Time For The 3 Month Injection Of Contraception And The Boy’s Pregnancy Program?
Hello, I am currently 31 years old and I am joining KB 3 months … according to the gender calendar if I want a boy to be fertilized at the age I am 36 years old can I ask you if I can leave my 3 months? Thanks
Hello Mrs. Citra! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
First, it should be noted that pregnancies over 35 years of age have a higher risk of complications. Second, I need to explain that there is no such thing as a gender calendar. The sex of the baby is determined by the chromosomes carried by the sperm of the mother's partner that fertilizes the mother's egg. Among the millions of sperm your partner produces during ejaculation, half contain the X chromosome which will make your child a girl and the other half contains the Y chromosome which will make your child a boy. Both baby girls and boys are equally valuable. Of course you want a healthy pregnancy and give birth to a healthy baby. For this reason, it is better if you become pregnant at your current age, before reaching the age of 35.
In theory, your fertility will return to normal 6 months after the last injection. As many as 50% of women became pregnant within 10 months after the birth control injection in the last 3 months. However, many women also become pregnant after 2 years. If you haven't gotten pregnant 2-3 years after the last injection, it's a good idea to see a gynecologist for further examination. Don't forget to start taking supplements for pregnant women, especially folic acid and iron, when you get your last injection. These supplements can help you prepare your body to have sufficient reserves of folic acid and iron, so that the development of the fetus that you are carrying can run optimally.
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