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When should I start taking Mala-D? Had unprotected sex

i had sex with my husband on 25 oct and my periods date is 8 and periods will start on 8 november then when should i start taking mala d ? can i start taking mala d tablets from 25 oct ( the day when we had sex) ? And advice me that MALA-d table can be used and on how many days i should continue taking this tablet? how many times i should take this tablet if i have sex after every 1 week in one month ? I want to know proper about safe tablets / medicine process which i eat after sex with ym husband and sex without condom. please advise me urgent. thanks.
Asked On : Tue, 6 Nov 2012
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Jan 2016
Hallow Dear,

You had unprotected intercourse in fertile period. You should have taken emergency contraceptive pill or two tablets of Mala D within 72 hours of unprotected intercourse. Now you have to wait for the menses to appear. If they appear, start Mala D tablets from second day of the menses.

If menses do not come, get your urine pregnancy test or/and ultrasonography done for detection of pregnancy 8-10 days after missed period. Tests done earlier may be inconclusive.

If you are pregnant and do not want the pregnancy you can get aborted by medicines. Report to your Gynaecologist for that.

After abortion, you can start the Mala D tablets immediately.

I hope this answers your query.
Answered: Wed, 19 Aug 2015
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