unwanted pregnent hone ke baad kitne time me dia ..?

unwanted pregnent hone ke baad kitne time me dia jayega and usse koi bad effect na ho

Aayan asked on 22 Jan '17 at 09:29

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Aayan answer on 22 Jan '17 at 09:44

pregnent after take this medicine in hourse

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Cuteee answer on 09 May '11 at 19:10

that isnt true . . you can NEVER be pregnant when you are not ovulating . . you cant form a baby only with sperm!! gosh . . im lmao with the first answer ehehhehe . . its unsual to be pregnant when you are having you period . . . use protection next time to avoid unwanted pregnancy and come on guys! you cant have periods when you are pregnant!! if you are pregnant and having discharges you must go to the doctor and have yourself check!

Lovemyboys answer on 10 May '11 at 07:29

No form of birth control is 100% effective. If you're a teenager and you're thinking about having love, use two methods of birth control if at all possible. It'll increase your chances of being protected and decrease your chances of an unwanted pregnancy. Just tell your boyfriend that if you two are going to be having love, that condoms will be worn ANY and EVERY time or there will be no love. love is a grown up act, and if you're grown up enough to do it, you BOTH need to be grown up enough to protect yourselves. If he has a problem with wearing condoms, save yourself for someone else.

Lovemyboys answer on 11 May '11 at 09:27

No form of birth control is 100% effective. If you're a teenager and you're thinking about having love, use two methods of birth control if at all possible. It'll increase your chances of being protected and decrease your chances of an unwanted pregnancy. Just tell your boyfriend that if you two are going to be having love, that condoms will be worn ANY and EVERY time or there will be no love. love is a grown up act, and if you're grown up enough to do it, you BOTH need to be grown up enough to protect yourselves. If he has a problem with wearing condoms, save yourself for someone else.

Lovemyboys answer on 11 May '11 at 12:31

No form of birth control is 100% effective. If you're a teenager and you're thinking about having love, use two methods of birth control if at all possible. It'll increase your chances of being protected and decrease your chances of an unwanted pregnancy. Just tell your boyfriend that if you two are going to be having love, that condoms will be worn ANY and EVERY time or there will be no love. love is a grown up act, and if you're grown up enough to do it, you BOTH need to be grown up enough to protect yourselves. If he has a problem with wearing condoms, save yourself for someone else.

Krish g answer on 05 Jul '12 at 15:54

One of the best ways to prevent abortions is education. Most people considering abortion are poorly informed and are unaware of fetal development, nor the physical and psychological repercussions of abortions. They are scared and confused, and believe it when they are told abortion will solve their problem. Preventing unwanted pregnancies is always the best way to prevent abortions. While it is often believed that increasing contraceptive use can decrease abortions, statistics have shown the opposite. The number 1 reason for getting an abortion (as stated on Planned Parenthood's website) is contraceptive failure. Also, in areas where abstinence is taught and encouraged instead of contraception, the rates of both AIDS and abortion are lower.