Can pregnancy be avoided by taking Nordette pills ?
hello Dr. Pragnesh pls answer me thanks.. what is the success rate of to prevent pregnancy when using Nordette as ECP? when took 4pcs within 60 hrs of unprotected sex then 4pcs after 12 hrs of the 1st dosage .. thanks
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Had unprotected sex. Should I take an I pill to avoid pregnancy?
HI. i had sexual intercourse with my husband. But we both are not sure if there was ejaculation inside. Though both of us didnt feel so. Both of us are very early in career. Dont want to go for a family right now. My last month periods was on 13th and for May, it should start by around 10th....
safe period depends on the days of your period and if they fall on regular days. In general, the days of period and few days before and after period is considered safe.
well.. I recently got intimate with my boyfriend and I took an ipill after 2 hours.. but after 2 days I got to know I have developed a urinary infection.
I-pill is nothing to do with urinary tract infection. It neither can cause it nor can prevent the infection. The simple work of I-pill is to prevent pregnancy if taken within 72 hours of intercourse.
For Urinary infection- drink plenty of liquids (at least 3-4 litres) per day, keep proper hygiene and avoid intercourse till you get better.
With good health wishes
Dr. Sanjay Kumar Kanodia
My last period was Feb. 13 I jad sex on Feb. 17, I took te day after pill. I had sex again March 9th. I'm seven weeks pregnant. When did I conceive?
Intercourse in the initial days of march can lead to a 7week pregnancy.
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