Asi Is Not Much KB Injection 1 Month?
Hello my wife who has this account ,, so I have a child already 8 months old … when he was 2 months old I used 1 month of injection and until now I still use 1 month of injection, then since my child 6 months ago my mother didn’t a lot more until now, so he often sulked because the milk was coming out a little ,, if I change syringes for 3 months can my milk return smoothly and many more ??? Please answer yes thanks …
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Injectable birth control given every month can indeed affect breast milk because it also contains the hormone estrogen. Therefore, mothers who are breastfeeding are not recommended to use contraceptive injections every 1 month. Injectable birth control every 3 months contains only the hormone progesterone without the hormone estrogen, so it does not affect breast milk. That's right, you should switch from injecting birth control every 1 month to injecting birth control every 3 months. Another option, you can use contraceptives that do not contain hormones, such as spirals or condoms. For now, because you have already used injection contraception every 1 month, you should check yourself and your baby first to see a doctor. The doctor will make sure there are no dangerous side effects due to the use of injectable birth control every 1 month.
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