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Unprotected sex, delayed periods. Taken regestrone tablets, no bleeding. Medication for abortion in case of pregnancy?

Hie doctor I m 24yr old girl. my last period date was 14th Dec.I had sex on 24th Dec. now I m worried I dint get my period till date. I had regestrone 5mg tablet continuously 4days till date. but still I got period. I m scared I m pregnant. pls tell me medicine for abortion .I even had 1full papaya in empty stomach 2days.
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
Your periods were due on 14 january,but you missed your periods and now you are over due by almost 2 weeks.I would suggest you get your urine test done to rule out or confirm pregnancy.In casae urine test turns out to be positive,which means you have concieved,consult a gynaecologist who will be to give you prescription of medicine for abortion.
Hope this answers your problems.
Answered: Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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