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Birth control methods and Side effects of Oral contraceptive pills - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can I help you?
User :   Hi Sir
User :   I/m recently married
Doctor :   ok..
User :   What are the contraceptive methods?
Doctor :   how old are you?
Doctor :   what is your wife's age?
Doctor :   do either of you have
any health problems ?
User :   i/m 30
User :   she is 27
User :   no
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   you have the choice between choosing- barrier contraceptives- like condoms
Doctor :   or oral
contraceptives that your wife can take
User :   I prefer Oral contraceptives
Doctor :   you will need to take your wife to a gynec who will prescribe them after examining her and choosing the best pill for her
User :   Ok fine
User :   is there any side effects for taking oral pills?
Doctor :   yes there can be
Doctor :   many possible ones
Doctor :   they are
Doctor :   Irritations of skin. headacche, nausea
Doctor :   Breakthrough bleeding ,Dizziness
Doctor :   there are many other side effects but are less common
Doctor :   there are some conditions in which the medicen is not supposed to be be taken
Doctor :   the gynec will check before prescribing
Doctor :   is there anything else I can help you with?
User :   Thank You Sir
User :   bye
Doctor :   welcome
Doctor :   bye
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