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Took unwanted -72 for years. Got pregnant, fetus had no cardiac activity, aborted. Due to pills?

i took unwanted -72 on a regular basis for 5years.but i dint take this since last 3years. i got pregnant last year but baby dint have cardiac activity .doctor suggested me for abortion n approximiatly on 11th week i experiencd a abortion. i want to know is dis cause of takin pills n also want to knw is dere any chance 2 deliver a healthy baby.
Asked On : Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM,
You should understand Unwanted 72 is (Levonorgestrel) this is Emergency contraceptive pill and not a regular Oral contraceptive pill.
I am sure no doctor or Gynecologist suggest such use but you have used them for 5 years.
As you conceived which indicate fertility, Abortion was MTP.
Please see Gynecologist and get yourself examined and investigated for causes of Fetal loss few of them are recurrent and take advise about nutrition and exercise.
In general Hemoglobin,Blood count,Thyroid function,FBS, PPBS, liver function,kidney function and TORCH etc must be done along with Pelvic Ultra sonography.
If any treatment required on the basis of result must be given,
I hope you do conceive and have safe motherhood.
Please take care
Good Luck
Answered: Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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