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Taken postinor with 72 hrs of intercourse, alcohol intake, took 2nd tab of postinor. Pregnancy?

Hi... If I take the first tablet of postinor in less than 72hrs after intercourse, and then go out with my friends 6hrs after that, and take alcohol . And come back home 5hrs later and then take the second tablet of postinor 2 which is still within 12hrs and not later than 16hrs. Will my alcohol intake alter the effectiveness of postinor 2? Is there a possibility of pregnancy as a result of alcohol, even after taking postinor 2 appropriately?
Asked On : Fri, 11 May 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
as you took both tablets in time and
as per the literature alcohol will not affect the efficacy of these pills,
your contraceptive measure is complete.
but as such emergency pill is having 1% failure rate in general, there is 1% chance of pregnancy like all other women.
so if you do not get periods on expected date, better check once by urine pregnancy test and depending on the result take decision.
take care.
Answered: Sun, 10 Jun 2012
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