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So me and my gf had an intercourse yesterday but she is on her 2nd day of his period when we had sex. I wear a condom but the problem is after i ejaculate inside her vagina we know that my sperm is on the condom but when i pulled it out the condom slipped inside. I pulled out the condom with my fingers and we successfully pulled it out. Our problem is is there a possibilty that she can be pregnant eventhough she is on his 2nd day of her period and she already took ECP(White Nordette) she is done with the 1st dose and the 2nd dose. Right now she's having a mild nausea and mild stomach ache is it normal? And is it safe to take nordette when you are still in your period? Is the possibilty of becoming pregnant is zero when we had sex at her 2nd day of period and took ECP right after we had sex? Plss we need your help thanks godbless.


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replied October 31st, 2015
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Hi,
Welcome to the ehealthforum and I am glad to help you out. Your concern is regarding the status of your girlfriend's pregnancy.

Pregnancy occurs only during the time of ovulation when mature egg is released. It usually occurs regularly, around day 14 of a 28-day menstrual cycle. You cannot become pregnant on the second day of your menstrual cycles when there is no egg to fertilize the sperm. Moreover your girlfriend had taken post coital pills which further reduces the chances of pregnancy. Hence chances of pregnancy are less.

Nausea can abdominal ache can be due to your girlfriend's periods or due to side effect of the post coital pills.

It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.


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