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Why don't i have my periods after taking 6 ipills last month ?

my girl frnd had 6 i pill last month, and i think due to this her period is not happen for more than 1 and half month. wat to do now. plz advice
Asked On : Thu, 10 Feb 2011
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First of all,you have to know clearly one thing that I-Pill is not a vitamin tablet.So your girfrnd should not have to take 6 I-pill and it was your fault of knowledge. It has some side effects if taken more.

I-PILL is an emergency contraceptive pill and have to take ONE PILL within 72 hrs of unprotected intercourse which is enough. It prevents pregnancy upto 97-99%.

At present,girl frnd presents with 1 & half month amenorrhoea. So you have to do a urine test for hcg immediately. And if negative,then repeat it with blood test.

If both are negative,then do a usg & thyroid test to rule out other causes.

** The side effects that some women may have after using the tablet includes:
1)Irregular menstrual bleeding (delayed or early)
2)Nausea, weight gain, headaches, dizziness, and breast tenderness
3)Mood changes

All the best.
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