My baby is now 1 year old. I got copper T inserted after 3 months of my delivery. I still have prolonged and heavy periods followed by spotting lasting for up to 10-15 days. There is no other issue that I face. Is it because of copper T insertion or can there be some other reason too? Will the copper T removal solve the problem? How will the removal regularize my periods? What are the other birth control methods which are safe (I am not much inclined towards hormonal methods since they lead to weight gain etc.)?
How was the bleeding before pregnancy and for 3 months after delivery? Was your delivery a normal or C-section? Whether the copper-T is properly placed or not or to see some other cause for heavy bleeding you need to take a transvaginal ultrasound -TVS. Sometimes if the bleeding continues then removal is the treatment, the period will regularize if it is due to copper T. If the cause is something else and the spotting continues, you will have to get treatment. There are medicines which can reduce the amount of bleeding. You need a clinical check-up.
Thank you for replying. My periods were normal before pregnancy. I delivered through C-section. I do not think I faced such an issue ever before.
I do not have heavy bleeding throughout these 10 days. The flow is almost negligible for the first two days and then heavy for next three to four days and again reduces. This continues for almost a week. I face spotting or traces of unfresh blood for almost a week. I just do not understand what is going on. Also, I am looking for another alternative for birth control if copper T is the reason.
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