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Unprotected sex, worried about pregnancy. Which abortion pill can I take apart from levogestrel?

Hi doctor xxxim xxxx years old female I live here in xxxxxI had unprotected sex last night and today is my 14day im so worried because I dont want to get pregnant because of my age I tried to ask about levogestrel here but its been ban already 3years ago in uae what I will do and what the other pills that I can take instead of levogestril? Thanks
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
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As per ur decision to get rid of ur pregnancy , first of all I suggest u to get the urine for pregnency test with ur early morning urine sample . Okay, once you confirm that you are pregnant , then think about terminating your pregnency ok.

In your case termination of pregnency through pills is possible if your pregnency is below 50 days. Calculated from the missed date.
BUT I STRICTLY ADVISE YOU DONT TO TRY OVER THE COUNTER PILLS OR THE PILLS ADVISED BY UR FRIENDS. consult a gynaecologist and take these pill under guidance of a doctor, becoz YOU MAY SERIOUSY BLEED or MAY GET INFECTIONS or abortion becomes incomplete.

This will helps u lot. I think.. If any thing u require get back to me
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General & Family Physician Dr. Nsah Bernard's  Response
Dec 2012

Thanks for posting,
Your question is very difficult to answer as per your country's situation. Emergency contraceptive (Levonorgestrel) would have been idle if it was available. For now, you are not yet pregnant (true that you had unprotected sex in your unsafe period) and there is no other emergency contraceptive that will be legally given to you online. I suggest you visit a clinic to meet a doctor/gynobs who can give you a legal prescription (remember that patient-doctor secrecy exist and so your information is protected) for an emergency contraceptive that can work within 102 hrs

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