Causes Of Pregnancy After Using Injectable Birth Control?
want to ask, I gave birth to a second child. After giving birth I was only in KB after my child was 4 months, because at that time I was still confused about what KB? Ampe forgot. R nI was with a 3-month kb injection. R n3 next month I wanted to get an injection, I tried the testpack, but instead line 2 (positive), I tried to test it because I felt nauseous, dizzy like a pregnant woman. r nThen I checked with the midwife and it turned out that I had 4 months of pregnancy. r nCan that be right ??
Hello Irma, Thank you for the question.
If you just started using contraception after your baby is 4 months old, the possibility of conception (a male sperm meeting a woman's egg) has already occurred when you don't use any contraception after you give birth. After delivery, protection against pregnancy can occur if you exclusively breastfeed (anemorrhea lactation method). However, in reality this method of contraception is not very effective and the possibility of pregnancy remains. When you start using birth control injections when your child is 4 months old, chances are that you are already pregnant. Thus, you are not pregnant because the birth control injection is ineffective. Please take care of your pregnancy health. Don't forget to check with your midwife or obstetrician regularly.
Hope this information is helpful.