May After The KB Implant Take The KB Pill?
Hello … I’m Ros. I want you to ask me about 3 months ago, I took off the implant, and then a week I took the pill. So where do you go?
Hello ROz d'Cazper.
There are various types of contraceptive methods with advantages and disadvantages of each that can be adapted to the conditions of users. KB implants is one method of KB which can be used for the long term by placing the implant in the upper arm, the shortcomings of the implant KB itself is to remove and install it must be on the health worker and there is also a risk of displacement of the implant which can be difficult when it is removed. If it has been removed, it will immediately return to fertility and if you do not want a pregnancy can be connected using other contraceptives such as birth control pills or other methods.
Birth control pills themselves can be consumed after escaping from previous birth control methods. birth control pills need to be taken every day at the beginning of the start of menstruation and then continued in accordance with the order of birth control pills. If used outside the menstrual period it will take about 7 days before birth control pills provide effective protection. For this reason, if you are going to be in contact, you can use additional contraception such as using a condom.
Birth control pills themselves have disadvantages such as can cause nausea, create discomfort in the breast, can cause bleeding outside the menstrual period, decreased sexual desire, increased body weight and mood changes. If after using birth control pills there are side effects that are uncomfortable, you can check yourself and consult your doctor to determine the method of contraception that is suitable for you.
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