Why After 1 Month Of Injection I Haven’t Been Pregnant Yet?
Morning … I want to ask, I joined KB who injected 1 month, only twice. But why haven’t you been pregnant for 5 months?
Hello Niesak, Thank you for the question.
Does your menstruation still remain normal after stopping birth control? After you stop the KB injection, it generally takes some time before the woman can get pregnant. However, there are also those who stop injecting contraception so they can get pregnant soon. This condition is different for each woman. As long as your menstrual cycle has returned or remain normal after stopping the injection of birth control, then do not despair first. Every husband and wife generally crave baby. So that a woman can get pregnant, good health of the female and male reproductive organs and good quality eggs and sperm are needed. If your menstrual cycle is still normal (21-35 days), you can try to calculate your fertile period. Intercourse must be done during the fertile period for pregnancy to occur. The fertile period is the time around ovulation, which is when a mature egg is released from the ovary into the fallopian tube. Male sperm that come out during intercourse in the fertile period of women will fertilize eggs that have been released from the ovaries. The fertile period generally ranges from the 10th day to the 17th day after the first day of menstruation. But this calculation applies to those who have a 28 day menstrual cycle. If you have different or irregular menstrual cycles, the calculation of the fertility period will be different. Here is a link that you can read to calculate your fertility period: Calculate your fertility period
Some of the following suggestions you can follow so that you get pregnant quickly:
regular intercourse at least 2-3 times a week intercourse is done more often when the fertile period at least once per day to increase the likelihood of pregnancy consuming nutritious foods including those containing folic acid. You can also take folic acid supplements to rest by simply avoiding smoking and consuming alcoholic beverages, avoiding consuming supplements or drugs that are not in accordance with the doctor's advice avoid using vaginal lubricants because they can kill sperm. If later you and your husband have tried for 1 year and You are still not pregnant too, please consult your obstetrician immediately for further examination, yes. You are also advised to consult an obstetrician if you have problems with your menstrual cycle.
I hope this helps.