According to traditional customs, young men and women often like to arrange their wedding day on New Year’s Day, Spring Festival, National Day and other consecutive concubine days, but in fact, in the choice of wedding date, in addition to social factors, physiological factors are the women’s The menstrual period cannot be ignored.
Under normal circumstances, a woman’s cervix is tightly closed, and the vagina has a natural defense mechanism to resist the invasion of germs. However, when menstrual cramps, the pelvic cavity is congested, the cervix opens slightly, and the defense system in the vagina is bloodied. Destroy, the function of resisting germs is reduced, and the bride’s excessive fatigue due to the preparation of the marriage will cause the body’s resistance to decline. If the wedding is held at this time, sexual activity may damage the bride’s health.
But for some reasons, if the menstrual period cannot be avoided during the marriage period, you can choose any of the following drugs to delay the menstrual period from the first 3 days of menstrual cramps.
1. Oral medroxyprogesterone tablets 4 to 8 mg, once a day.
2. Oral ketone (Fukang tablets) 2.5 mg once a day.
3. Oral megestrol (Funing tablets) 4-8 mg. Once a day, the above 3 drugs are synthetic progesterone, which can delay the shedding of the endometrium and delay the menstrual cramps. A few days after the drug is stopped, the endometrium falls off due to the loss of progesterone support, and menstruation is on the way. The bride can decide the number of days to take the drug according to the date of the marriage, but the time should not be too long.
If you don’t have the above oral medications, you should also inject progesterone before menstrual cramps. 10 mg per day for 3 days can also delay menstrual cramps. Generally, menstrual cramps will be delayed for about 7 days after the drug is stopped, regardless of oral or injection method. Small, short use time, the drug will be excreted quickly after stopping the drug, so it will not affect the embryonic development after pregnancy. However, these methods are generally only used in emergencies, and should not be used frequently in order to prevent exogenous hormones from interfering with women’s normal menstrual cycle.