Pregnancy Prevention Solutions Other Than Emergency Contraception?
, how come I have not had birth control but I’ve been in touch. I’m looking for a postinor at an empty pharmacy, the solution is, I usually use birth control pills
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Although often easily available at drugstores, emergency contraceptive pills such as Postinor are actually not over-the-counter drugs that you can take carelessly without a prescription and doctor's supervision. As the name suggests, emergency contraception should only be used in emergencies, for example in women who are victims of rape. And, for ethical reasons, we are not authorized to explain how to use these pills in detail, here are alternative solutions to prevent pregnancy if these pills are not found, as you asked.
If you and your partner intend to postpone pregnancy, it is appropriate for both of you to think about using the right contraception so that pregnancy can be prevented. There are various types of contraception that you can choose from, such as birth control pills, injection birth control, implants, IUDs, and so on. Independently, if you haven't had the chance to visit the doctor to use contraception, you or your partner can first use a condom or diaphragm. This is wiser for you to do than to have unprotected sex and then take the emergency contraceptive pill to prevent conception. You need to know, that the emergency contraceptive pill still has the potential to cause pregnancy. Because this pill can only prevent conception, but cannot abort the results of conception that have already formed.
If you are not protected by contraception, and you have unprotected sex with your partner, then you have a chance of getting pregnant. This opportunity can be greater if you have sexual intercourse with ejaculation in the vagina during your fertile period.
In your case, it's best that you and your partner be prepared to accept any consequences for the actions you both take consciously. You can wait until your menstrual schedule arrives. If you are still menstruating as usual, it means you are free from pregnancy. However, if you don't have a period for up to 1 week or more, you can do a testpack or go to an obstetrician directly for an ultrasound. Whatever the results of the ultrasound examination will be, please accept it with great heart and responsibility.
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