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Emergency Contraception Protect Sexually
No: The two are not related.Get a more detailed answer ›
Contraceptiion is a means of preventing conception (or fertilization). There are hormonal and non hormonal methods of preventing sperm and egg from meeting. Talk to your doctor or clinic about what options are best for you. There are short acting methods (condoms, pills, patch, ring) and long ...Read more
Should I still drink emergency contraception if I had sexual intercourse 30 days after my last period? Will I still get pregnant?
Hey I'm 18 years old and sexually active...I use no form of birth control at all...normally I just take emergency contraception...I started bleeding two weeks after my period?
I had a mirena iud implanted on Monday Oct 23rd on the 8th day of my cycle. My barrier method of contraception (condom) broke during sexual intercourse Tuesday Oct 24th and I am very concerned. Will I need to take emergency contraception? Or will the m
No: An IUD works as emergency contraception, if a woman gets an IUD after having sex. If she already had an IUD before sex, then that is very good contraception, so no back-up method is needed to prevent pregnancy. If she keeps worrying about pregnancy, she can do a home urine pregnancy test. Tests are inexpensive, very accurate, and sold in stores everywhere. Adding condoms helps prevent infections. ...Read more
I don't use Plan B as my primary method of birth control, but I used it from 10-20 times since I started being sexually active (5 years). Is that ok??
Absolutely.: Hello Johnny, To use this back-up method of contraception is indeed ok and responsible. Congratulations! You are an experienced Plan B user so you are familiar with the ways Plan B can alter your next menstrual period after taking it. Just remember that any hormone that you take can alter your periods. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I always have regular periods and this time it came two weeks early. I'm not on contraceptions but I am sexual active?
, I'm sexually active with my boyfriend I do not use any form of contraception, I have this brown discharge and pain, what is the discharge?
See details: Brown discharge and pain are most commonly associated with infection and/or abnormal uterine bleeding. I would need a lot more information to narrow down the possibilities. If this is a relatively new partner, sexually transmitted infections can be common. You need to be seen by a gynecologist. An exam with appropriate testing is required. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Very pale pink spotted 3times in 1 cycle, 1st time its ever happened, im 24, on no contraception and sexually active, no pain, what could it be, thanks?
I'm not sexual active. Could I take contraception with oratane to treat acne? Is there any concern?
Acne: You will wish to discuss the risks and benefits of hormonal manipulation with your primary care physician and your dermatologist as it relates to your own acne and health. There is a hierarchy of treatment for acne and I would not recommend oral contraceptive without trying other less harmful treatments first. ...Read more
Hello, I take contraception and I would like to stop for a while, but first after how long of the last sexual activity for not getting pregnant?
I recently came of my period two weeks ago and it lasted a week longer then normal and was a lot brighter then it has been before and it still smells like I'm still on I'm sexually active with my fiancé with no contraception any ideas of what it could be?
Not sexually active or on contraception. 4 days after my period I have spotting lasted 3 days. This is the first time, my periods are very regular?
Always had normal periods and when stop contraception. Depo injection stopped January had bleed February and none 3 months. Not had sexual relations?
It is not unusual..: For a woman's body to go through an adjustment period when stopping any hormonal birth control. During that time, a woman may have irregular or no menstrual cycles. It may take a few more months before you begin having regular periods again. The best way to re-establish normal menstrual cycles is to take birth control pills for 3 months. Regular cycles will usually continue after stopping the ...Read more
I had protected sex and took emergency contraception just to be safe. Is there any way possible that I could be pregnant?
I missed a progesterone pill and had sex outside the time the pill protects you for if you forget to take it, do I need emergency contraception?
Yes!: There are a number of good tests available that you can use to check if you are indeed pregnant. Like all tests they are not perfect but try them. Be more careful in the future so you don't have to go through this. ...Read more
Had sex w/o protection & used emergency contraception. Began experiencing bleeding and cramps, but only 12 days after last period. What is going on?
Emergency contraception is the method a woman can use to avoid getting pregnant, after she has received sperm in her vagina. She takes the hormone pills, which are usually larger doses of hormones used in oral birth control pills, within a short time (days) after her sexual activity, ...Read more
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