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Chances of pregnancy after having periods post intercourse - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   hello.
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   I am Dr. xxx
User :   im xxxx
User :   basically i had unprotected sex with my boyfriend last night
User :   we didnt do it for long
User :   he didnt ejaculate in me
User :   and ive just finished my period
Doctor :   Ok
User :   how high are my chances of being pregnant?
User :   i hear pre cum contains sperm
Doctor :   The chances of you being pregnancy is near to zero
User :   how come?
Doctor :   Precum contains sperm
Doctor :   but the pregnancy happens when the sperm meets the egg released by a female
User :   yeh
Doctor :   The ovum will be usually released during the mid of cycle
Doctor :   for normal reproductive female
User :   so should i take a morning after pill?
User :   am i likely to fall pregnant then or not?
User :   im really worried
Doctor :   You are chances are nearly zero
User :   ok good
Doctor :   it is upt to you to believe or not and take further action
Doctor :   I however do not advice you
User :   why?
Doctor :   to take morning after pill
User :   what else should i do?
Doctor :   since it comes with certain unwanted problems like
Doctor :   irregualr periods
Doctor :   spotting
User :   oh ok
Doctor :   headache, nausea
User :   fair enough
User :   well thanks
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