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I am on the NuvaRing. I had my regular period in October and then a few days later started bleeding again. Turns out the nuvaring came out. I waited until my next period started to put another one in, which was on 11/20. My period was VERY light. I unfortunately then had sex for the first time in 3 years on 11/27. We used a condom, there was no ejaculation. There was alcohol involved. So I woke up the next morning and panicked, and took the morning after pill about 8-9 hours after we had sex. I had what I assume to be a period at a pretty normal time, it started a couple days after I took my nuvaring out. On the second day of my cycle I had a huge clot with skin/tissue come out. My gynecologist said it's probably because I had such a light period the month before but I should take a pregnancy test because this could indicate miscarriage. I've taken 3-4 home tests which have all come back negative but still don't feel right..doctors do not wish to see me. Is there a chance of pregnancy?

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replied December 27th, 2016
Sexual Health - Women Answer A59865
Thank you for asking at Ehealth forum!

I read your question and i understand your concern. No its not pregnancy , Even if nuvaring effect was over, you used condom and took ipill followed by it. So there is zero chance of pregnancy and flow and duration of menses varies with pills so no worries.

I hope it helps. Stay in touch with your healthcare provider for further guidance as our answers are just for education and counselling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit to a doctor.
Take care

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