Can I Replace 3-month Injectable Birth Control Into 1-month Injection Contraception?
Alodok. I desi I have 3 children whose distance is close .. I previously did not go to the clause Because I was afraid of getting pregnant again I used a injection of 3 months ago … But my midwife told me to replace the injection for 1 month. ksh
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, how old are you now? How old is your youngest child? Is there a history of certain diseases that you suffered before?
There are many types of contraception that can be selected in efforts to prevent pregnancy. Not all types of contraception are suitable for everyone to use in all conditions.
For example KB injection 1 month. In this KB contained a combination of estrogen and progesterone synthetic hormones that can prevent pregnancy by inhibiting ovulation (release of eggs into the uterus), thicken cervical mucus, and complicate the occurrence of implantation (implantation of the results of fertilization into the uterine wall). 1 month injection KB is not recommended for use in people who are allergic to its components, women who are breastfeeding, women with tumors whose growth is triggered by the hormone estrogen, and so on. Various other types of contraception are also not recommended for use by some people with certain conditions.
Therefore, without checking you directly, we are also not authorized to determine whether it is right for you to switch to KB injection for 1 month or not. The good, in order to be given the best type of contraceptive advice, you check directly to the doctor or obstetrician at the nearest health facility.
I hope this helps.