Drink Soda After 1 Month Of Injectable Birth Control Use?
… r nWhen I had a kb injection, I had to have sexual intercourse with my husband, my drinking spritz had an effect on my kb’s singing.
Hello Basucki, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
I want to confirm first, was the birth control injection that you did the first birth control injection? If the contraceptive injection was the first birth control injection, did you do the birth control injection when you had your menstruation or another day. If the family planning injection was the first birth control injection and you did not do the injection during menstruation, have you had a pregnancy check-up? If the Kb injection was the first birth control injection and you did the injection during menstruation, how many days after the injection did you have sexual intercourse?
Drinking soft drinks will not actually interfere with the function of birth control injections, reduce their effectiveness, or cause certain side effects. However, you need to pay more attention to the questions that I asked above.
The first contraceptive injection should be done when a woman is menstruating on days 1-3. If it is done on another day, then the woman must first undergo a pregnancy check. If the first injection is not given during menstruation, the couple must use additional protection (such as condoms) when having sexual intercourse for the first 7 days after the birth control injection. If you have unprotected sexual intercourse before those 7 days, you run the risk of becoming pregnant.
If the contraceptive injection you did was not the first birth control injection (it has been repeated), you should do the injection according to the schedule given, or you have sexual intercourse after 7 days after the first birth control injection, then the family planning will work effectively to prevent pregnancy.
Here is an article that you can read about injectable birth control
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