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Trying to conceive, unprotected sex. Taken many unwanted 72 pills. Side effects of medication?

hello, i have physical relation with my fiance since last 2 years on regular basis. During last 2 yeras she takes almost 30-35 unwanted 72 pills. now we are planning to marry and planning for a baby. is there any problems , to conceive a child due to such number of ipills? what measurement we can take to conceive a baby? please help us...
Asked On : Sun, 14 Oct 2012
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Dear chandresh , I-pill is an emergency contraceptive which contains progesteron a hormone that prevents pregnancy. It has some side effects like-
1. irregular menstruation
2. nausea
3. vomitting
4. headache
But it will not affect any future pregnancy so nothing to worry. Nothing special required.
a. Usually in a 28day cycle ovulation occurs at around 14th day so focus in 2nd and 3rd week, chances will be more.
b. Try in usual position because that helps in movement of sperm and increase the chance of fertilisation.
c. Dont use lubricant because they may have spermicidal property.
thats all . best of luck.
c. dont use lubricant that may have some spermicidal property.
thats all. best of luck.
Answered: Sun, 14 Oct 2012
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