If Injection Of Contraception For 3 Months Does Not Come All Can Cause Pregnancy?
Good evening doctor … I want to ask, when I injected KB for 3 months, the medicine did not go in, it all came out, because of a technical error by the health workers so that other drugs came out of the injection … Could that cause pregnancy?
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Basically, to ensure the effectiveness of injecting birth control, all drugs in the injection vial must be in all (no outgoing and no left in vials), and the location of the injection must also be correct. If not all drugs enter the muscles when injected, of course the effectiveness of the drug can be reduced and there is a possibility that KB will not be effective in preventing pregnancy for 3 months as it should.
You should go back to the obstetrician to repeat the KB (if indeed most of the drugs are not included) or you can use other contraceptives (condoms) for 3 months before re-injecting the KB in the next injection period.
If you have unprotected sexual intercourse after the injection error, it is advisable to have a pregnancy checkup before the next injection (if you are not having menstruation). If you are still having menstruation, then you may not get pregnant and you can continue to use your injectable birth control as usual.
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