I Haven’t Been Pregnant After I Injected Myself 7 Months Ago?
Good evening, my name is kristia 21 years old. I want to ask about the effect of one month’s KB? 7 months ago I took off one month’s family, after getting married I decided to take a one month injection program to postpone. I joined the KB program only twice times injections once a month. And now I have removed the KB 7 months ago. and I want to get pregnant soon. I get regular menstruation every month. Is my regular menstruation still have the effect of one month’s birth? And give tips to be fertile again after the effect of KB is
Good evening Kristia, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. KB injection is one example of hormonal contraception, and works by changing the balance of hormones in the body. Thus, the egg cannot meet with sperm and pregnancy cannot occur.
One of the things that you really need to know from the first time you decide to use birth control is when you plan to get pregnant again. This question is very important because each method of contraception has a different time. For condoms, as soon as the condoms are removed, the protection is completely gone. For birth control pills, if more than 3 days have not been consumed regularly, the potential for immediate pregnancy increases, although there may still be little protection.
While for family planning injections, the duration is longer. You have to wait for months, maybe even up to a year until you can finally fertile again. Each person is different, some need to wait 9 months, 3 months, 7 months, and no one knows what caused the difference. And it doesn't matter how many times you've had a family planning injection. Whether you have only used it once or for years, the time needed for the effect to be completely gone must take months.
So in your case, it is very likely that you will still have the effect of the KB, even though we cannot confirm it because there really is no way to find out. Our advice, try you do some things that can increase the potential for pregnancy such as having sex during the fertile period, having more routines every 2 days, consuming fertile foods for you and sperm enhancer for your husband, and do a healthy lifestyle by maintaining weight ideal body, regular exercise, avoid smoking, adequate rest, and if after a year you still have difficulty getting a child, consult an obstetrician to be given further treatment. So, hopefully answering your question.