The Impact Of Having An KB Injection Is Ahead Of Schedule?
Morning. I want to ask if there will be an adverse effect on your injection. I should have injected you on 3.04.20. I forgot I even injected 4.03.20.
Hello Ai, Thank you for the question.
KB injection is one of the contraceptives that contains synthetic hormones that function to prevent pregnancy. In general, birth control injections work by preventing ovulation, thickening the vaginal mucus so that sperm is difficult to enter the uterus when intercourse occurs, and thinning the lining of the uterus so that the results of fertilization can not be attached to the uterine wall. There are two types of family planning injections, namely family planning injection for 1 month and family planning injection for 3 months. 1 month KB injection is a KB injection received every 1 month or 4 weeks while a 3 month KB injection is a KB injection received every 3 months or 12 weeks.
If you receive an KB injection earlier, the effect does not cause harm, however, menstrual disorders can occur such as more menstruation, longer menstruation, bleeding outside of menstruation. There is no specific treatment to overcome this condition. Please pay attention to menstrual bleeding that occurs, if menstruation occurs more or longer, especially if it has caused symptoms of weakness, dizziness, or dizzy vision, you are encouraged to immediately visit the nearest emergency room so that you can immediately examine you and the right treatment can also be given. If the side effects of menstrual disorders are mild, you do not need to worry and please monitor these symptoms first. Do not forget to make your own notes about the time to receive the next injection so as not to make a mistake.
I hope this helps.