Effects Of Family Planning Injections Before 40 Days After The Postpartum Period?
Hello. I sumiati I want to ask before 40 days I have injected my family, then the duration of the injection during my 2 days’ blood came out what is menstrual blood or blood is it still fanatic because I am the first time I am giving birth to my first child. I continue to ask for it there will be no inhibition on her injection before 40 days of bleeding come out again after the intimate relationship will not result in pregnancy, thank you, I will answer it
Thank you for the question.
Before a family planning injection, ideally you should check with your doctor or obstetrician first, so that you can be sure whether you are suitable or not to use the contraceptive injection. With this doctor's examination, you can be sure that when the KB injection was done, you were not pregnant.
Have you had this check before?
Blood loss after birth control and the postpartum period may refer to a variety of conditions, ranging from the side effects of birth control that trigger hormonal disorders, the remaining part of the puerperium, the new menstrual cycle that has begun, or also due to other reasons that are not always related to KB is also childbirth, for example due to endometriosis, stress, fatigue, excessive exercise, eating disorders, side effects of drugs, myomas, pelvic inflammation, and so on.
Clinically, it is certainly difficult to distinguish these various conditions. Therefore, if initially you have not seen a doctor, we suggest this is the time. Check yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician so that you can assess exactly the cause of your bleeding at this time. If indeed there are no contraindications that hinder, not prohibited from undergoing family planning injections even though not 40 days after giving birth. Because, not everyone will experience puerperal for 40 days too. However, it should also be understood, that after being first injected, a new KB injection can work effectively to prevent pregnancy after 5-7 days. Therefore, if you want to have sex at this time, in order to avoid an unplanned pregnancy, you should first use additional protection, such as a condom or diaphragm. As for after that (after more than 1 week), you are free to have sex again without safety, as long as you routinely undergo family planning injections according to the doctor's recommended schedule.
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