Sore Breasts After A 1 Month Injection Of KB Accompanied By A Negative Test Pack?
good afternoon I want to ask, last month it was October 18 morning around 10 am I was in touch and released inside but in the afternoon I had my menses and for 2 days my menses were finished, on October 27 I was midwife and I injected the KB one month ago I asked, he said it’s OK r nNow, now I feel my breasts ache, friday, and last week before I tested it, the results were negative then how was it?
Good evening, thanks for the question
Having unprotected sex just before the menstrual period has a very small chance of pregnancy. This is because sperm cannot survive in the uterus until the next ovulation. Especially if you have done a pregnancy test and the results are negative, then there is no pregnancy.
1-month KB injections have advantages other than being a quite optimal contraception method, such as bleeding disorders that are less common and fertility effects are quickly restored after the injection is stopped.
One of the side effects that can arise is that there is pain in the breast, and also the breast becomes more sensitive. Other minor side effects such as dizziness and mood disorders.
Suggestions that can be done such as adequate rest, avoiding stress, and limit physical activity that is too heavy.
That's all, hope you can help
Wassalam, Dr. Farah