Shortness Of Breath, Headaches And Lumps In The Throat, Is It Pregnant Or A Side Effect Of KB Implants?
Hello, I want to ask you about KB implants. I put the KB implant in my menstruation period. Can I do it? After 5 days of implantation, I had intercourse, after 9 nights having sex, suddenly there was shortness of breath, dizziness, head, throat seemed to have a strange, lazy what to do and until now I still feel the complaint. Am I pregnant or side effects of KB implant puncture. Please answer
Hello Neeng, Thank you for the question.
Hormonal contraception is a contraception that uses synthetic hormones to prevent pregnancy. Hormonal contraception can consist of birth control pills, birth control injections, implant birth control, or intrauterine devices (IUDs) that contain hormones. KB implants are contraceptives that contain the hormone progestin which works to thicken vaginal mucus so that sperm is difficult to enter and make the uterine wall thin so it is not possible to support pregnancy. KB implants are recommended to be installed during menstruation (the first 5 days of the menstrual cycle) in order to immediately provide protection against pregnancy. On what menstrual day did you have the implant KB installed? If it is still within the first 5 days of menstruation, then implant KB can immediately work to prevent pregnancy. Side effects of implant KB are pain in the skin of the arm where implants are installed, swelling, menstruation becomes irregular, changes in mood, and weight gain.
Do you not only have a sore throat or a sore throat when you swallow? Your complaint may be caused by strep throat, tonsillitis. flu, bronchitis. These complaints can be accompanied by fever, cough, runny nose, headaches, muscle aches, fatigue, decreased appetite.
Signs of pregnancy include nausea, vomiting, frequent urination, delayed menstruation, breast tenderness, fatigue, a more sensitive sense of smell, mood swings, dizziness, and blood spots. However, the signs of pregnancy are signs of pregnancy that are uncertain or in other words if you experience these signs, not necessarily you are pregnant. To ensure pregnancy, a testpack and an ultrasound examination by an obstetrician are required.
You can do the following suggestions:
multiply the consumption of nutritious foods
multiply water consumption
Avoid exposure to air pollution
take paracetamol if you experience headaches
If this complaint continues, please consult with your doctor for further examination and treatment.
I hope this helps.