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Proper usage of ipill - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Getting Pregnant
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User :   hi doc
User :   u thr
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   doc i had my last period on 14th dec
Doctor :   ok
User :   & jan 4th i had intercourse wit my fiancy
User :   thn on 6th i had med i pill
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   ok
User :   agn i had intercourse on 8th but it was not actually intercourse..
User :   as my period date is 14th jan (dis moth)
User :   it didnt appear
User :   i mean come..
User :   so can u suggest me..
User :   sud i w8 or sud i take i pill agn
Doctor :   you have had sex in the fertile period
User :   i didnt get u?
Doctor :   and taken the contraceptives late, it should bu usually taken with in 12 hours for 100% safe
Doctor :   any way it can be taken with in 72 hours
User :   yes...
Doctor :   if taken after this will not protect you from pregnancy
User :   but now wht sud i do
User :   sud i go for i pill agn or sud i w8t
User :   wht u suggest
Doctor :   no if you take now it will not be actively
User :   it ws not actual
User :   so wht sud i do thn?
User :   u thr?

Doctor :   you need to do pregnancy test after 22nd of Jan to know whether you are carrying
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