I want to know that in my situation also ipill can help me to terminate unwanted pregnancy
No, it is too late for emergency contraceptive. Ipill does NOT terminate a pregnancy already in progress anyway. It has to be taken within 3 days (72hours) of the unprotected sex or exposure to semen/sperm. It is NOT to be used as a form of birth control. It is not efective enough for this and is less effective the more you use it. If you want to avoid pregnancy, you need to get onto a regular form of birth control. This will not help you if you are already pregnant. Wait and see if your next period is late. Chances are usually better for not getting pregnant than for getting pregnant-this is why not every sexual episode leads to pregnancy. A woman only has a 3-4 day window of fertility each month but the trick is knowing when that window is. It is not always regular. So if you were outside this window, you wont get pregnant this time. If your period is a week late or more, do a home pregnancy test. In the meantime, you may want to look into getting an appt with your gynecologist or local family planning clinic to see about birth control for the future. If you are pregnant, the Dr can explain your options to you.
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