The Effectiveness Of Postinor 2 To Prevent Pregnancy?
I want to ask if I have intercourse at 5 pm but only rub and release sperm outside of her womanhood and my wife is still a virgin. then he took postinor 2 the next day at 11 noon for 1 tablet. then I take one tablet 12 hours later, 11 o’clock at night. Does it work effectively prevent pregnancy? or he must take back the postinor 2? Because he doesn’t feel the postinor effect?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. To answer your question, there are a number of things that need to be understood. First, a new pregnancy can occur when the sperm cells that you release when ejaculating, can meet with eggs in your wife's female organs. From here alone, if your wife is still a virgin because you have never penetrated and had sex only to a swipe, pregnancy is not possible because there is no way from the sperm to the egg. Even if there are eggs that have entered, the distance is too far away to be able to later meet and fertilize sperm cells. So we can say, even without the need to use emergency birth control pills, your wife will not get pregnant.
Then regarding birth control pills or emergency contraception. This is a contraceptive method used when a woman wants to avoid potential unplanned pregnancy, for example because she forgets to take birth control pills regularly, condoms that leak during sexual intercourse, or to rape victims. The effectiveness of these pills is usually when consumed within 72 hours of sexual intercourse, by means of use as stated on the packaging. So you do not need to increase the consumption of medicine if so far it has been used in accordance with the recommendations. If you feel unsure that you have taken the medicine correctly, consult your obstetrician for an examination first to avoid any adverse misunderstanding.
Regarding your next question, there really is no effect to look forward to using this pill. There are side effects, such as abdominal pain, menstrual bleeding, hardened breasts, headaches and dizziness, but side effects are not effects that should be awaited. Not everyone experiences side effects. For example if you take cough medicine that can cause drowsiness. Sleepiness is a side effect, and does not mean that if you are not sleepy, the medicine does not work. If you are not sleepy, it just means that you don't feel any side effects. As with emergency contraception, just because your wife doesn't feel anything doesn't mean the medicine isn't effective.
The point is, once again, when talking about the potential for pregnancy, your wife's potential for pregnancy is actually already very low or does not even exist if you see from your story even though you do not use emergency contraception. Even if you doubt and still want it to take emergency contraception, then follow the rules of use that are on the packaging. If you want to use it outside the packaging rules, then check with your obstetrician. If you and your wife are not ready to have a baby, then consider using regular contraception because emergency contraception should not be used continuously as general contraception. So, hopefully answering your question.