Main Article Content
Optimization of postoperative rehabilitation in overweight and obese patients continues to be one of the most pressing issues nowadays. The effectiveness of hormonal contraceptives may be associated with metabolic changes in patients with obesity, with increased body weight and body fat.
Purpose. To analyze the acceptability, side effects and complications of a reversible method of contraception - PPC prescribed after abdominal delivery in overweight women.
Research materials. The study was carried out in Maternity Hospital No. 2 of the city of Samarkand to assess the clinical outcome, as well as to study some clinical and laboratory parameters of pure progestin contraception in overweight women who underwent cesarean section.
Results. During the entire observation period, aspects of general health of overweight women after cesarean section with pure progestin contraception were clarified, as well as the appearance of adverse symptoms and adverse reactions, and the effectiveness of contraception were revealed. It was found that the effectiveness of contraceptives was significantly high, and within 12 months no woman had a pregnancy.
Conclusions. Pure progestin contraception in overweight women after caesarean section is a practical, convenient, safe, effective and acceptable method of contraception.