Hello, I took emergency contraceptives one hour after sex, and I have been in the same room for five hours. Do I still need to take medicine?
Usually, the emergency contraceptive pill can effectively play the effect of contraception within 72 hours after the event. If you have sex again within 72 hours, you usually don't need to take contraceptives for the second time. Long-term or high-dose use of contraceptives has a certain impact on female patients, and there may be some phenomena such as menstrual disorder.
If you have taken emergency contraceptives, you can no longer take them, but it is recommended to simply take other contraceptives in your daily sexual life and avoid taking emergency contraceptives frequently, because taking emergency contraceptives will affect the hormone level in your body and cause menstrual disorder!
According to your current situation, as long as you take the emergency contraceptive within 72 hours after sex, it can play a role in contraception. Now you have a new sex life in about 5 hours after taking the pill. It should be said that the contraceptive can still play a role in contraception. It is not recommended to take the pill again for the time being.