Not Menstruating After Changing Birth Control?
I want to ask I just changed family planning from 3 months injection to Pills, I only had 2 injections and I haven’t had my period for 6 months, when it was time for the injection on January 16, I immediately took the pill because the 3 month injection made my body sick, so the pills have been taken. I want to finish but I haven’t had my period yet, is it normal or why?
One of the side effects of using birth control injections is menstrual cycle disorders. Menstruation can come late or even stop for a long time. After the contraceptive injection is stopped, menstruation will usually return within 2-3 months. Especially in your case, just observe it first in this 2-3 months. After that, if you still haven't had your period, it's a good idea to go straight to the doctor.
Slightly different from birth control injections, birth control pills can usually make the menstrual cycle more regular. Under certain conditions, for example, people with irregular periods due to diet and stress, using birth control pills usually make their menstrual schedule easier to predict. However, birth control pills still have some side effects that may appear, including:
discomfort in the breast
Sudden bleeding outside the menstrual cycle
Decreased sex drive
Sudden mood swings
Generally the above side effects are mild and can go away on their own. Side effects will also be less visible if the body has started to get used to taking this birth control pill.
May be useful
dr. Muhammad Fadhil