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Privately inject yourself and get 3-months of
safe, Effective and Reversible Protection from
unplanned Pregnancy.

Why the self-inject contraceptive

3 Months of
contraceptive protection
It’s private and
99% effective
with typical use

Small needle with little to no pain

Comfortably use it at your own time and place

Please consult your local healthcare provider for training before using self-inject.

How to use the self- inject Contraceptive

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This video is a reminder of how to self-administer

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See what women are saying about the Self-Inject contraceptive
and why it’s become their go-to birth control choice!

I just gave birth and had no plans of giving birth again soon. I chose the Self-Inject because it’s accessible, safe, and reliable.


It’s not a big deal to get pregnant. [I chose the self-inject because] I just need space and time to prepare for my kids, and hustle more

Dare Blessing

There’s no way I could be pregnant and running two jobs at the same time right now. I chose the self-inject contraceptive and would recommend it to my friends and family because it’s reliable

    Everything you need to know about the Self-Inject Contraceptive

    It is normal for hormonal methods such as DMPA-SC to change users' menstrual cycles, and women's experiences with this will vary. If your experience of menstrual side effects has been negative, consult with a medical professional and consider switching methods.
    On average, fertility returns 10 months after the last injection date, but the range is 4-12 months.

    Yes. DMPA-SC is safe for women of reproductive age, including older women. However, you should check whether you have underlying health conditions that could make use less safe.

    Yes. DMPA-SC is equally suitable for mothers and women who have not yet given birth.

    There could be many reasons for this, and it is best to seek medical attention promptly for an accurate diagnosis. DMPA-SC is not known to cause vaginal infections, but it also does not protect one against STIs. Contact your medical provider if symptoms persist.