Menstruation Can Still Occur With The Use Of Hormonal Contraception?
Tonight I want to ask, like this lately, the menstruation is not regular, and for example the schedule for returning injections to 1 month ago, on the 20th, but I have finished menstruation, it should be immediately injected, but still waiting for the scheduled date … what will you do later, because I know that mens bus is fertile … thank you
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Basically, if you have had regular birth control injections, you will not have a fertile period. Your ovaries or bladder will not release eggs so there will be no pregnancy.
Hormonal contraception (either combined hormonal contraception or contraception that contains progesterone only), can indeed cause interference with the menstrual cycle. Contraception that contains only progesterone, such as 3-month injection contraception, implant / implant birth control, or progesterone-only birth control pills (minipil), are indeed more likely to cause menstrual disorders than combined hormonal contraceptives (such as 1-month injectable birth control pills, combined birth control pills). Nevertheless, menstrual disorders can still occur with the use of combined hormonal contraception.
Even though your menstruation is not regular right now, you still have to inject according to the schedule given by your midwife / doctor. You do not need to look at your menstrual cycle to determine the injection schedule and also do not have to worry about your fertile period as long as you follow the injection schedule given.
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