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72 Hour Pregnancy Pill
Technically yes: Using progestin-only emergency contraceptive pills once, will probably not affect either the quantity or quality of the milk your breasts are producing. Although some hormones may be passed through breast milk, your child is not likely to experience any adverse effects. However, the label for ella states that nursing mothers should not use ella, it is unknown if there could be risk for the baby. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more
I had 72 hours pills after unprotected sex on 12 june, one day after my regular period and my period is delay by 2 weeks. and pregnancy test shows neg
Me and my gf had sex 4 days after her menses, and had unwanted 72 contraceptive pill at 47 hours time.. is my gf safe from pregnancy??.
On combination BC for 2yrs, sex on ovulation date, pull out method. Takes pill everyday same time except once I was 2 hours late. Risk of pregnancy?
I am on my 2nd week of 2nd month of bcpills (28 day) took one pill last month 1 hour early. How effective is it in my system? How likely is pregnancy?
Pill taking: Since you've been on pills for over a month and haven't missed a pill, the pill is very effective. That you took one pill one hour early doesn't matter. Pregnancy is unlikely. The failure rate of the method is about 1%, the more conscientiously you follow the regimen and take a pill every day, the less likely a pregnancy. ...Read more
Thanks dr. Jane van dis, i took the 1st pill around 11 hours after unprotected sex.So how will be the pregnancy chance?
Timing is everything: It looks as if you took the pill very quickly. So your chances at preventing pregnancy are good. Likely you have a 60-75% chance of preventing a pregnancy. This assumes, by the way, that were ovulating when you had the unprotected intercourse, and were going to get pregnant. It's possible that you had no possibility of getting pregnant because no egg was release or available for implantation. ...Read more
How much more of a risk do I have for pregnancy if I took my pill 2 hours late? And had unprotected sex yesterday?
No more. No less.: Without knowing which of the millions of pills in the world is being taken, and without knowing why a pill is being taken, the answer is No More / No Less. The reason is that one can presume that the effects of a single pill will be the same, taken 2 hours earlier than scheduled, taken at the scheduled time, or taken 2 hours later than scheduled... when it relates to the likelihood of pregnancy. ...Read more
Had unprotected sex 06/22/2014. Took emergency pill within 27 hours. LMC 06/17/2014. Is my current pregnancy from this encounter or a different one?
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