Late For Family Planning Injections, No Menstruation And Negative Test Pack Results?
In the afternoon, I want it, last month, I was late for an injection once a month. I should have returned on the 12th of March last month but because I just finished my period I came back on March 14th but I have had intercourse, until now I have not had my period, what is the possibility that I am pregnant? I haven’t had my period yet?rnWhat if it’s like that, how about it? Please answer yes.
Late menstruation can be caused by many causes, ranging from stress, activity, heavy physical activity, pregnancy, reproductive organ disorders, contraceptive use and others. If your period is late and your period is late, it's best to get pregnant again before the next injection of family planning is done. If you are not pregnant later, the injection can be done again. If you have a testpack and the results are negative, it can be repeated the following week or an examination by a doctor is carried out to determine whether you are pregnant or not.
In the meantime, if you want to have sex, you can use additional contraception, such as condoms.
The side effects of injectable contraceptives themselves can make menstruation irregular, bleeding outside the menstrual period or even no menstruation at all so that menstruation is late can also be caused by the use of injectable contraceptives. Injectable contraceptives also usually take up to several months to be fertile again.
Hope it is useful,
dr. Adi P.