Late For KB Injection, And Having Sex Can You Get Pregnant?
In the morning, I want to ask, I have to inject the 6th month to the 3rd month for the second month, but until now I haven’t injected it, and I have been in contact with my husband, I think I can get pregnant again or not?
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3-month injection birth control is a type of hormonal contraception because it contains synthetic progesterone hormone. To work effectively, this KB must be injected every 12 weeks at a doctor or obstetrician.
Regularity in undergoing injections as directed by a doctor is one of the main keys to the success of injection birth control in preventing pregnancy. Your actions not undergoing family planning injections according to schedule can significantly reduce the work of these birth control, making it clear that you have the potential to become pregnant. The potential for this pregnancy is even higher if during the late injection of birth control you have sexual relations with a partner without using any protection at all, such as a condom.
You can be sure, whether you are pregnant or not by observing the signs. One sign that is easily observed in women who are pregnant is not having menstruation. If you experience this, you can do a testpack. Or, you can also see yourself to a doctor or obstetrician to have a more accurate examination, for example a blood test or ultrasound. New family planning injections can only be done again if it has been confirmed that your condition is not pregnant.
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