Is This The Same As Nordette? Or The Thing They Called 'morning-after-pill?

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Is this the same as Nordette? Or the thing they called 'morning-after-pill? I need the answer asap.



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i had unprotected intercourse, had an inj. and i was using doxytet + metronidazole for cleaning there after had unprotected intercourse. so can i use this metronidazole for cleaning?

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