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History of PCOD, not ready for conceived child, prescribed Cyclenorm. Are these effective?

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I am 27 yrs old female, recently married, have a history of PCOD but have recently concieved within 20 days of my marriage. we both are not ready for this responsibility and have consulted a GYN here in my city. she has given me a combination of Cyclenorm - E and P for three days (5 mg and 0.01 mg). I want to know whether these are effective? will these have side-effects? it has been two days since I took the tabs but no change has occured..
Posted Sat, 21 Jul 2012 in Abortion and Stillbirth
Answered by Dr. Rakhi Tayal 6 hours later
Thanks for posting your query.
Cyclenorm E&P is a birth control pill. It is used for preventing pregnancy and also for regulating periods in case of hormonal imbalances or poly cystic ovaries. They can not be used for abortion and will have no effect on a pregnancy. If they are taken continuously through out a pregnancy there can be fetal damage though.

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Follow-up: History of PCOD, not ready for conceived child, prescribed Cyclenorm. Are these effective? 17 hours later
So, in such a case, what should I do to terminate the pregnancy? what can be a suitable Non-invasive method? I need to solve this asap as I am afraid that with each passing day, there will be more complications..
Answered by Dr. Rakhi Tayal 1 hour later
Thanks for writing again.
If you want an abortion with medicines then there are kits for abortion available which you can get on a doctor's prescription. It is best to use these kits under the expert guidance of a gynaecologist as such kits are often associated with complications like excessive bleeding and incomplete abortion. You will have to search a gynaecologist near your place for guidance.
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