There are several things that can help reduce the risk of unintended pregnancy and ensure that you have a healthy pregnancy if you do become pregnant:
Use birth control: There are many different types of birth control available, including condoms, oral contraceptives, and long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs). Choosing the right method for you and using it consistently and correctly is an important step in preventing unintended pregnancy.
Consult with Dr. Sangeeta Tajupuriya at Vedansha Hospital, Nagpur for any kind of birth control related guidance and family planning advice
Get regular gynecological care: Regular check-ups with a healthcare provider can help ensure that you are healthy and that any potential fertility or pregnancy-related issues are detected early.
Eat a healthy diet and get regular exercise: A healthy lifestyle can help improve fertility and increase the chances of having a healthy pregnancy.
Avoid risky behaviors: Substance abuse, smoking, and certain medications can all increase the risk of fertility problems or pregnancy complications.Know your fertility: Understanding your menstrual cycle and when you are most likely to get pregnant can help you plan accordingly and make informed decisions about contraception.
It’s also important to note that certain medical conditions and certain types of medications can increase the risk of pregnancy complications. If you have a pre-existing medical condition or are taking medication, it’s important to discuss these issues with your doctor.