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Birth control, unprotected sex, regular periods - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   i am currently on birth control, and had unprotected sex. i did get my period 3 weeks later ( on the regular day) and i am still scared i could be pregnant. if you are pregnant do you miss your 2nd period and get your 1st one?
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   no there are less chance
Doctor :   once you have got your periods
User :   ?
Doctor :   there is less chance of getting
User :   i got my first period
Doctor :   if you still have a doubt do a pregnancy test done
User :   my second period is supose to come in a few weeks and im scared iw ont get it
Doctor :   get an urine pregnancy test done
User :   i will however do you think that since i got my first period that means in general a woman is not pregnant?
User :   arent you supposed to miss the first one
Doctor :   when was the last period date
User :   the last wednesday in january
Doctor :   date
User :   and the incident occured 6 weeks ago
User :   nevermind february 4th was the last period dat
User :   the incident occured 3 weeks before feb. 4
Doctor :   if yo ustill have any doubt you get an ultrsound scan done

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