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Blood test that shows a girl sexually active or taken an i pill

what kind of blood test reveals whether a girl is sexually active or has taken an i pill? n how long does the traits of i pill remains in the blood even if it shows up in any kind of test? kindly help... thank you
Asked On : Mon, 12 Mar 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Hi and thanks so much for this query.

There is actually no test that shows that a lady is sexually active or not. However, a physical exam may be suggestive of the fact that a lady is sexually active or not but NOT conclusive. The client is the lone person to attest to whether she is sexually active or not.

Rarely do we go looking for reasons to say someone has taken an ipill or not. This will sabotage our efforts to encourage contraception especially in women who don't want to become pregnant. however, because they are synthetic hormone, they can be dosed in the system but no one really does that. I am afraid you may not find where to get that address except on special instructions from authorities.

I hope you find this helpful and provides enough information for you to make and informed decision on how to tackle this. Thank you so much for having used our services and we do hope to see you next time if need be. I wish you good health.

Dr. Ivo Ditah, MD.
Answered: Fri, 29 Nov 2013
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