What Medicines Are Good For Preventing Pregnancy?
Hello evening .. r nSy woman aged 22. As I remember. my period on the 18th may .. Maybe I was late for my period for more than a week. Then I went to the doctor for ultrasound whether I was pregnant or not. It didn’t turn out … and I was given Norestil with a tablet … on the same day, on June 19 I was given a kb injection … and on 24 and 25 I had sex with my husband … my question … can I get pregnant? Honestly .. I haven’t planned to have a baby anymore .. my question .. r n1. Do I have to keep taking prostinor drugs to prevent pregnancy? Because what I know about how to work, it actually works for about 7 days … and I had sex 3 days after the injection. R n2. Is it safe to drink prostinor with a new injection of kb? And r n3. Is it safe for me to continue taking norestil? R n4. Can norestil help prevent pregnancy? R n5. Of all the things I mentioned … which one has the effect of making fat and your appetite increase? Because since I injected KB my appetite has increased .. oh my .. I’m not ready to have a baby anymore .. what should I do ??? I’m afraid to get pregnant again. Please answer yes .. thanks 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
Hello Liawh, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
I will try to answer your questions one by one
Can you get pregnant?
The chances of you getting pregnant if you have sex only on June 24 and 25 is actually quite small, the reasons are:
Most likely you have passed your fertile period because at this time you should have menstruated.
If you had the injection on June 19 and you had sex on the 24th and 25th then you have entered the 5th and 6th day after the injection. Even though you are advised to use additional protection such as condoms in the first 7 days after the injection, but as you get closer to 7 days, your injectable birth control is already working more in preventing pregnancy.
Is it necessary to consume Postinor? Is it okay to take Postinor after birth control injections
Postinor is effective at preventing pregnancy for up to 72 hours after sexual intercourse. Currently, because you are most likely past your fertile period and you have also used birth control injections, actually Postinor is not really needed. It's okay to take Postinor after a birth control injection, even though your hormonal conditions and menstrual cycle can be more disturbed if you take Postinor after the birth control injection.
Is it safe to continue taking Norestil?
It is better if you do not use drugs that contain hormonal interfering. It is better if you go back to your obstetrician to regulate your hormonal condition after you take Norestil, birth control injections, and use Postinor. For the next few months it is likely that your menstrual cycle will be severely disrupted by the effects of these medicines. If you have done therapy to an obstetrician, you should still continue therapy at the same doctor. If you want to move, check with another doctor, tell the doctor what medicines you take or what family planning you are using.
Can norestyl help prevent pregnancy?
When taken in the right way Norestil can be used as contraception to prevent pregnancy.
Drugs that make fat and increase appetite?
Norestil and 3-month contraceptive injections can cause an increase in appetite and body weight. Postinor and 1-month injection of contraceptives caused an increase in appetite and body weight in some women, but not as big as the effect of Norestil and 3-month injection.
What to do if you don't want to get pregnant?
If you do not want to get pregnant, use contraception in accordance with the method and rules of use given.
We recommend that you go back to your obstetrician. You should not use drugs, especially hormonal drugs without consulting your doctor first (for example, if your doctor gives Norestil, don't go to a midwife or other doctor for more birth control injections). Use medications as directed by your doctor (for example, when you have a birth control injection, follow the instructions carefully, do not have sex without additional protection within the first 7 days).
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