Does Stopping One Month Of KB Injection Can Restore The Normal Menstrual Cycle?
In the afternoon, if I stop injecting for one month, is that okay? First time I had an injection because I had been late 5 days I didn’t come last menstruation on 29 September 2019 on a negative testpack the result was a first time KB injection that was one month. ? Because I want to have more children, because KB injected KB first
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Injectable birth control is a hormonal birth control. In general, the function of hormonal birth control is to prevent or thinn the release of eggs into the fallopian tubes (ovulation), also thicken the cervical mucus. Thus, the process of pregnancy can hardly occur. Because ovulation is blocked, menstruation will rarely or even stop in a few months, so the cycle does not seem as normal.
There are 2 types of hormonal contraceptives, namely 1 month injectable birth control which contains a combination of estrogen and progesterone hormones, and 3 months injection contraception containing progesterone hormone only.
If you decide to get pregnant, all you can do is stop injecting, then you will return to fertility and can get pregnant again because generally the egg discharge cycle has returned to normal. If your menstrual cycle has not gradually returned to normal, and you continue to have difficulty conceiving during intercourse during the fertile period, consult your obstetrician to track the possibility of other underlying conditions or diseases.
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