Not Yet Pregnant After Stopping Injection Birth Control?
previously I injected kb after the injection my menstruation was irregular sometimes it could be once a week I came once a month, whether it was because of kb or there was a disease, yes r n I am over 2 years trying to have another child but I am not pregnant yet I am pregnant too r nI can’t have any more children r nThat’s because I couldn’t get pregnant again before I gave birth
Hi Miya, thanks for the question for HealthReplies.com
There are 2 types of injectable contraceptives, 3-monthly injectable contraceptives containing the only progesterone hormone and 1-month injection contraceptives which contain a combination of the hormones estrogen and progesterone. Basically, using hormonal birth control can indeed disrupt the menstrual cycle, but this effect is more pronounced when using progesterone-only contraceptives such as 3-monthly injections. The menstrual disorder that you experienced before is most likely a side effect of birth control, because after you stop using birth control, your menstruation returns to normal.
Infertility can be influenced by various factors, it can come from men or women. Couples who have previously had offspring may also become infertile for several reasons.
The following are some of the factors that can cause infertility in men:
The presence of certain physical disorders or diseases, such as varicoceles, infections, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, retrograde ejaculation, tumors or cancers in the reproductive organs, hormonal disorders, side effects of certain drugs Environmental factors, such as exposure to radiation, chemicals, or heavy metals , Frequent or excessive heat exposure in the testicular area Lifestyle factors, such as excess stress, excess body weight, use of illegal drugs such as cocaine or marijuana, excessive steroid use, smoking and excessive alcohol consumption
The following are some of the factors that can cause infertility in women:
The presence of certain physical disorders or diseases, such as infections in the reproductive organs, the presence of myoma or tumors in the uterus, ovarian cysts, problems with the fallopian tubes (such as adhesions of the tubes), hormonal disorders such as PCOS, autoimmune diseases, side effects of using certain drugs. environment, such as exposure to radiation, heavy metals, or certain chemicals Lifestyle factors, such as excessive stress, too little or too much weight, smoking and excessive alcohol consumption
If indeed you and your partner have been trying to have children for more than 1 year, you and your partner have had sexual intercourse regularly and do not use any form of contraception, then you and your partner should consult your doctor about this infertility or infertility problem. You can consult a gynecologist, and your partner can consult a urologist or an andrologist. In cases of infertility like this, various tests are needed, such as sperm analysis, hormonal tests, and uterine ultrasound.
Meanwhile, you can still try to have sexual intercourse regularly with your partner every 2-3 days, or have sexual intercourse more frequently in your fertile period. Make sure you and your partner avoid all the factors that can cause infertility, such as stress, exposure to excess heat in the testicles, smoking, alcohol, etc.
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