Intimate Relationships After Menstruation And Family Planning Injection?
Sorry, the doctor wanted to ask, I dated 1 month after menstruation finished menstruation on the 6th, KB injection schedule on the 4th after I was clean from my menstruation I mixed it up, what do I do if I have another KB injection ?? Thanks doctor.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Simply put, as long as you inject birth control according to a predetermined schedule, you should be protected from pregnancy. And you do not need to inject twice during the same period because once a month KB injection, valid for the next 1 month and once a 3-month KB injection, valid for the next 3 months. Injecting KB twice at a time does not prove that there are more defense benefits, and can even increase the potential for side effects.
The menstrual cycle is often associated with the use of hormonal birth control such as birth control and birth control pills, it is because it takes time for these contraceptives to work. Then it should be matched with the menstrual cycle so that the completion of the menstrual cycle together with the start of the operation of the contraception. But for subsequent injections, there is no need to consider the menstrual cycle, because the most common side effect of using hormonal birth control itself is irregular menstrual cycles, or even no menstruation at all during birth control, even though it has been used for years. So if you still want to be associated with the menstrual cycle, the use of this KB injection will be disrupted.
Therefore you do not need to worry, and do not need to re-inject family planning. All you need to make sure is whether you are on schedule or not. If the injection is late, discuss with your obstetrician for further examination and determine the best treatment. So, hopefully answering your question.