Causes Of Menstruation After 3 Months Birth Control Injection?
I just had 3 months of kb injection, but how come my period still comes out? if so, what should I get another injection?
3-month injectable birth control contains the hormone progestin, which is similar to the progesterone hormone produced by the female body. KB works by stopping the release of eggs so that fertilization does not occur, as well as thicken the cervical mucus to prevent sperm from reaching the egg.
This family planning method has no effect on breast milk production, it is quite simple because it only requires an injection every 3 months, and does not interact with other drugs. But in addition to these advantages, this family planning method has several disadvantages, including irregular menstruation, sometimes not having menses at all, reducing bone density and taking a long time to have children again.
These side effects are not immediately felt when using injection contraceptives, sometimes they have only been felt for several months of use or can also be different for each person.
So you don't need to re-inject. If you want to continue this family planning again, you can do the next injection on the date printed on your contract card.
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