How To Switch Birth Control Pills To Injectable Birth Control?
Hello, I want to ask if you want to switch from the pill to the injection, you have to wait for your period, and get the injection during your period? thank you
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There are many types of contraception that can be selected in an effort to delay or prevent pregnancy, including birth control pills and injectable birth control. Both types of contraception are hormonal types of contraception because they contain the hormone synthesis in them. Although it can often be obtained freely at pharmacies and drug stores, both birth control pills and injectable birth control are actually not included in the free drug class. And again, not everyone is suitable to use birth control pills and injectable birth control as a means of contraception. A comprehensive interview and examination are needed to assess this suitability. Therefore, it is not appropriate for you to replace it carelessly without checking first to the doctor.
Basically, injection KB can be given at any time. But indeed, most doctors will recommend every woman who intends to use contraceptive injections to undergo birth control for the first time when menstruation is happening. Why is that?
There are several things that are considered for this, including:
If you are menstruating, then you are least likely to be pregnant, so that family planning is safer to inject so that it does not interfere with pregnancy
After the first injection, a new KB can work effectively to prevent pregnancy after at least 5 to 7 days. By injecting contraception when a woman is menstruating, it is hoped that after menstruation is complete, birth control can immediately work effectively to protect you from pregnancy if you have sex
So it's true, you should indeed before switching from birth control pills to injectable birth control, you wait until you experience menstruation. And if you have menstruated, you can visit your doctor again for birth control. However, as explained above, before determining when the best time for family planning injections, it needs to be evaluated first, whether you are the right candidate to use this injection, or not. Therefore, you still need to see a doctor or obstetrician first to find out huh ..
I hope this helps.