After Replacing The Injection Of 3 Months With A Birth Control Pill, Can You Continue The Pregnancy Program?
I want it … I inject 3 months 6 times … Selma and I menstruate every month for 2 weeks. I menstruate. buln..continue to take the pb pill to drink a month straight menstruation is normal already 2 months ago … normal is normal for my period 5 days … guess “it’s already sg again gx … about bbb thanks to the stu kilo … ap the effect of the syringe has been lost?
Hello, Mrs. Dede. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concerns that you feel.
Injectable contraception given every 3 months is a type of contraception with the content of the hormone progestin. This type of contraception works by inhibiting the release of eggs from the ovaries, making the cervical mucus thick, which can interfere with sperm penetration, and inhibits the thickening of the uterine wall.
3-month injection contraception has side effects, one of which is menstrual disorders. The form of menstrual disorders that occur can be different because it depends on individual responses, such as irregular menstruation, lengthening, becoming rare, or not menstruating at all. Menstrual disorders occur mainly in the first 3 months of use. If contraception is stopped, menstrual disorders and fertility will generally return to normal after 5-7 months of termination. In some women, these side effects can also last up to 1 year.
To plan your next pregnancy, you can consult a specialist obstetric and gynecologist. The doctor will conduct anamnesis, physical examination, and supporting examinations (if necessary) so that the pregnancy program can be planned properly. To enrich insight, you can read articles about injection contraception.
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