Can I Get Contraception For 1 Month During Late Menstruation?
Hello r nI want to ask. I joined a 3-month KB injection. I should have injected it back in August. Because I was too late until now I have not continued the injection. So I want to let to menstruate first and then want to continue injecting but change to 1 month. But after I thought about it if I don’t inject it, I won’t be pregnant again. So can I immediately inject 1 month? R nThank you …
KB injection is one method for contraception or preventing pregnancy. The trick is to provide injection drugs that contain ingredients that affect the body's hormonal work system that affects egg production. Usually the use of birth control when it also affects your menstrual cycle. After taking off the KB injection your menstrual cycle may not be regular because there is still an adjustment in hormonal levels in your body, so that pregnancy can occur again requires quite a long time, but still has the risk of pregnancy can occur after birth control. Therefore if you really want to postpone pregnancy you should determine what method you want to use next, whether it is still using the injection method, or by taking birth control pills, or installing implants, or installing an IUD, or the traditional way. But by using non hormonal birth control methods such as calendar calculation or intercourse intercourse the risk of pregnancy is greater. We recommend that before you do the next contraception you check yourself first, such as by doing a test pack to be sure you are not currently pregnant. Or if you are confused in determining the type of contraception that is suitable or want to confirm your condition by carrying out further examinations, you should consult an obstetrician. The following articles can be read by KB injection, KB selection
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