Side Effects Of Using 3-month Injection And Implant KB?
I want to ask khan, in June I used family planning for 3 months so my blood came out every day after that I consulted the midwife and now I use implant KB because my injection was still up to August Vhy until now the blood is still coming out and a friend recommends it to drink birth control pills so that the blood stops coming out, r nMy question is, can I use 3 KB but what does it not affect my breast milk
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Contraception is a method for delaying pregnancy or for spacing the birth of a child. Currently, there are many contraceptive options on offer, from fertility calendars, hormonal contraceptives to sterilization or cutting of the fallopian tubes or sperm ducts in men. The types of contraception that you mentioned above are hormonal contraceptives, starting from injection contraceptives, implants and birth control pills. Each of them has advantages and disadvantages of their use.
3-month injection contraceptive is. This type of contraceptive injection is known as a progestin injection, which does not have an impact on breast milk production. The side effect is experiencing bleeding outside the menstrual cycle, especially at the beginning of its use. If you are separated from this type of family planning, the fertile period cannot appear immediately, but for a year or more.
Implant KB. Another advantage of birth control, because implant KB does not need regular visits and can last for 3 years because of the way it works automatically injects its own hormones into the body on a regular basis. Similar to injectable contraceptives, mothers can also experience bleeding outside the menstrual cycle and disrupt the menstrual cycle, especially at the beginning of use. However, fertility may return as soon as birth control is removed.
Family planning pills. The use of this type of family planning requires strong obedience and consistency from the mother. Some mothers experience regular bleeding and some individuals experience no menstruation for several months. The response of each individual is very different.
In your case it is not recommended to use 3 types of birth control which actually have the same principle, namely hormonal. If the use of implants that you are currently using is not comfortable, then consult your midwife or doctor again. It is necessary to think about the side effects that can arise at the beginning of using this type of contraception. However, you also still have other contraceptive options such as using a spiral or maybe a calendar system or condoms can still be an alternative.
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