How Long Can You Get Pregnant After 3 Months Of Injection Injections?
I used a 3-month injection plan and in January I already had an injection schedule. But I don’t do the KB injection anymore because I want to release the KB to have children. How long can I have offspring?
Thank you for the question.
This 3 month hormonal KB injection contains the hormone progestin, which is similar to the hormone progesterone released by the ovaries, this hormone will stop the release of eggs into the uterus so that fertilization does not occur. The time needed to reach the fertile period again after the use of 3-month hormonal KB is different for each individual. This depends on the duration of birth control and hormonal conditions of the mother's body. The longer the use of hormonal birth control, the longer the body will return to fertility, because the body's adaptation to achieve hormonal balance lasts longer. It can take up to a year after being stopped if you want to return to the fertile period, so it is not recommended for those who want to have offspring immediately. But of course this is different for each individual.
Hormone KB injections have a faster body adaptation time after stopping birth control, so that the fertile period returns faster, on average within 3 months, the mother has returned to the fertile period and menstruation returns regularly. So it is more advisable to plan to have children in the near future.
The choice of contraception is consulted back to the doctor or obstetrician, the doctor will provide information and suggestions that are best tailored to the condition of the mother so that she can have offspring at the desired time. For conditions such as those experienced by mothers, who wish to have more offspring immediately after stopping birth control, it should be consulted again to the doctor.
Thus, hopefully useful.