No Menstruation After Late Family Planning Injection?
I want to ask if I am injecting one month ago, I am a hindrance on January 5, and then the next injection should be on January 7th.
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1-month injection contraception is a type of injection contraception that contains a combination of the hormones estrogen and progestin. To be effective, this type of contraception must be used regularly every month as scheduled.
Pregnancy can be characterized by several presumptive symptoms, meaning that the appearance of these symptoms indicates the possibility of pregnancy. Presumptive symptoms of pregnancy include:
No menstruation (amenorrhoea), but these symptoms can only be relied upon as presumptive symptoms of pregnancy in women with regular menstrual cycles Nausea and vomiting Changes in the urinary tract (becoming more frequent urination, including at night) Changes in the breasts (enlarged, discolored, outgoing colostrum) Changes in the skin (blackish lines in the abdomen, stretch marks, visible dilation of skin capillaries) To determine whether pregnancy occurs, mothers are advised to do a doctor's examination, midwife, or obstetrician. Your doctor may conduct a physical examination to identify definite signs of pregnancy, including:
Identification of embryonic or fetal appearance on ultrasound examination The presence of fetal heart rate on examination with Doppler ultrasound (starting at week 10) or Laenec fetoscope aids (starting at week 18-20) Fetal exposure on physical examination (starting at week 22 ) As a recommendation at home, mothers are advised to use a pregnancy test (test pack), eat a balanced nutritious food and adequate rest. To enrich insight, you can read articles about the signs of pregnancy. Such is our explanation. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.