Substitution Of KB And KB Injections, But They Never Menstruate?
I want to ask, I have been using FP for 1 year for 3 months, during the month of February I stopped, because for one year I never had menstruation, my body was fat. The plan is to change the family planning program but from February to May, I haven’t had mens, but I have tested the results negatively. . Does it matter if I haven’t been able to get pregnant again? And what type of birth control is suitable …?
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Injecting contraception is a birth control method that is used by inserting birth control drugs into the body through injections in the muscles of the body. This method of KB injection can use the method of KB injection 1 month or method of KB injection 3 months. Each of these birth control methods contains hormonal birth control drugs that are expected to help prevent pregnancy.
Side effects that can be found by 3-month injection KB acceptors are:
1. menstrual cycle disorders
2. increased body weight
3. breast pain
5. some cases require recovery of fertility several months to one year
6. disruption of bone density
However, there are many cases where 3-month injectable birth control acceptors who are free from birth control do not take long for the chance of pregnancy.
In connection with your question, if you currently have a 3-month KB injection, and at this time you have not had your period, it is likely that this condition is a side effect of your previous use of birth control. Because the side effects of KB are menstrual disorders, some cases are often found to be delayed by menstruation a few months after having injected KB for 3 months. So if you plan to get pregnant again, then you can wait for fertility by evaluating the fertility period every month either by identifying signs of fertility or by self-fertility / ovutest tests that you can buy at the pharmacy. In addition, waiting for your menstrual cycle to return smoothly, to help expedite your menstrual cycle, and increase the chances of your pregnancy; You can try to do regular exercise, get enough sleep and consult with your obstetrician for examination and to help balance your female hormones so as to help smooth your menstrual cycle.
However, if you do not plan to become pregnant again and still want to use other birth control methods, you can consider using a non hormonal birth control method, where the birth control method in the womb is expected to not affect your female hormonal system but can help prevent pregnancy. And discuss this birth control method with your obstetrician, so you get the right information for you.
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