Sunolut Pill

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qaseh Says:

Does sunolut pills prevent pregnancy?I did consume due to doc's prescription for my irregular menses.I want to query also is it possible to get pregnant although consuming it regularly???

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Verwon Says:

Sunolut is an oral contraceptive tablet, so it is used to prevent pregnancy, but to be effective at doing so, you do have it to take it every day, at the same time of the day, without missing any doses.

If you start it on the first day of your menstrual cycle, it is immediately effective against pregnancy, however, if you start it at any other time, it must be taken for at least 7 days, before it is effective.

How long have you been taking it?


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qaseh Says:

thank you for the reply. starting consume from last month but not able to remember the sorry..but i did not consume it regularly in term of time and day..

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Christin Says:

Hi I understand Sunolut is a birth control pill. I have irregular menses (3mths once) & would like to increase my chance of getting pregnant this coming July when m having my honeymoon. So should i consume the pills, have my menses so that i am able to ovulate after that to increase my chance of pregnancy? Thanks

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gina Says:
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i ask for sunolut for menses to prevent im pregnant hw

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