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Advice on Birth control methods, Ovulation period - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hello, I am married for 6 months and we dont want to have a child till 2 years. My husband is not comfortable in using condom. Is there any alternative to avoid unwanted pregnancy? I have heard that pills take for long time causes complication during actual pregnancy. Please suggest.
Doctor :   hello
Doctor :   may i know your age please ?
User :   I am 25
Doctor :   ok
User :   Could you please advice regarding my problem?
Doctor :   now the new pills in the market are extremely safe and the best options for you if you dont want to have a child . they are extremely safe and NO there are no complications in further pregnancy
User :   But most of the people suggest to avoid pills
User :   Are there any particular pills that are really safe?
User :   I never had problems with my periods. they are always regular
User :   Hello Sir
Doctor :   dont worry they are safe, dont worry as for what type of pill you should take you can consult your gynecologist
Doctor :   but its a false notion that pills are not safe
User :   ok.Could you refer any pill?
Doctor :   since they are to be taken by prescription , and this being a online consultation its illegal and unethical for me to prescribe medication over the chat , i hope you will understand , but you can just visit a gynecologist and get a prescription
User :   I am really sorry sir. I didnt know that that its not legal in your side.
Doctor :   its ok no problem
Doctor :   but i just want to guide you correctly
Doctor :   pills are safe
User :   I had DLC last month because of early pregnancy
Doctor :   and you will have no problem
User :   so to avoid any such situation I wanted my partner to use condom but he is not comfortable with that
User :   Hope prescription of pills wont be a problem as I had a dlc
Doctor :   no it will not cause any problem
User :   The DLC was on 24th Jan and doc advised us not to have sex till 2 weeks
User :   we had sex on feb 4th but there was no precautions?
Doctor :   yes after the procedure its required not to have it for 2 weeks
User :   doc said that I will have my periods by this month end and till now i havent got my periods
Doctor :   you should take precaution if you planning on not starting a family
Doctor :   you are delay by how many days ?
User :   Normally its on 25th
Doctor :   its been only 2 days
Doctor :   you can wait for 2 more
Doctor :   and then you should do a pregnancy test
User :   ok. but is there a chance that I might have conceived?
Doctor :   it can be as you did had unprotected intercourse
User :   ok then when is the safe period?
Doctor :   its when you are not ovulating BUT please its not a effective way
Doctor :   its just that the chances are less
User :   ok.
Doctor :   BUT the chances are always there
User :   Is there any regular procedure for taking pills or i need to take it everyday?
Doctor :   you need to take everyday
Doctor :   and it will become a routine
User :   I hope there wont be any problems in my periods
Doctor :   you will NOT get your periods on the pill
User :   becasue i dont have any pain etc and i fear that by the pills i may encounter with all those
Doctor :   no dont worry
User :   So you advice that pills can be a safe method for unwanted pregnancy without hampering your periods date or is it that i will not have my periods at all for 2 years
Doctor :   yes absolutely
User :   thanks a lot doctor
Doctor :   as long as you are on the pill you will NOT get your periods
User :   okk
Doctor :   once you stop you will get them REGULAR
User :   but 2 yrs without periods is nt a problem i think
Doctor :   no not at all
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