Out Of Spots After 3 Months Birth Control Injection?
I want to ask, I had an injection of birth control 3 months 2 weeks ago but I always had spots from the start of the injection until now. If I want to switch to the birth control pill, can I? r nAnd how?
Both injectable and pill-type contraceptives prevent pregnancy by manipulating levels of female reproductive hormones. The 3-month injection type of contraception will provide a synthesis of female reproductive hormones which is released into the body's system slowly for up to 3 months since the injection was carried out, if it has only lasted 2 weeks but you immediately take birth control pills, there will be additional hormone additions, so that the amount becomes very much.
That is why in general, if you want to switch from injectable contraceptives to pill-type contraceptives, it should be done at the time of the next injection schedule (waiting for the 3 month period to finish first), giving additional hormones in excess doses has the potential to cause weight gain, irregular menstruation, mood changes ( mood) headaches, breasts feel painful, etc.
If you are still in doubt, consult this problem with your obstetrician, so that a health assessment of your condition can be carried out to determine what factors are the cause of these spots, whether due to the use of injection contraceptives or due to other factors such as mental stress, physical fatigue, extreme diet, disorders. thyroid, etc.
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