Category Archive:birth control

Unconscious In No Time ( Momimhar posted on April 28th, 2012 )

So today, like what the my doctor advised, I will just stay home and relax.  Because I just had the permanent sterilization procedure yesterday, I might experience cramping and soreness.

The procedure took about an hour behind schedule because:  firstly, I miscalculated the meal time prior.  And secondly, there was a patient who came in 30 minutes late.  So I had to wait until about 4:30 P.M. to get me started.  We arrived at the doctor’s office at 2:20 P.M.  My husband and daughter went to the play place.  The nurse called me and got me prepared for the procedure.  She guided me at all times.  When the anesthesiologist sedated me through IV, I was unconscious in no time.

When I woke up, my husband and daughter was waiting for me in the patient’s room.  Though I was still feeling groggy, my heart was filled with cheer when my little princess excitedly came to me saying “Mami-mami” then she gave me hugs and kisses.  My husband said that, as per the doctor, the procedure did not even took 10 minutes.  It took me longer to wake up though.  On our way home, I was kinda nauseous.  My husband quickly stopped by a construction site then I did my business there.  That was a relief.

Besides the spotting, everything’s fine.  I am not nauseous or whatsoever.

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Categories: birth control, family planning, health

Permanent Birth Control ( Momimhar posted on April 27th, 2012 )

Today, I will be facing one of the big decision I made in my life.  At three o’clock in the afternoon, the procedure for the permanent sterilization is on.  After my husband and I sincerely talked about it, the decision is still with me.  Honestly I had blues few weeks ago.  That’s normal.  Now I am very sure of it.

I am  getting the Essure procedure.  It is a permanent birth control – no oral contraceptives (not until three months after the procedure), no rhythm or withdrawal, no replaceable implants, and no periodic depo.  Reviews have shown that the possibility of getting pregnant is very very low, like 5 in a 1000.  The procedure is hormone-free, non-surgical, and can be performed in the physician’s office.  The procedure can take about 10 minutes to do by a trained physician.

This is part of our family planning.  My husband and I are happy to have a very lovely healthy baby.  We are content with our lives now because we have a family of our own.  Parenting requires hard work both of us believe that with patience, love, and proper discipline we will be able to raise our beloved daughter to become a good person with respect and good values.

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