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Sex with condom before period - am I pregnant?

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I have Sex with my husband on 23rd May 2010, That time I was estimating my mensus with in two-three days. We have used condoms during the sex but then also I have taken unwanted 72 to avoid any risk. But after 15 days till I have not got my mensus & my Pregnancy report is negtive till date. What should I do please suggest. Some times I am feeling stomach ache also like pre-mensus. Am I pregnant??


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replied June 21st, 2010
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Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

If you were expecting your periods within 2-3 days of sex, then there was no need for unwanted 72 pills. Just 2-3 days before periods is usually a safe time. The post-coital control pills have delayed your periods.

It is unlikely to be due to pregnancy. The periods should come in another 4-5 days. If they do not consult a gynecologist. Hope this helps. Take care!



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