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Missed period. Should I take Mensovit plus or ipill?

Hello sir.I am from saudi arabia .unfortunately I missed my period .and its got extented to 12days .and I dont want to get pregnant becoz am having 2small kids .1st one is 2years and 2nd one is 1year .so plz doctor advise me .and here in saudi they wont give tablets to get period .I bought mensovit plus and ipill and I dont understand wat to take.plz am in urgent.waiting for ur reply .
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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As your period has been missed by 12 day but still it is not confirm that you are pregnant.
Also you didnt mention about the history of unprotected sex.
I think first you should go for urine pregnancy test. and make it confirm.
as the mensovit plus used for abortion but i am not sure about the effectiveness of the medicine.
before taking it i will advise you to consult a gynaecologist.
ipill is not abortion pill it is taken for emergency contraception , just after unprotected sex or with in 24 hour.
so without confirmation dont take any drug
ok take care

Answered: Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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