Assallamuallaikum nI want to ask, I was in contact with my husband without using protection, without kb injections, so after 2 weeks I had sex with my husband, I did a pregnancy test, and the results were negative, after taking the test I immediately took kb injections, so It should have been on the 24th I had my period, but it didn’t come, and I did another test and the result was negative, is it possible for me to get pregnant, or the effect of the kb injection?
Late menstruation can be caused by pregnancy and also because of birth control injections. If you have done the testpack and the results are negative, try doing the testpack again 1-2 weeks after the last testpack to make sure it is.
Birth control injections have side effects of menstrual disorders, in the form of irregular menstrual cycles, heavy menstruation, spots appearing, or even no menstruation at all. In fact, it is advisable to do contraceptive injections during menstruation so that it is clear that you are not pregnant at the time of the birth control injection, and it is hoped that after the completion of menstruation, contraceptive injections will be effective in preventing pregnancy. If the birth control injection is done when you are not menstruating, it is advisable to keep using a condom for the first 5-7 days for double protection measures to prevent pregnancy. After a week you can have sex as usual.
There is a possibility that you may experience a delay in menstruation due to side effects of birth control injections. However, apart from pregnancy and birth control injections, delayed menstruation can also be caused by other things such as:
Stress and anxiety Physical distress Drastic changes in body weight (obesity or weight loss) Other medical conditions: ovarian cysts, polycystic ovary syndrome, thyroid disease, hormonal instability, chronic disease Changes in the body's nutritional intake menstruation following:
Improve a healthier lifestyle. Regular exercise 3-4 times / week. Maintain ideal body weight. Manage stress wisely. Get enough rest so your body doesn't get tired. Fulfill your daily needs for nutrition and fluids. Consume healthy and nutritious food. Change contraceptives if necessary. Now you don't need to worry first. If you are still menstruating late even though the test pack results are negative and you have also stopped birth control, you should consult your obstetrician so that further tests can be done with ultrasound and blood tests to confirm the cause of your late menstruation. If necessary, the doctor will provide the right treatment for you.
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dr. Devika Y