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Safest means of contraception - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   hii
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   doctor im going to gt married dec time nd we have had our family planning
User :   my age is 19 nd his age is 28
User :   wud u tell me which is the proper and safest means of prevention
Doctor :   Ok
User :   which doesn`t hav a ny side effects
User :   nd till wat time we need a proper planning lik
Doctor :   It depends on individual preference
User :   one yr or less thn 1 yr bt nt less thn 6 mnths
User :   wat is the safest no problm latr
Doctor :   You can try Oral Contraceptive Pills if your periods are heavy and irregular, if your partner does not want to use a condom and if you can take the tablets regularly without fal.
User :   i hav my periods regular nd normal
Doctor :   If you exercise regularly and maintain a good weight, Pills will cause no effect, if not used for more than 5 years.
User :   he liks condoms does condoms hav any problm latr
Doctor :   If your fertile period is known, then you can use barrier method and avoid sex during that time or use condoms
Doctor :   You can calculate that by shortest cycle minus 18 is the first day of the fertile period and longest
Doctor :   cycle minus 8 in the
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