I Already Did The KB Injection Before The Testpack?
Sorry for continuing the previous question. If I already did the KB injection before the Tespack, what do I do? Because during pregnancy during intercourse, the husband always issued sperm outside. Is it still possible to get pregnant?
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Sexual intercourse carried out by ejaculation outside the vagina is actually very small in potential to cause pregnancy. However, even though it is very small, the potential for pregnancy still cannot be removed 100%, considering that there is still the possibility of pre-ejaculatory fluid to still contain sperm. Therefore, to assist in planning a pregnancy, this method is considered to be less effective compared to the use of contraceptives that have proven its effectiveness, such as injectable birth control.
If it turns out you are pregnant after having unprotected sexual intercourse, then before the birth control injection, ideally it is indeed done first to check that you are not pregnant. This examination can be done by doing a testpack, urine test, blood test, or also an ultrasound. However, even if you already have a family planning injection, then this action will usually not interfere with pregnancy (for example if you find that you are indeed pregnant). Because, in injecting birth control contained synthetic hormones which are true which is an analog of the reproductive hormones in the woman's own body, can be a combination of estrogen and progesterone, or progesterone.
You should consult with your doctor or obstetrician, right? By knowing the status of your pregnancy, of course this can make it easier for you to know, whether you need to do a repeat of birth control again, or not.
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