If you’re breastfeeding, consider using an IUD or injectable for contraception. These methods are low-maintenance, effective, and safe for breastfeeding mothers. There are also specially formulated pills available that breastfeeding mothers can take.
Before starting on any contraceptive method, please consult your healthcare provider first. Breastfeeding mothers should avoid taking pills that contain estrogen because it can greatly decrease the quantity of milk produced. Progestin-only pills are often prescribed to nursing mothers because progesterone does not interfere with lactation and milk supply, unlike estrogen (although they slightly have a higher failure rate because the lower dose of hormone gives more gap for error).
Seek advice from your healthcare provider about what method suits you best.