The Testpack Is Positive After 3 Months Of Injection?
Good morning, I want to ask … Last month … Thursday, July 4, 2019 I menstruated, then on July 15 mixed with my husband … with him without contraception because I usually never get pregnant. Well, for fear of getting pregnant again, finally on the 19th of KB injection for 3 months for the first time. Now it’s August 7, 2019 ,, so 3 days late … I haven’t menstruated because I was curious this morning, check testpack u0026amp; the result is positive line 2. Am I pregnant? If yes, how is that … I have already had a KB injection … if there is an earlier conception and then in the process of conception the KB is injected … are there any side effects for the fetus or are it dangerous for the fetus? Because the injection effect is still there until next month. But if you say you are pregnant … I don’t feel physical changes like tightness in the breasts, etc. I hope not to get pregnant, because my last child is only 8 months old. Please answer … what should I do to avoid becoming pregnant. Thank you ..
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your concerns and confusion. Starting with the first sign of pregnancy, the sign of pregnancy understood by lay people so far, with late menstruation, changes in breasts, stomach cramps, nausea, vomiting, increased frequency of urination and so on, is actually not a sure sign of pregnancy. This is only a sign of conjecture, and the lowest degree of trust. This is because these signs can be found in conditions other than pregnancy, and even pregnant people do not absolutely have to experience these signs.
What is more believable above the allegations is that they may be pregnant, and include pregnancy tests such as a testpack (TP). TP is said to be a possible sign and not a sure sign because the device can be wrong, the user can be wrong. So in the end to be sure that someone is pregnant, a definite sign must be found in the form of a fetal heartbeat, pregnancy sac, and the presence of fetal organs. It was only when these signs were found, someone said to be pregnant.
In your case, your condition is now more likely to become pregnant, because even though there is no suspicion sign, there is a possible sign, which is a positive TP. And indeed, among the main requirements for family planning injections is not being pregnant, because it has the potential to harm the fetus. But with the conditions that are happening now, the best step you can take is to check with your obstetrician and do an ultrasound to find out if you are pregnant or not, and if indeed pregnant, discuss with your obstetrician, what to do next. Usually you will be advised to more routinely control and avoid physical activity and taking pregnancy supplements and uterine boosters to ensure the safety of your fetus.
In the future, if in such conditions, the steps you can take is to take emergency contraception, which works optimally if within 72 hours of sexual intercourse, not by using birth control injections, because family planning injections are to avoid for a long time. In addition, if you find that you are indeed pregnant, do not even think about having an abortion, even though you may not be mentally and financially ready. This is because aborting the womb independently against the law, and makes you potentially imprisoned for 10 years or a fine of Rp 1 billion. So, hopefully answering your question.