Do You Get Pregnant When Are Taking Femitrone

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Do you get pregnant when you are taking femitrone?

As advised by my doctor, i am taking femitrone. I want to know if I have a physical relationship without a condom, will i get pregnant? ## Is Femitrone medicine safe or not during the 1st month of pregnancy? ## If I have physical relations with my misses who takes this medicine, will she get pregnant? ## Hello Rai Rai, Femitrone reportedly contains the active ingredient Norethisterone which is a drug that reportedly is used to prevent pregnancy or help regulate menstrual cycles. This medication has also been reported to be prescribed to women who experience irregular menstrual cycles. No contraceptive is 100% accurate so there is always going to be a risk involved when having unprotected intercourse. I would suggest taking extra precautions to decrease the chances of an unplanned pregna... ...

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Femitrone - Best contraceptive pills to control period timing?

Hi.. my period will be on same date as my marriage and I want to know what medicine I can use to postpone it? Can I take contraceptive pills..? which one is appropriate? plz give me some hints ## My girlfriend took postinor 2 after our moment of intimacy last month, but she called me today and said that she is pregnant. Can she get pregnant after taking postinor 2? ## Will Femitrone help to postpone my monthly period or not? How should it be taken? ## What is the exact dose to delay my menstrual cycle? Is taking it one time a day sufficient? ...

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