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2 ipills in a month?
I had taken a Ipill after 2 days of my cycle om 29th Dec. I had bleeding for 2 3 days after 7 days of taking Ipill. So my periods are delayed. Can I have 2nd Ipill now?
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Hello, Do not have iPill so frequently. It creates a hormonal imbaalnce and interferes with your menstrual cycle. As you took iPill, you are not pregnant.
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Hello, the withdrawal bleed following ipill usually occurs after 7-10 days post ipill intake and it rightly occurred for you, confirming that you were pregnancy safe. now your next menses shall be a month after your date of start of withdrawal bleed as your last menstrual period now stands changed. So wait for your menses to arrive. However if you have been sexually active again then you may take another ipill for protection now within 72hrs of intercourse. Regards
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You had early menses following ipill. You are not pregnant. iPill can disturb menses. Your periods will come after 1 month of this withdrawal bleed. However, if you have had unprotected sex again, you can take another iPill within 72 hours. Otherwise no need. It's not advisable to use iPill regularly. I'd suggest switching to regular OC pills
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