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How to avoid pregnancy after intercourse? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 09-Jun-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Birth Control
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Practicing since : 2009
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Doctor:How can I help you?
User:i have one question
Doctor:Yes, proceed with your query.
User:today in the morning i had an intercourse with my wife withought condom and i dont want baby now
User:so what can i do now?
Doctor:May I know if your wife has regular period?
User:yes and i have a baby of 10 months
Doctor:May I know when was your wife's last period?
User:9th XXXXXXX 2013
Doctor:Consider your wife's last period was on 9th January, it is more likely that she is in her fertile days of menstrual period.
Doctor:Therefore she can most likely become pregnant.
Doctor:So I suggest the use of emergency contraceptive pill such as I-pill available over the counter.
Doctor:This needs to be taken within 48 - 72 hours within the sexual intercourse.
User:and she had an i pill 2 months back.So one more thing using i pill taking again one more time is it safe?
Doctor:It is ok, she can be take the pill now.
User:is there any side effect of it?
Doctor:Yes, I pill is associated with some side effects such as nausea, vomiting, headache, etc.
Doctor:In some case, it can cause menstrual irregularities such as early spotting and delayed period.
Doctor:However the pill is well tolerated in many individuals.
Doctor:Do you have any other query?
User:Thanks for the suggestion
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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