Obstetrics and gynecology prescription (two doses for women in their 20s)
Q: I’m a woman in my early 20s. I had a relationship with my boyfriend at 7 a.m. yesterday. I’ve had a stomachache. I went straight to the gynecologist and took a prescription for contraceptive.
Again this morning, my boyfriend begged me a little bit while we were in a relationship. I took it out in a hurry, but I washed it right away because I was nervous. I went back to obstetrics and gynecology and got a prescription for birth control pills.
Yesterday was ovulation day, and today is childbearing day. My period started on April 9th and ended on April 15th. I heard that the second pill you took has no effect on contraception, is that true? Is there a possibility of pregnancy?
A: I don’t think there’s a chance of pregnancy because I took emergency contraceptives. The probability of pregnancy due to contraceptive effects is around 5%.
Taking emergency contraceptives twice is an act that can strain your body. Don’t worry about the possibility of pregnancy.