Irregular Menstrual Cycles And Not Yet Pregnant After Marriage?
In the afternoon, I want to ask .. on the 1st and 8th of my HB … on the date of 4des I took the emergency medicine, and on the 10th day, I bled like jelly red .. around 4 days I stopped and clean .. and after a week in about 15des and then blood comes out again … like menstruation … 7 day kurleb cycle .. and during January I haven’t had menstruation anymore … plus I have entered the month of february not coming menstruation yet … I also have testpack the results are negative … is it because take my menstrual cycle emergency medication so I don’t get organized? before my menstrual cycle was also sometimes irregular but not until monthly like this … could I have been pregnant because during the last menstruation 15des until now I never did HB … please explain …
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First of all, it helps you explain in advance about your menstrual cycle beforehand to be able to find out whether December 1 and 8 when you have sex is your fertile period or not. If it is not your fertile period, then the possibility of pregnancy will be very small or even non-existent. Second, you should also explain when your test pack is done? If you do the test pack when you are experiencing menstrual delays, then the results of the test pack are quite accurate and you are not pregnant. However, a negative test pack result should be confirmed by a repeat examination 3-7 days after the first examination if you have not had menstruation. If your test results are also negative, then you are most likely not pregnant.
Emergency contraception should be consumed as soon as possible after sexual intercourse. This KB will only function if taken within 72 hours after intercourse. If you consume this KB on December 4, then this KB will not work to prevent pregnancy in your sexual relations on December 1 (and also sexual relations on December 8).
Although this birth control does not work to prevent pregnancy, but you can still feel the side effects of this birth control. One of the side effects that often occur in the use of emergency birth control is a change in the menstrual cycle. Menstrual cycles can come faster, slower, spots appear before the menstrual cycle, menstruation can be more or less, longer or shorter. If your test pack results are negative, then it is very likely that the changes in your menstrual cycle are currently a side effect of the emergency birth control you are consuming.
If you and your partner do not want a pregnancy, it helps you avoid having sexual relations or using contraception. The following are articles that you can read about the choice of contraception. Consult your obstetrician or midwife about the selection and installation of contraceptives that best suits your and your partner's needs.
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