... periods actually comes on 14 nov but it cames on 1st november... and she is feeling vomiting so is she pregnant? Plz reply m in tension i gave her ipill on 25th evening
You guys are very selfish. You expect your ladies to take a pill that is a huge dose of hormones and is going to mess her cycle up for at least a month. It isn't for routine birth control, its for emergencies. It will cause her to bleed when its not due, and her period will be late.
An emergency is not you just didn't feel like using a condom. It is not as effective as regular birth control pills, which have a failure rate of less then 1%. The ipill and pills like it have a 5-15% failure rate. They aren't magic. They don't cause miscarriages. All they do is delay ovulation and not for long. The failure rate is the chance of pregnancy.
So get condoms or talk to her about routine birth control pills.
You gave her the pill after sex? Anyway she. should have already been on the pill several months be having sex... and there really isn't a 100% safe sex without getting pregnant... and wait till your and annd able to work and support the baby and the woman /girl. and you should be married before sex... but if not atleast get married are dbe able to help support the baby.
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