The Effectiveness Of 1 Month Injection KB
Doc I want to taya … I will inject one month … my rules will be again on April 4, 2020 kmrin … I just forgot … then on April 10 I injected again … and I was vulnerable for time I’m late having a husband and wife relationship … how come the doc … is there still a residual period of obt in my body … I’m afraid of getting pregnant … I just sc.
Thank you for the question.
1 month injection contraception, as the name suggests, is only effective in protecting you from 1 month (4 weeks) pregnancy. Furthermore, to maintain the effectiveness of family planning work, you need to have regular family planning injections every 4 weeks. If you are late for an injection, it is clear that the effectiveness of birth control will decrease, so that your potential for pregnancy when having sex will be greater. If it turns out you are already pregnant, birth control isn't even able to abort your womb.
Indeed, the recommended distance between pregnancies, especially in women who have had a cesarean delivery, is not less than 2 years. However, even in cases like you there are no preventive steps that can be done, but sexual relations have already occurred.
Our advice, don't panic yet. Not all people who have sex without safety will then become pregnant. Therefore, you try to observe, whether in the future you experience signs of pregnancy (such as no menstruation, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, breast pain and swelling, weakness, frequent urination, splitting, mood swing) or not. If so, you can try doing a testpack to ensure this pregnancy. However, if you continue to experience menstruation as usual in the future times, it means you are not pregnant. If you and your husband still want to postpone pregnancy, you should not forget your family planning injection schedule again, okay?
I hope this helps.