Having Sex After Menstruation And Family Planning Injection For 3 Months.?
Hello dokk … I want to ask, I am using injections for 3 months. then early April I just finished my period. Refill the injection date again on April 15th. When I finished my period I had a relationship with my husband … what I wanted to ask. Can I get pregnant if I have a husband and wife when I finish my period? Thank you
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. 3-month KB injection is a method of contraception that is done by regularly injecting hormones into a person's body every 3 months to maintain its effectiveness. This injected hormone in the body will later disrupt the release of eggs and sperm cells in meeting the egg so that it will prevent pregnancy.
In the first use of this KB injection, the recommendation is to inject it in the early days of menstruation, with the hope, after menstruation, the hormones are working and you can start having sex directly without worrying about getting pregnant. But actually if it is injected at another moment it is OK, with a note must use other contraceptives during the initial 7 days. In the next use of family planning injections, there is no longer any specification regarding whether to inject during menstruation or not.
So regarding your question, you do not need to bother anymore with menstrual cycles and so forth after having a family planning injection. Once you have a 3-month family planning injection, you will be protected from pregnancy in the next 3 months regardless of your menstrual status. Menstrual status is also not seen again on the next injection because there are still effects from previous injections. Therefore, if you have always routinely performed family planning injections according to schedule, we can say that you are less likely to get pregnant.
Said to be small, and not not pregnant at all is because the name might always be there. Apart from procedures that involve surgery, it is still possible for someone to get pregnant using other contraceptives. So, hopefully answering your question.