WHAT SHOULD I DO IF MY MENSTRUATION HAS NOT COME?
As a first step, it is worth checking whether you are not pregnant with a pregnancy test. If this is negative, there may be many reasons for missing periods, most of which are banal, but serious causes cannot be ruled out without a gynecological examination, so see your gynecologist!
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF THE BABY DOESN'T COME TOGETHER?
If you do not succeed in getting pregnant after a year (over 35 years of age and half a year) of trying, a hormonal examination, a fallopian tube patency test (HyCoSy) and a sperm test should be performed. With these, we can determine the next steps to be taken.
MY MENSTRUATION HURTS, IS THIS NORMAL?
In some cases, pain during menstruation is physiological, e.g., mild lower abdominal pain or cramping. However, pain during menstruation can have many causes and in many cases, we can do something about it, so it is worth visiting your gynecologist in this case!
I HAVEN'T GIVEN A BIRTH YET; CAN I STILL USE AN IUD?
Yes, both hormone-free and hormonal intrauterine contraceptive devices are recommended for women who have not given birth.