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U go to a pharmacy and ask for i-pill. This has to be taken before 72 hrs.
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For unwanted pregnancy, i pill is available over the counter. With unprotected sex there is a risk of transmission of other infections like syphylis , Clamydia, candidiasis, Trichomoniasis, Hepatitis B & C , HIV , should test for all of these as well along with medication for unwanted pregnancy. Our center sees a lot of these kind of cases, after an exposure
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These kind of exposure can lead to psychological fear about infections and pregnancy. Meet the specialist at the earliest for better outcomes You can have an online consultation as well
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