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Had unprotected sex. Taken ipill. Missing periods. Took mepret. Home pregnancy test negative. Can blood test detect ipill?

hi...i had unprotected sex on 17th june...n i was expecting periods around 17th only..i took an ipill on 18th morning...but i didnt get my periods. then i took mepret medicine for 5 days for periods to come...but till now i didnt get.. i checked through urine test about pregnancy twice..it was negative.. what to do?? would intake of ipill be reflected in an ultrasound or blood test???
Asked On : Sat, 7 Jul 2012
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HI pratibha.arora8.

THANKS FOR YOUR QUESTION.

YOU HAD SEXUAL EXPOSURE ON THE LAST DAY OF YOUR CYCLE AND AFTER THAT YOU TOOK IPILL AND OCP FOR 5 DAYS SO ACCORDING TO THE RULE AFTER STOPPAGE OF THE OCP YOU SHOULD HAVE BLEEDING WITHIN NEXT 2-3 DAYS BUT TODAY IT ALMOST 20 DAYS PAST BUT YOUR CYCLE DIDNOT START AND YOUR URINE REPORT IS NORMAL SO MY SUGGESTION IS TO DO A USG LOWER ABDOMEN URGENTLY AND ANOTHER URINE EXAMINATION THAT WILL EXCLUDE YOUR PREGNANCY AND ALSO POINTS THE CAUSE OF YOUR STOPPAGE OF CYCLE.WITH THE REPORT CONSULT WITH A GYNAECOLOGIST HE WILL HELP YOU REGARDING THE NEXT STEP.I THINK IF USG WILL ALSO NORMAL THEN A D & C AND MOST OF THE CASES THAT WILL HELP AND PATIENT WILL START MENSRUATIONG AFTER THAT.

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