Brown Spots After Not KB Since KB Injection For 3 Months?
Hay I want to ask .. I have been in Selma for 3 months just once but I have never menstruated until now and now I want to have it for 11 months … and this afternoon there was a little brown blood in my genitals. And sayh I often feel nauseous when it’s gone, then my headache is congested, drowsy, and lack of appetite, so I guess that’s a sign, right? Still, please answer
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The complaint you are experiencing may be a different disease condition than a continuous disease. Starting from menstruation, injectable birth control is one type of contraception that works by disrupting the body's hormones in such a way that the egg will not meet with sperm cells. Among the natural side effects found in use are indeed menstruation, weight gain, changes in mood and the appearance of acne in some people.
Then, the impact of this family planning injection can indeed last a year, regardless of whether it has only been used once or for years. It's just that the effect will be different for each person. There are those that after cessation of use can last up to a year, some last only 9 months, there are only 6 months, and there are only 3 months. But the average is only 6 months. Regarding this, if after a year you still do not menstruate, you should check your condition with your obstetrician.
As for blood spots on the genitals can also mean many things. If there are no other accompanying symptoms such as fever, pain, burning, itching, not just having sexual intercourse and so on, chances are it's just a spots and don't need to worry. But of course if there are other symptoms, you should consult a gynecologist.
Then for nausea, dizziness, weakness and easy drowsiness, this condition can occur due to stress, lack of sleep, anemia or lack of red blood cells, dehydration or lack of fluids and lack of activity or exercise. For this condition, you can check with your doctor first to get early treatment.
In addition, we recommend that you maintain an ideal body weight, regular exercise, consumption of nutrient-rich foods such as vegetables and fruit, increase your consumption of water, and get enough rest. So, hopefully answering your question.