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Unprotected Sex

Unprotected sex is the act of having sexual intercourse without using protection in the form of a condom. It is considered unsafe due to the risk of transmission of sexually transmitted diseases (STD) it carries.

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My period is delayed despite taking ECP pills. Am I pregnant?

Query: Hi doctor, I had unprotected sex with my fiance. After sex, within 48 hours, I took two ECP tablets. After taking it, bleeding started for two days. My menstrual date was a week back but I did not get it. Also, I face some kind of a different taste in my throat, have a headache and troubled heart. I...  Read Full »

Dr. Tara Devi

Answer: Hi, Welcome to Your periods can become irregular after taking ECP (emergency contraceptive pill). It may be early or delayed by one week. You may also have spotting. You have taken medicine correctly. The urine test will not pick up early pregnancy. Please do serum Beta hCG blood test...  Read Full »

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