The Right Time To Switch The KB Method?
Hello doctor .. I use 3 months of injection, the end of this month the injection is over but I plan to change the method of KB. My question is doctor, do I wait for my period to come and then replace the KB method or immediately replace the KB method? After I injected 3 months, I didn’t menstruate immediately, but I was afraid of getting pregnant if I didn’t use the family at all because my child was still a baby, if I use a condom my husband doesn’t like it.
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KB is a way of contraception to be able to prevent pregnancy. There are many types of contraception, you can read more here. Mothers can start new contraception directly on the day mothers should undergo birth control injections 3 months or earlier A few days before that date. However, if the mother is late using a new birth control, it is necessary for the mother and husband to use other contraceptives during intercourse, for example using condoms, emergency contraception, coitus interruptus (sperm released outside the vagina, but the rate of failure of this method is very high), etc. . Using other types of birth control needs to be done from the time the KB injection should be 3 months to 6 days after using the new KB. This time can be more flexible depending on the condition of the mother and the type of birth control that is even used. For this reason, always discuss with the medical team at the nearest health service center.
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