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Is ovral-l pills for pregnancy control?

hello i am neha..i am commited.i have had intimate with my partner 2 dayz ago n the very next day i have my periods. this cycle repeats 3 times i am literally worried..n one more thing my doctor suggest me ovral-l pills i. it scares me of taking this this medicine helps me to stop bleeding or it is only for pregnancy control. please please answer me
Asked On : Sat, 21 Apr 2012
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Hi Neha.

Thanks for your query.

Since after having being intimate you have got your periods the next day then there is no chance of you becoming pregnant.

If you are having very frequent menstrual cycles, it could be due to hormonal disorder. In this case taking Ovral oral contraceptive pills will help to make hormones balanced and your excess bleeding may stop and menstrual cycles will become regular like before.

I hope I have answered your query.

Wishing good health.


Answered: Sat, 21 Apr 2012
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