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What causes delayed periods after having I pill? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 07-Jan-2015
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User:I have got married recently
User:Had some questions regarding my wifes helath
User:we had some unprotected sex
Doctor:please proceed
User:I had given her i-pill within 24 hrs
User:but she used to have her periods evry 25th day of the month
User:but this time she has misssed it
User:Is it normal or can there be any chances of pregnancy
Doctor:May I know how many days are over the date of periods now?
User:6 days
Doctor:Irregular periods is a known side effect of Ipill.
Doctor:And it was it was taken within 48 hrs, it has a good efficacy and I doubt she has conceived.
User:ok so by what time should I wait or go for a pregnancy test
Doctor:I would suggest you wait for few more days for the periods to arrive.
Doctor:You can wait for 2 to 3 more days.
User:ok thanks
Doctor:If she doesn't get her periods then get a urine pregnancy test done to confirm.
User:does the pregency test kits available in market trustworthy?'
User:or I should conbsult a testing lab
Doctor:Yes, they are highly sensitive. You can ask for velocity kit.
Doctor:or pregnasure
Doctor:Do you have any more queries for me to help you with?
User:no thanks a lot
Doctor:Thanks for visiting me here. Bye for now.
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