Can Get Pregnant Or Not If You Have Sex After 5 Days KB?
Hello, I am giving birth for the first time. I injected in one day after menstruation is over. After 5 days I have sex, but sperm are released outside the uterus. Can pregnancy occur later?
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Contraception has the goal of delaying or stopping pregnancy, one type of which is a contraceptive injection that has a temporary nature to delay pregnancy. Injectable birth control contains a hormone called progestin or a combination of estrogen and progesterone which will prevent pregnancy by inhibiting the release of eggs, disrupt movement in the egg, and inhibit the thickening of the uterine lining.
The best time for first birth control is the first 7 days of menstruation or after the puerperium, which is about 40 days after delivery. According to some studies, family planning injections in this time frame have an effective protective effect, but there is still a risk of pregnancy but will be very small, if outside the period is usually effective within a period of about 5-7 days.
KB injection 1 month is an injection of estrogen and progesterol which is effective only in pregnancy in 3/1000 women. The advantage is rapid work after injection, the risk of irregular menstruation is lower than KB 3 months, and the effects of fertility recover faster when stopped. Deficiencies that can occur are often forgotten due to rapid periods, dizziness, breast pain, mood changes.
3-month injection birth control conjoined progestin that resembles progesterone. The advantage of this Kb is that it is safe for nursing mothers, does not need to remember the consumption of contraceptive pills, and reduces the risk of ovarian and uterine cancer. Weaknesses are weight gain, irregular periods, bleeding, need time to stop if you want to return to fertility, can reduce bone density.
To reduce the risk of pregnancy can be combined with other contraceptives such as the use of condoms, the calendar system that is not related to fertility, loose intercourse that is not removing sperm in the female genitals. This will further reduce the possibility of pregnancy.
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