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Unprotected sex, missed periods. Tried ecstasy drug. Should we continue with pregnancy?

Hello, I had sex with my wife recently and she has missed her period. Don t know if it s a problem, i dont take drugs but I tryed ecstasy that night. I m worried if there could be any problems, I don t know what to do. I don t know if we should not go through with it. We were thinking of having a baby soon but not like this. If you could give me advice I would be great full. Thank you.
Asked On : Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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Mar 2016

Welcome to HCM.
You did unprotected sex with taking ecstasy drug. Now your wife has missed period.
So do a home pregnancy test with urine or blood test for hcg to confirm pregnancy.
Check the result and consult with your doctor.
If pregnancy test is positive,then do a USG scan around 6-8wks for evaluation of fetal profile.If all fetal parameters are well enough,then continue pregnancy.
Need periodical check up to your doctor along with take folic acid and nutrient supplements.Avoid heavy work and long journey.
Be well and happy journey for pregnancy.
Answered: Tue, 28 Jan 2014
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