Does KB Injection Need To Wait For Menstruation Or Not?
, right now I’m in the middle of injecting 1 month of injection date 27 February and have to go back on March 27-28 to do the next injection … but I’m confused waiting for a new injection again or just injecting right away without waiting for the period huh … thanks wait for the answer …
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Various methods and types of birth control can be used to help you delay pregnancy. Several types of birth control are available, including birth control pills, injectable birth control (1 month / 3 months), implant birth control, spiral birth control / intrauterine device (IUD). Injecting birth control itself is a method of contraception that is done by injecting the hormone progestin (a form similar to the hormone progesterone in the body). In the KB regimen per month, injections obtained contain progestin and estrogen hormones, while in the KB regimen injections per 3 months, injections contain progestin hormones.
Each of these family planning methods has advantages and disadvantages. There are a number of things that need to be considered in the use of the 1-month injection method, including abnormal bleeding, the injection interval is too short (1 month), experiencing significant mood swings, dizziness sensations, breasts becoming more sensitive and painful. Also, be aware that the KB method does not protect you from sexually transmitted infections. The use of 1 month injection KB is also not recommended for migraine sufferers.
In injecting contraceptive injections per month should follow a regular regimen, with good effectiveness used during menstruation. If there really is a change in your menstrual cycle, it can be one of the effects of using birth control. We recommend the use of injectable birth control during menstruation / menstruation takes place. For more information on the advantages and disadvantages of KB injection can access this link.
If you find it difficult to use the birth control method that you are currently using, you will find severe side effects in the use of this birth control method.
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