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Emergency Contraception after missing periods - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Birth Control
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Practicing since : 2004
Answered : 40 Questions

Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :  
How can I help you?
User :   Can my wife take a contraceptive pill? She didn't had her period last XXXXXXXX
User :   i mean month
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
Firstly the pregnancy needs to be confirmed
Doctor :  
then if required it can be taken
Doctor :  
That too not normal dosage
User :   but we want to avoid it
User :   we stil have 65 hrs left to take the pill
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :  
When was the intercourse?
User :   a few hours back
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
Then you can take it
Doctor :  
But what method are you usually following?
User :   actually there was no penetration but she touched the penis with the vagina
Doctor :  
User :   and we guess the sperms were there
User :   so is it ok to take a pill?
Doctor :  
Yes a possibility is there
Doctor :   But what method are you usually following?
User :   keeping her irregular period problem in mind?
User :   it was first time and experirnce
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :  
Then let her take it
Doctor :   Just this time
User :   ok its safe, right?
Doctor :  
You need follow someother method from now
Doctor :  
Yes, safe
User :   hw many tablets?
Doctor :  
No issues
Doctor :  
The I pill
Doctor :  
go as per the instructions

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