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Contraceptive pill to avoid pregnancy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hi
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   i intercoused with my hubby this morning with out protection
Doctor :   ok
User :   is there any pills
Doctor :   Are your periods regular?
User :   if we use it cause any side efects
Doctor :   When was the last time you got your periods?
User :   on 10th this month
User :   last month i got abortion
Doctor :   How long does your cycle usually is?
Doctor :   Ok
User :   ofcurse regular
User :   last month abosted on 13th
User :   this month igot periods on 10th
Doctor :   It is unlikely that you will be in your fertile period now, as oviulation generally occurs between the
Doctor :   10th to 18th days
Doctor :   But if you want to be doubley sure you can take an I-Pill immediately now
User :   ok
User :   by evening can i take it
Doctor :   It is better if you take now, as soon as possible as the effcicay decreases with delay.
Doctor :   I also suggest that you follow a regular method of contraception like birth control pills rather than following risky techniques like this
Doctor :   which may upset your hormonal balance

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