How To Deal With The Stomach Feels Like There Is A Fetal Heart Rate After 3 Months Of Injection KB?
Greetings, I injected 3 months. After having contact with my husband, it felt like I was pregnant again. When I was not pregnant anymore, since my child was 3 years old and 1.5 years old. If calculated now only 5 days, the stomach as there is a heartbeat going to the fetus. If not pregnant, what is the solution? Thank you#
Hello Nurlalela, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Injectable birth control every 3 months is included in one type of family planning that has quite high effectiveness if done regularly according to the schedule. Even though it is quite high, this KB cannot guarantee 100% that a pregnancy will not occur during its use.
Signs of pregnancy itself can be divided into 3 types, namely uncertain signs of pregnancy, signs of most likely pregnancy, and definite signs of pregnancy.
An uncertain sign is a sign that can only be found in a pregnancy and in other conditions such as complaints of nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, body weakness and others. Signs most likely to be pregnant include positive testpack results as well as several other signs that were discovered during an examination by a doctor. Whereas the definite sign of a pregnancy is only 3, namely adanaya fetal heart rate found using ultrasound, the discovery of fetal bones during x-rays on the mother's abdomen and also the presence of fetal movements.
Although fetal heart rate is a definite sign of pregnancy, this heart rate must be ascertained with an ultrasound examination of the uterus and if you want to be ascertained with this tool, it can only be done when the age of the uterus reaches a minimum of 1 month or more. If the age of the womb is greater (already 4 months or more), this new heart rate can be heard using a special device without the need for an ultrasound examination but still cannot be felt by the mother.
If at this time you feel the complaints that you think like when you were pregnant before, it is advisable to do a testpack at least 1 month after you had sex last time or if indeed you feel your period is behind schedule should be to determine whether you are pregnant or not. But if you really want to find out soon, you can consult further with your obstetrician to determine what tests can be used to make sure you are pregnant or not as early as possible.
Henceforth, if you really don't want to get pregnant, also use additional condoms during intercourse as a second protection even though you already use injection contraception.
I hope this helps.