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Cramping and missed period!

Ma'am, I and my girlfriend had dry sex on the 10th of last month! I did not ejacuate in her! But she missed her periods and now she is experiencing bad sudden stomach aches. I'm asking her to do the pregnancy test, but she is avoiding it as she is scared to do so. I wanted to ask:
1. All this happening can be without pregnancy? As she has irregular periods and also she experiences stomach cramps generally.
2. If she is pregnant, then which pill should we use? She is 20 years old, physically fine. I have heard of "mifepristone", is it a trustworthy medicine to terminate pregnancy? Will it have severe side effects on her health?
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replied December 20th, 2012
Hello, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

Usually, dry heaving will not make a girl pregnant, unless you entered her and did not ejaculate but had pre-ejaculate. This precum usually does not contain live sperms unless you had ejaculated earlier and not passed urine since then. So, chances of pregnancy are less. It is more likely that her periods are delayed because she has irregular cycles. She should wait for the maximum number of days after which she had periods and then take a pregnancy test. In all probability it should be negative, unless she had ovulated close to the dry heaving and you had penetrated her with the pre-ejaculate with sperms. Hope this helps. Take care!



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