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Cystic ovaries. Had an abortion. Taken Ipill after unsafe sex. Help?

Hi I am married for 6 years now and had abortion (2 months ) on 2007 january. After that I started having less Flow. My last 2 period were very less only 2 to 3 drops on second day. I went to Gynecologist and she diaognised with Cyst on both the overies. I have started my medication. I am takinng Oosure tablets. Please advice do I have to take I- Pill if I had unprotected sex with my husband. I again got pregnent on november and had abortion.
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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May 2014
Thanks for writing in.

Please remember that Ipill is an emergency contraceptive solution for unprotected sex and not to be used as a regular method. Ipill contains high amount of hormone and if used regularly, will give you cystic ovarian disease. You already have cystic ovarian disease. Please consult your gynecologist to find an alternative keeping in mind your polycystic ovary.

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Answered: Tue, 9 Jul 2013
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