for her.

'every time I come to my aunt, I have stomachache, nausea and vomiting. 'the college entrance examination is coming. According to the calculation of menstrual cycle, Xiaoqing's aunt happened to be in those days, which made her anxious.

Last Thursday, Xiaoqing's mother heard that taking the pill could delay her menstruation, so she immediately went to the drugstore to buy the pill for her daughter. However, yesterday, she learned in a chat with her little sister that this contraceptive can't be taken indiscriminately, and eating the wrong pill will cause menstrual disorders. So, early this morning, Xiaoqing's mother took Xiaoqing to the hospital.

Ma Linjuan, the chief physician of gynecology department of the hospital, said: 'taking the short effect contraceptive pill can avoid menstrual period, but it is necessary to standardize the medication, not to take it at will, and the time of taking it should also pay attention to certain methods. According to Xiaoqing's medication time, it has been a little late, and it may not be possible to avoid menstrual period in the college entrance examination. '

Short acting contraceptives do not cause menstrual disorders

'taking birth control pills to avoid menstruation is a way with a high success rate. Ma Linjuan mentioned that if women want to avoid menstruation due to college entrance examination or travel, they need to start taking short-term contraceptives one month in advance to adjust the cycle.

She said that she could start from the first day to the fifth day of menstruation in the month before the exam, take a short-term pill such as Marvelon orally, take one pill every day until the end of the college entrance examination, and then stop taking the pill. After stopping taking the pill, she would have menstruation. "It should be noted that the medicine should not be missed. If you feel unwell, you should not change the medicine or stop it without permission. You should consult a doctor. '

Many parents are worried that taking contraceptives will lead to endocrine disorder and menstrual disorder in adolescence. Ma Linjuan said that as long as the contraindications of taking contraceptives are excluded (such as serious cardiovascular diseases, liver and kidney dysfunction, thrombotic diseases, etc.), taking contraceptives according to the doctor's orders will not lead to endocrine disorder and menstrual disorder in adolescence.

The side effects of the contraceptive are relatively small. A small number of women will have nausea and vomiting, pigmentation, mild headache and other side effects such as early pregnancy reaction and vaginal drip bleeding, but most of these side effects will disappear after 1-2 weeks of use. Ma Linjuan also mentioned that long-term contraceptives and emergency contraceptives may lead to endocrine disorders and menstrual disorders. It is not recommended to use them for a long time, but occasionally.

In addition to contraceptives, Ma said, women can also start taking progesterone 7-10 days before menstruation (such as 200mg progesterone capsule, or 20mg Daphne, once a day), or intramuscular injection of 20-40mg progesterone, once a day, until the end of the college entrance examination. But these methods may not be safe to take contraceptives.