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Does taking Cyclofemina only one affect my mentral cycle?

By January 7, 2015 - 12:02pm
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I started my menstral cyclear on nov. 9-13 n had the birth control cyclofenia injection administered on nov. 11th. Then I got my period dec. 9 -17 but did not get the injection then started again dec. 22 to now.

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Thank you for responding. I would definitely call your doctor. You have been bleeding for 17 days which is not normal.

Will you call your doctor?

Please let me know,


January 8, 2015 - 12:48pm


Dear bmaraye90,

Thank you for visiting the EmpowHER community and for sharing your question.

Monthly contraception injections such as Cylofemina must be administered every 28 to 30 days (and must not exceed 33 days following the date of the previous injection). When the prescribed dosing schedule is followed, combined contraceptive injections are considered to have a failure rate of less than 1% each year.

bmaraye90 , if you do not follow the administering recommendations exactly, you will increase your risk of pregnancy.

If you got the last injection on Dec. 22nd, you should get your next one 28 days later. You might consider DepoProvera which is injected once every three months.
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January 7, 2015 - 1:04pm
(reply to kristincaliendo)

I did not administer the injection in December. I only tok it in november. My worry is that I got my period twice in one month and I am still on my period since December the 22nd. Does this have to do with me not continuing the injection process? Since I only took in once,

January 7, 2015 - 8:01pm
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