Regarding The Schedule For The 1 Month Birth Control Injection?
,, at first I injected 3 months of kb … on 20 February 2018 I had to return to the injection for 3 months but on 20 February 2018 I switched to 1 month kb injection because I injected 3 months never had menstruation for 7 months from 1 year old I injected … then from 20 February 2018 I injected I had to return on 18 March 2018 after I had the injection on 18 March 2018 I had another injection on 16 April 2018 but on 1 April 2018 I had a clean menstrual date April 5 2018 do I have to return to the injection again on April 6 2018 after cleaning or return according to the schedule of injection on April 16 2018 … did the reaction disappear after menstruation … thanks
Hello Salina, Thank you for your question on HealthReplies.com
1-month injection of contraceptive contains a combination of hormones (estrogen and progesterone) in the form of 50mg medroxyprogesterone acetate and 10 mg estradiol cypionate in each milliliter, given every 30 days plus minus 3 days. Kb injection 1 month inhibits ovulation, changes in the endometrium, cervical mucus and fallopian tubes result in inhibition of sperm penetration into the uterus and complicate the occurrence of oxidation. 1 month injection of contraceptive can cause side effects itching itching on the skin, experiencing skin fungal infections, nausea, headaches, weight gain, having a normal menstrual cycle sometimes slower and faster. 1 month injection of contraceptive should not be given to breast cancer or disorders, heart and blood vessel disease, age 45 years or over, reproductive tract cancer, migraine, liver disorders, abnormal bleeding, allergies to 1 month FP content.
If you have your period and your period ends before the date of your next injection, you should still get the injection according to the injection date scheduled by the doctor or midwife. See your doctor if your periods don't stop, or if you don't have periods in several consecutive cycles.
Some suggestions for you
Perform the injection according to schedule
Note the schedule of injections in a place that is easy to remember or easy to see, such as on a home calendar
Thank you, hope it is useful. Dr. Nurmarwiyah