Contraceptive Injection
Hormonal method


  • Lasts for one up to three months
  • Does not require daily or weekly attention
  • Allows sexual spontaneity and doesn’t interrupt sex
  • May reduce heavy and painful periods for some women
  • An alternative to those affected by the hormone estrogen
  • Can be used when breastfeeding


  • Requires keeping track of the number of months used
  • May cause some people to suffer headaches and mood swings
  • May cause headache, weight gain, abdominal discomfort
  • May take up to one year for your period and fertility to return after stopping injection
  • May disrupt menstruation
  • Bone density loss if you get the shot for more than two (2) years in a row
  • Does not protect against HIV infection (AIDS) and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs)

Still unsure? Fill in our form and show it to your doctor or pharmacist to find out which contraceptive method suits you best.