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Me and my fiancee are thinking of going for regular contraception methods (e.g. Morning after pills)for family planning but neither of us have any idea about this method. To which specialist we should consult(sexologist or gynics/obstetrician). And will taking these family planning methods affect her pregnancy later?
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Dr. Anil Kumar Jain
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Hello there. You need to go and consult a gynaecologist regarding this. Based in the duration for which the contraception is required. Tablets for short term contraception and you could also opt for copper T device for a little long term of contraception. Consult a gynaecologist for further help. Regards
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Dr. Radhakrishnan nair
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Hi Its a good decision to take low dose contraceptive pills which doesn't have much side effects.However before starting consult a gynaecologist to get her examined. Regards
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