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Pcos and unprotected sex
Hi, I have mild PCOS and took Dianne 35 for 21days and taking metformin everyday. My last period was on 15 Aug after that I took Dianne 35. I had unprotected sex yesterday and there was no ejaculation inside or on me and I peed and washed my vagina after that. Do I still need to take ipill or should I wait for my periods to come. Also, if yes than taking ipill with metformin is ok or it can effect my pcos ? Please advise not planning for pregnancy. Thank you
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It is advisable to take I pill if pregnancy is not desirable
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After 15th august you have been taking diane 35 everyday? If yes then there won't be any pregnancy because diane-35 itself acts as contraceptive.
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