Is It After Stopping Injecting Birth Control But Not Menstruation, It Is Safe When Dealing With Her Husband?
In the afternoon, I already have 2 children … I stopped injecting 3 months from 2 weeks … Like what I read for the return of fertility from the 3bl injection, I can vary between 6 months – 1 year … Even though I don’t want to have any more children … in this case, I am safe to contact my husband because my fertile period has not returned (not yet menstruating)? So, why do I want to go back to the pill because I don’t have menstruation because I’m taking the pill? Mhn enlightenment
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3-month injection birth control is a type of contraception that contains the hormone progestin (progesterone) which will stop the release of eggs into the uterus and fallopian tubes, inhibit the movement of sperm cells, and thin the uterine lining so that it is not conducive to fetal growth. It is true that the return to fertility after 3 months of injection use can vary from 4 months to 1 year after last use.
Fertility usually returns after the use of injectable birth control is marked by menstruation returned as a normal cycle. However, the working period of these injectable drugs is normally 3 months, and if you want to switch to birth control pills, you should start when the next KB injection is scheduled. If you have passed the next 3 month injection schedule, you can start the birth control pill whenever you want. After the last 3 months of the last KB injection and before you start the birth control pill, even if you haven't had your period yet it can't be guaranteed that sexual intercourse does not cause pregnancy.
In addition, you can also read about choosing other available contraceptive methods, such as the installation of an IUD, the use of male condoms, implants, and others on this link. To start a new type of family planning or to switch types of contraception, do not hesitate to consult with your obstetrician who is treating you.
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