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2 contraceptive pills( 1 white, 1 yellow) after 47/48 hours

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I had an unprotected intercourse with my gf for the first time but just for 40 seconds maybe.I am 100 % sure, there was no semen coming out of my penis that time as i checked. and i am also concerned there was no pre cum as well. as she started bleeding, i pulled that out. then we didn't do anything further. She took 2 contraceptive pills( 1 white, 1 yellow) after 47/48 hours of the incident at the same time. But after one week of the incident now today she started bleeding again as like she gets her period. her period is normal ( 25-26 days) always. Now, my question is, is there any chance of pregnancy?

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replied August 13th, 2015
Birth Control - Men Answer A53387
Welcome to e health forum.

FYI, Pregnancy can occur, only when ejaculation occurs within the vagina, and when the woman is within the fertile period of your cycle. This period is from day 12 to day 16 of a 28 day menstrual cycle.

Having sex in the days out of this fertile period (that is day 1 to 11 & 17 - 28 ) would be less likely to result in pregnancy, and it is considered to be the Safe period.

In addition, Pregnancy can occur, only when ejaculation occurs within the vagina. Normally during sex, when ejaculation occurs inside the vagina, about 3 ml of semen (with upto 60 million sperms per ml) is deposited inside the vagina, and most of it is ejected (pushed deep) into the uterus, through the cervix. But only thousands of capacitated sperms enter the fallopian tube and only 300-500 reach the ovum, and only one of those sperms can fertilize the ovum.

Dry humping (Genital rubbing or Mutual masturbation) , hugging or foreplay without involving vaginal penetration & ejaculation does not result in pregnancy.

As explained in your history, there is no risk of pregnancy since there was no ejaculation within the vagina.

I hope this clears your doubts.

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