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Hi,

I really need advice because I am worrying too much.

Well, the last day of my period was February the 5th. I had sexual intercourse with my boyfriend on the 8th and 9th, both times he was using a condom. The last time we did it he ejaculated but he also did the pull out method while wearing a condom. He said that the condom did not rip. Is it likely that I can be pregnant? I really do not want a child at the moment. My period is suppose to come on March 5th or so. I am just waiting to see if I get it, but I am really nervous. Another question I want to know when ovulation ends and in what days I am infertile if I go by a 28 day cycle. How many days am I infertile after I had my period?

Thank You.


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replied March 2nd, 2010
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Hi,

Welcome to the ehealthforuma dn I am glad to help you. The chances of pregnancy in your case seem minimal due to 2 reasons. Firstly, you had had a protected sexual intercourse and secondly you had the sexual intercourse during the time when the chances of ovulation are minimal. Thus, you had the sexual intercourse during the safe period. However, to be sure, you can do the AIMstrip pregnancy test which is a very sensitive test for the detection of pregnancy. This should be done if you fail to have your regular periods.

I sincerely hope this information helps. Take care.



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