How to avoid pregnancy 5 weeks after unprotected intercourse ?
i had unprotected intercourse with my gf last month (21st of march), her period due date is 13th of April but she has not got her period yet. she is just 18 .no pills were taken till now will she be pregnant .if so how to come out of this pregnancy without clinic cos she lives with her family .
Intercourse & Pregnancy
I ve a query regarding sexual health dat is it possible to know the pregnancy by pregnancy test in home(prega news) within 48 hours after intercourse??? at 34 hr.the result of the test is nagative. highly obliged if the reply ll come in no longer. thank you.
Took microgynon after unprotected intercourse. Chances of pregnancy?
hi, me and my boyfriend had unprotected sex twice on holiday when we had a few drinks and I panicked and took only 1 microgynon 30 pill but only 1 the whole month, then we had unprotected sex the morning after I took it, would that 1 pill protect me or is there a high chance after three...
On my period. Pregnancy chances if I have intercourse this time?
Im on day two of my period. Im currently on day two of the placebo pill week. Am i still covered on my placebo pills in terms of not getting pregnant? and does having sex on my period mean the chances are even more rare of getting pregnant with him finishing inside of me? Also i have been taking...
Took plan B after intercourse. Chances of pregnancy?
Hello. I had unprotected sex 4 days ago, but he did not ejaculate at all that day. However, he could have had precum. He urinated before we had sex. Around 25 hours later, I took Plan B one step. I was wondering what the possibilities of me becoming pregnant are. My period was sometime in the...
How does plan b one step work to prevent pregnancy?
Plan B one step is an emergency contraceptive.
It contains hormone levonorgestral and it can be taken within 72 hours after unprotected intercourse, however sooner the better.
Plan B one step acts by delaying ovulation and by inhibiting fertilization if it has occurred.
Dr Shailja P Wahal
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