Providing 1-3 months of protection from unplanned pregnancies
An effective, short-term and reversible method of contraception
A contraceptive injectable contains a hormone that is injected into the body that stops eggs being released.
Injectables are a very effective method of contraception when used correctly.
To continue being effective, you must make sure to return for an injection every 2-3 months, otherwise you risk the chance of becoming pregnant.
Injectables offer several advantages as a long-acting, reversible method of contraception.
When deciding if an injectable is right for you, here are a few quick facts you should consider: