Brown Spots Only Come Out For 1 Day After 1 Month Of KB Injection?
I have already injected my family member, eh it turns out that my period is longer but only a little, the next day my period isn’t coming out again.
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Basically all methods of contraception (KB) are used to prevent pregnancy. This method can be done using natural methods, birth control pills, birth control injections, using condoms, installing an IUD, and so forth.
Each of these methods has advantages and disadvantages. But the thing to remember is that none of these methods of birth control can guarantee 100% of pregnancy. In the type of KB injection there are two types of KB injections. KB injections that work for three months to prevent pregnancy, and family planning injections that work for 1 month. The advantages of injectable birth control are more effective and practical than birth control pills, with a failure rate of 3%. If used correctly, the failure rate for 1-month KB injections is lower at less than 1%.
Compound birth control is included in hormonal birth control, where injections are inserted in the form of hormones to prevent pregnancy. Some of the effects that will arise on the use of hormonal birth control are menstrual irregularities. It also causes conditions in the form of bleeding out in the form of spots or blood spots. This effect is a natural effect that occurs when you use this injection KB.
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