Can You Change The Injection Syringe To The Implant, But Not Yet?
You see, a friend of mine finished giving birth and she immediately used a 3-month injection, but she wanted to replace her family of implants and her injection had 2 months. Can it be directly changed? And now she complains her puerperal menstruation already want 3 months. Is it only the effect of KB injection or what? Explanation please
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Implanted birth control is a method of contraception or delayed pregnancy by inserting small objects into the body, usually in the upper arm, which contain certain hormones that can prevent fertilization and reduce fertility. The advantage of this method is that it can work for 3 years without the need to go to a doctor regularly, take a routine pill every day, or wear a condom.
Basically, there are no special requirements for changing birth control from an injection to an implant. What needs to be considered is whether the person is still included in the injection contraception. If the injection is done for 1 month, has it passed 1 month or not from the last injection. If the injection is done in 3 months, has passed 3 months or not, and such. When it has passed, it is necessary to check the pregnancy beforehand to ascertain whether or not pregnant status. However, if it has not passed, implant KB can be given immediately.
So, if your friend uses a 3 month injection and in the second month you want to exchange it for an implant, no problem. The potential for pregnancy is very small because she is still under the influence of injection contraception when switching to implant KB. For information, for mothers who have just given birth, for the next 6 months can get natural contraception by breastfeeding exclusively. Always make sure the information you get from us to the obstetrician before deciding on a particular matter to avoid misunderstanding. So, hopefully answering your question.