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polycystic ovarian for which i take Triquilar pills...

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i had an intercourse on 2nd Jan and i took Ipill d next day within 20 hrs, nw its been 3 days n my periods suppose to cm on 6th Jan bt havent yet... also i wana mention tat i hv PCO(polycystic ovarian) for which i take Triquilar pills.. and my dosage of d week stoped on one day befor my intercourse i.e. 1st Jan... and my periods are suppose 2 cm after 3 or 4 days after Triquila tat z 6th bt hvnt... so m very Tensd nw y is this delayin... Plz tell Wt shal i do n y z dis happnin.

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replied January 9th, 2012
Am I Pregnant Answer A30186
Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

If you were expecting periods on 6th Jan and had intercourse on 2nd Jan, then as it is you would not have conceived because you were in a safe time zone. Taking the morning after pill along with your usual hormonal course resulted in hormonal imbalance, and hence a delay in periods. You are not pregnant.

If you are on Triquilar pills, and take then regularly, you do not need a morning after pill. Triquilar pills also act as contraceptives. However, please consult your gynecologist regarding this as it is difficult to completely assess the situation on net. Hope this helps. Take care!

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