Our expert says:
1) The emergency pill should be taken after an episode of unprotected sex. It will then prevent you from getting pregnant from that episode. If you have sex again after one or both of the pills, you will not be protected.
2) Pregnancy will only be detected a few days after a missed period, not after intercourse.
3)If your periods are very irregular, you may not be ovulating and therefore will not fall pregnant. If they vary by a few days, take the longest time period and do a pregnancy test if you have not had a period by then.
4)Abortion before 12 weeks involves a womb scrape. After 12weeks it involves taking tablets to start labour pains and then having a mini-labour and giving birth to the fetus which would not survive. Costs vary according to where it is done.
5)Pre-ejaculate contains sperm and you can fall pregnant from this. Men do not always know when to withdraw and this is not a reliable method of contraception.
6)I cannot make a diagnois without examining you. Next time you have the lump, see your doctor to make a diagnosis.
7)Very likely to be normal
8)Some women have orgasms with intercourse. Many need extra clitoral stimulation. Ask your partner to do this or try experimenting by yourself.
9)The time to do a pregnancy test does not relate to when you have had sex, but whether you miss a period or not.
10)I presume ECP is the emergency contracptive pill. I don' think thaq the change in your urine is related to this. If it persists, excude a bladder infection.
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