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Currently, many contraceptive methods are chosen by KB acceptors, 50% are injectable contraceptives, this is because injectable contraceptives are used for simple, safe, and effective work. However, many family planning acceptors actually raise the issue of changing the menstrual cycle as one of the side effects of this method. This study aims to determine the differences in changes in the menstrual cycle in the use of cyclofem contraceptives and depo medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA) for injectable family planning acceptors at PMB Ny. L Year 2022. This research was conducted at PMB Ny. L Year 2022 with a sample of 25 KB injectors Cyclofem and 53 acceptors KB injecting Depo Medroxyprogesterone Acetate (DMPA). This research is a type of analytic survey research with a cross-sectional approach, using primary and secondary data. Sampling using accidental sampling. In this study, it was not known that there was a difference between changes in the menstrual cycle and the use of Cyclofem contraception with long duration and duration (p=0.401), but there was a difference between changes in the menstrual cycle and the use of Depo Medroxyprogesterone Acetate (DMPA) with long duration and duration (p= 0.001). . The conclusion of the study was that there was a significant difference between changes in the menstrual cycle and the duration of using Depo Medroxyprogesterone Acetate (DMPA) injectable contraceptives. Suggestions from this study are to further improve education about the side effects and risks of injectable contraception and how to deal with the changes in the cycle they experience and to be able to direct injection family planning acceptors to switch to long-term contraception if knowledge wants to delay pregnancy.


Keywords: Changes In The Menstrual Cycle, Cyclofem, DMPA

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