The Morning After Pills have strong effects, especally for elder women. It hurt my health badly, deforming my body, disturbing my period, it comes twice a month now... a lot of side effects which I don't want to mention here.
Can I ask him to compensate me?
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If you have a case, it would be against the drug maker or your prescribing doctor--not your partner. You will need to consult with a local attorney to determine what to do next.
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Personal Injury Lawyer
Given your side effects any claim would have to be made against the drug manufacturer and/or the prescribing doctor. You should consult with a local personal injury attorney ASAP to find out what your legal options are.
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Well the first question any attorney would need to know is when did the one night stand occur, because it may have occurred so long ago that even if a creative lawyer could find a theory to pursue, the statute of limitations may have passed.
Assuming that it happened recently, it would be nearly impossible to medically link your health issues to either the morning after pill or the unprotected sex. If you could, you could sue the drug company.
I also don't think you'd get past the argument that a man having an orgasm during unprotected sex is 1) pretty much a sure thing and 2) a known risk assumed by the other party.
I don't see this as a case. Sorry.
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