Can I Get KB Injections 3 Months Before The Schedule?
I rationed the three-month injection tomorrow, March 7, 2020 … well, may I inject it today for fear of being off tomorrow … because I am pendtang in this area, I don’t know for sure … and I want to replace the injection for a month. once safe, use today. there are still some residues in my body …
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Basically 3-monthly injection KB is recommended to be re-injected every 12 weeks. However, injecting a few days faster or a few days slower (provided no more than 2 weeks from your injection schedule) you may do. If indeed on Saturdays and Sundays there are no clinics open and you cannot do family planning injections on that day, you can wait until Monday to find an open clinic that can give you birth control. The effect of your family planning injection will still be there and you will not need to use additional protection when having sexual intercourse after the next birth control injection.
If you want to replace your 3-month injectable birth control with a monthly injection, you can still do it. There is nothing special you need to pay attention to because this KB injection is a repeat injection. You don't need to do a pregnancy test or use additional safety after the injection. You also do not need to pay attention to your menstrual cycle to re-inject family planning. You just need to make sure you get the KB injection according to the schedule given by your midwife / obstetrician.
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