The Possibility Of Pregnancy After KB Injection?
I want to ask, I have not injected 2 months ago again, because the BB continues to rise and the body feels uncomfortable, first time hmil ank k 2 the distance from lps kb to hmil lg lg 6 months, is it non-injectable because of the number 2 months can be hmil again, I plan to give you an injection right now, mks
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Need to clarify, what type of injection KB do you use? Is it 1 month, or 3 months?
Injectable birth control is made with the active composition of synthetic hormones. 1 month injection KB contains synthetic estrogen and progesterone hormone combination, while 1 month injection KB contains synthetic progesterone hormone. With the right use, injectable birth control can be very effective in preventing pregnancy, even reaching 99%.
You need to use injection contraception continuously, i.e. every 4 weeks (at 1 month injection KB) or once every 12 weeks (at 3 months injection KB). Stopping undergoing family planning injections can reduce the effectiveness of injection work, so you have the potential to become pregnant if you have unprotected sexual intercourse. For users of 3-month injection contraception, fertility will usually return longer even if you have stopped using injectable birth control. Therefore, if you previously used a 3-month injection KB, maybe your pregnancy potential is smaller, compared to if you used a 1 month injection KB. However, even though it is smaller, it does not mean you are not likely to get pregnant.
It is better if you consult this directly with your doctor or obstetrician. Before giving a repeat KB injection (if you intend to go back to using a KB injection), your doctor will usually recommend that you undergo a pregnancy check to make sure that you are not pregnant.
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