Side Effects If 1 Month Of Injection KB But The Drug Kb 3 Months?
, what is the effect if you use 1 month of injection but the injection is used, the injection uses 3 months of medicine. Does it have an effect on the effectiveness of the drug or what? Please answer
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Injectable birth control is one method of contraception that contains hormones and works by being injected into the body. The advantage of this method is that the woman does not need to take medication every day so that the possibility of forgetting is lower, does not interfere with appearance when compared to implants, does not interfere with sexual relations when compared to an IUD or condom, but can have side effects in the form of increased body weight and the appearance of acne .
Then regarding your question, family planning injection is divided into two based on how often the person has to return the injection, which is 1 month and 3 months. Both these injections have different hormone content, so if you want to inject 1 month but use 3 months of medicine, then that means what should be given 3 months, you give 1 month. This can cause hormonal imbalances in your body that can have a bad effect on many things, such as bleeding, abnormal menstrual cycles, or mood swings in addition to their decreased effectiveness as a contraceptive.
Therefore our advice, you should still obey the recommended usage rules. If there are obstacles for you to carry out these recommendations, consult your obstetrician and do not take the initiative yourself. So, hopefully answering your question.