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How to avoid pregnancy after having unprotected sex? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Aug-2013
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Practicing since : 2003
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User:I want to ask this for a friend as she is a housewife
User:She had sex with her husband on 25th day of her menstrual cycle
User:without protection
User:so does she need to take an i-Pill?
Doctor:When was her last menstrual period?
Doctor:What was the date of the intercourse>
User:2nd of july
Doctor:Date of the intercourse?
User:and date of intercouse is 27th of july
Doctor:Very unlikely to be pregnant with this intercourse
Doctor:If she is not willing to get pregnant now, I think she should freely choose regular contraceptive than emergency contraceptive like Ipill
Doctor:Ipill should not be used as regular one
User:ya she never took before
Doctor:Are her periods regular and predictable?
Doctor:If yes she should not worry about pregnancy
Doctor:and she just have to wait for her the predictable date of period
Doctor:Did you follow?
User:ok that means no need of i-pill?
User:what if she takes one just for precaution?
User:any side effects?
Doctor:Do you have any more queries?
Doctor:The periods are delayed
Doctor:and the menstruals will take a hit because of over hormones in the pill
User:oh ok
User:then i will suggest not to take an i-Pill
User:that should be fine
Doctor:Thank you for visiting me here.
User:thanks a lot
Doctor:Bye for now
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