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Is it ok to take Meprate along with I pi
My last periods was on 15.03.2024. I was On Femilion for three years. February 2021 to March 2024. I was asked to stop Femilion for a break. Since I didn't get my periods on the expected cycle and keeping in view of the OCP effect, I was asked to take Meprate for withdrawal bleeding. However on 21.04.2024 Saturday, me and my husband were involved in foreplay. First he ejaculated on his penis. He cleaned himself and rubbed my vagina. What I am trying to say is, there was no penetration of any sort. We never had any Intercourse. My  gynecologist made me take Smart Pill 72 to prevent pregnancy. I took the first dose within 24 Hours. Then again she made to take another pill within two hours of first pill consumption. Then one more on Monday and the last one on Tuesday. Side by side, she has asked me to Meprate as well. What I don't understand is, 1. Why so many dosages?. Why was I asked to take Levenogestrol? Next questions are 1. When to expect withdrawal bleeding. 2. Any pregnancy chance
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