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Poly cystic ovary, was on OCP. Had unprotected sex, took emergency contraceptive pills. Easy way to abort?

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hi girlfriend who has poly cystic ovary has been consuming OCPs for the last 2 years.....we had unprotected sexual intercourse after the recent completion of her OCP course say 5 days back...i used the withdrawal method but i am not sure whether i had ejaculated inside her....but on the contrary just after dat i ejaculated i might not have ejaculated be sure she had an emergency contraceptive pill and now its been 4 days and she hasnt has her der any way she can get pregnant? if yes tell me the easiest way via oral pills to abort ...coz we are just 22 and dont wanna conceive now...please help..its urgent..!!!!
she is of 21years,
5 feet 7inches
Posted Sat, 21 Apr 2012 in Pregnancy
Answered by Dr. Minoo Bhagia 8 hours later

Thanks for the query

Since she is having PCOD , she is likely to have delayed periods.

I would like to know her menstrual history , whether it was regular or delayed as you have mentioned she didn't have her periods after 5 days of stopping the pill

You have taken extra precaution so no need to take another medicine till pregnancy is proved

You can wait and do a pregnancy test at home in urine and if positive then only give her abortion pills

Take care

Any further query is most welcome
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