Chances Of Getting Pregnant During Intercourse 3 Weeks After Delivery?
Congratulations … I want to ask … from the beginning of childbirth, my first child until the age of 4 months, I did the injection birth control … after 3 weeks I immediately started menstruating … whether after finishing menstruation can I get pregnant again … in the fertile period or how ?thank you
Injectable contraception is a contraceptive method used to prevent pregnancy. Mothers who are breastfeeding can choose several safe contraceptive options, such as 3-month injection contraceptives, progestin-based birth control pills, implant contraceptives, or IUDs, each of which has its own advantages and disadvantages.
3-month injection of contraception itself is given for the first time during menstruation and then given another injection in the following 12 weeks. If done regularly and correctly, this family planning method will prevent pregnancy. If it is given for the first time, it is advisable to use additional contraceptives such as condoms for at least the first 7 days until injection birth control provides immunity.
If you have already done injection contraception after 3 weeks, you are less likely to get pregnant. If you are in doubt, you can still use additional contraceptive methods such as using condoms or avoid ejaculating outside, even though injectable contraceptives actually provide protection.
May be useful,
dr. Adhi P.