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Should I pill be taken twice in 24 hours after unprotected sex? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 19-Dec-2014
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Doctor:How can I help you?
User:Hi, my question is about emergency contraceptive pills.. something like i-pill
Doctor:OK, what do you need to know?
User:I was involved in intercourse twice with my partner... first time I didnt ejaculate...
Doctor:Ok
User:But since my partner didnt want to take risk... she took i-pill within 24hrs of this event
Doctor:I see
User:and 10hrs after taking the pill, we were involved in another intercourse.. and this time ejaculation happened...
Doctor:Ok
User:do you think she should consider taking one more ipill?
Doctor:No. I do not think it is needed
Doctor:The Ipill has an effect that extends well beyond that
User:That's great... Thank you so much doctor...
Doctor:Hey, no problem
Doctor:Do you have any more queries?
User:Yes doctor... just would like to know if consumption of such pills causes any harm...
User:yes doctor...
Doctor:Well
Doctor:No harm really, just that it may delay her period for a few days off of her normal schedule
User:okay...
User:Thank you so much doctor... I have no further queries...
Doctor:Thanks for visiting me here. Bye for now.
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