Kb Injection 3 Months During Pregnancy But Miscarriage?
I want to ask at that time I didn’t know that I was pregnant 2 months and then I injected a kb that 3 months I felt weird about my stomach after 3 days of testing, the results were positive that I did the test after my injection after a month and a month of injection I had a miscarriage my question is, I haven’t menstruated for 4 months but there are no signs of menstruation even to try tests again the results were negative I already checked into the health center he said hormones and waiting for 6 months so I could have my period normal
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Injectable birth control is a type of contraception used to prevent pregnancy which has a content in the form of a homron progestin that is used to thicken vaginal fluid and thin the lining of the uterus and inhibit the release of eggs from the ovaries. This way of working will prevent sperm from reaching the egg, preventing fetal growth because the uterine wall as a place for fetal growth is thinning.
For family planning injections before the injection is done, it should be ascertained whether there are signs of pregnancy experienced such as nausea, vomiting, breast changes become more dense and enlarged, lower abdominal pain, and urination. If a PP test is carried out, a positive result will occur because the hormone hcg, the pregnancy hormone increases. It is feared that giving birth control to pregnant women will affect the condition of pregnancy because KB injection causes conditions that are not suitable for fetal growth, namely thinning of the uterine lining where the fetus grows and grows, as well as reproductive hormone imbalance.
If you have a family planning injection, when you are experiencing pregnancy, you should consult this condition with an obstetrician so that you can be more certain about the pregnancy. For pregnancy, it can be assessed not only from increased pregnancy hormones with high HCG seen through a positive PP test, while imaging can be performed, namely ultrasound from which pregnancy sacs and even fetuses can be seen. So you should do an examination with a gynecologist.
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