Forgot KB Injection 3 Mth?
Afternoon, I want to ask on March 21st yesterday, I should have continued injecting 3 months but I have forgotten the injection until now I have been late for more than a month, when the test results are negative but every time I finish eating nausea, vomiting. Why is that?
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Need to be clarified, when exactly did you do the testpack? After March 21, did you have unprotected sexual relations with a man?
3-month injection contraception, as the name suggests, can work effectively to protect you from the risk of pregnancy for 3 months (12 weeks). After this effective period has passed, injectable birth control must be re-injected so that you can stay protected from pregnancy. If you are late for family planning injections, especially for a long period of time (more than 24 hours), of course the effectiveness of birth control will be reduced drastically, and you have high potential to become pregnant if having unprotected sexual intercourse. Therefore, you may experience nausea and vomiting when this happens due to pregnancy. Testpack results can be negative for pregnant women, for example due to too early checking, improper testpack procedures, or many other possibilities.
However, nausea and vomiting can also occur due to various other causes, not only because of pregnancy, for example due to dyspepsia (increased gastric acid), digestive infections, food poisoning, vertigo, migraine, viral or bacterial infections, liver disorders, head injuries, stress , and many other possibilities.
Therefore, if you experience nausea and vomiting is very disturbing, you should consult your doctor or a specialist in internal medicine in order to find the right solution. For severe cases, your doctor may also direct you to undergo laboratory tests, ultrasound, or other supporting tests. If you find out later that you are not pregnant, but you and your partner still want to postpone pregnancy, your doctor can direct you to get appropriate contraceptive arrest at the obstetrician.
In order for the nausea and vomiting to subside, here are our suggestions:
Don't eat foods that are too acidic, spicy, stingy, fatty, greasy Don't eat too much, eat a little but often 4 to 5 times a day Eat foods that are easier to digest, processed clean Not first drink carbonated and refined drinks Don't go straight sleep or lie down after eating Calm your heart and mind, do not stress Sleep more regularly Stay away from alcohol, cigarettes Do not consume any drugs without checking yourself first to the doctor Hope it helps ..