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How many days content of i-pill will present in blood?

content of i-pill in blood will be present for how many days? do blood test reveals i-pill my age is 24 female no as such problem but i have taken i-pill due to unprotected sex because of which i got early periods and that was normal but twice in month second time it was for two days that was my previous month date 15 march and on april it was started on 4th till 9th and then on 15 april. now i am worried. because i have to go for normal blood test due to general check up will content of i-pill will be shown in the blood test...... pls reply urgently as i am worried
Asked On : Sun, 17 Apr 2011
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I-pill contains the hormones which are normally present in the female body. So, there is no separate test which can detect the presence of i-pill in your blood.The hormones present in the pill get degraded in the body in 24 hours but the hormonal disturbance caused by it can persist for months.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal

Answered: Sun, 17 Apr 2011
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