Late For Monthly KB Injection, Is It Possible To Get Pregnant?
Hello … I want to ask for my KB injection on January 7, but before I had intercourse and the next day I menstruated so I was late … because I thought I was menstruating so GK might get pregnant wloupun late injections a day but in February I usually menstruate before menstruation before … injecting … it’s already gone a few days how come GK is menstruating … if you have to test it you have to wait Sunday …
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Injectable birth control is a hormonal contraceptive method to delay pregnancy. In Indonesia, family planning injections are divided into 2, namely 1 month family planning injection, and family planning injection 3 months. Family planning injections are in demand by many women because they seem practical and do not need to take medication every day. However, as with other types of contraception, injectable birth control also has some side effects such as abnormal bleeding, forget about the injection schedule, dizziness, migraine, sensitive breast, mood changes, and does not protect from sexually transmitted infections.
Injectable birth control will have the effect of preventing pregnancy for the next 12 to 13 weeks. If you miss the schedule of family planning injections that are supposed to, pregnancy is very likely to occur if you actively have sex with a partner, especially without using a condom. You can get pregnant after 3-4 months without getting a KB injection. But this effect is different for each woman.
If you haven't had your period yet, don't worry, usually menstrual schedules on birth control can be interrupted. But the doctor will usually ask you to do a pregnancy test if it turns out you are 2 weeks late not injecting birth control from the scheduled schedule and you have had sex in the last 120 hours. I suggest consulting yourself directly to a specialist obstetrics and gynecologist for a thorough examination.
What you can do now is:
- Use a condom or postpone having sex first until you do the next KB injection at a specialist obstetrics and gynecologist.
- If you have already had sexual intercourse without contraception, you can use an emergency contraceptive pill, but still after first consulting your obstetrician and gynecologist.
-Make a schedule for the next KB injection on your calendar or on your mobile alarm.
Such information that I can provide, hopefully can help you.