Menstruation The Day After The 1 Month KB Injection Schedule?
Good afternoon, I want to ask, I’m injecting about 1 month. This month I have a 10-month injection schedule. I will wait until I don’t have the moon on the 11th. Finally, on the 11th day I injected KB And on the 12th of the month I … That’s how, whether after menstruation later I have to inject more KB or not? Thank you
Hello Erni, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will try to answer your question.
Contraception is a method or tool used to delay, and prevent pregnancy. There are many types of contraception, divided into hormonal contraception, and non hormonal contraception. Hormonal contraception for example contraception, birth control pills, implants / implants. While non-hormonal contraceptives such as the IUD (intrauterine device), condoms, calendar methods, interrupted intercourse methods, etc.
The birth control you use is a type of hormonal contraception. 1 month injection KB contains an active combination of estrogen and progesterone. 1 month injection contraception is done every 4 weeks / 28 days. In its use there are no specific recommendations made during menstruation, this type of family planning can be done when I'm not far from 28 days. If for some reason you were unable to get an injection on that date, you can advance 1 to 3 days from the injection schedule.
Responding to the questions you give, your injection can then be determined based on what I have mentioned above, which is 28 days. For example, you are injecting this month on February 11th, then you will be injecting between March 9-11. It is not recommended to advance the KB injection for more than 3 days because it can cause various effects such as becoming increasingly irregular, bleeding, dizziness, nausea, vaginal discharge, etc.
If you are still in doubt, you can consult your obstetrician directly for the problem.
That's all my answer, thank you very much :)