The Possibility Of Getting Pregnant If Having Intercourse During Late Family Planning Injection
Sorry I’m a bit open story, on the 14th I should KB (injection) on the 7th of my menstruation until the 13th and the 15th I met my husband and had sex as much as 3x on that day and the next day 2x, I felt anxious because I KB is late if pregnancy will occur even though only one day I am late KB? Until now I have not also KB because I’m afraid it has already bearing fruit in my womb
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. For all types of birth control, especially those that do not involve surgery such as the use of condoms, birth control pills, birth control, implants / implants and IUDs, what you need to know is that even if you use them well and as recommended, the possibility of pregnancy will still be present.
This is because so far there is no family planning method that is able to guarantee 100% of users will not get pregnant. Even through the method of surgery, there are still a small portion, one of thousands or even tens of thousands of cases where patients remain pregnant. So from here alone we can draw the conclusion that if by using it properly there is potential for pregnancy, especially if we have used it incorrectly, wrongly or late.
In your case, interpreting it certainly does not mean you will use it too late and you will definitely get pregnant, but the potential for pregnancy will increase. For example, let's say your potential to get pregnant if you don't use birth control at all is 80%, and after using injectable birth control, your pregnancy potential drops dramatically to only 1%. When you use the KB injection it is not in accordance with the recommendations, the potential for pregnancy increases again, to 10%, but not directly 80% like when you have not used a KB injection. Regarding the original percentage, this will depend on the condition of each person so that we cannot specify in your case, but the illustrations are more or less like that.
So our advice, if you are afraid you are pregnant, do a pregnancy test and if the results are negative, consult your obstetrician about the schedule for the next KB injection. In the future, do not change your birth control schedule even though you have menstruation because after the first injection, menstrual schedule is no longer a benchmark for family planning time. This is because a person's menstrual schedule is very likely to become messy or irregular after using birth control, so it can no longer be used as a benchmark. So, hopefully answering your question.