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Had unprotected sex, little bleeding during intercourse. Possible pregnancy? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 12-Jun-2013
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User:hi doctor i am XXXXXXX i recently got married my husband and myself indulged in sex without any protection when white form came out of his body he removed it is there any chance of pregnancy
Doctor:Hi
Doctor:Good Evening
Doctor:I am Dr. XXXXXXX here.
User:hi doctor
Doctor:How can I help you?
User:i have one dought
Doctor:Sure, please proceed with your query.
User:hi doctor i am XXXXXXX i recently got married my husband and myself indulged in sex without any protection when white form came out of his body he removed it is there any chance of pregnancy
Doctor:Ok
Doctor:I understand your concern.
Doctor:When you are not using a protection, even if the penis is taken out before ejaculation, there is a possibility of pregnancy.
Doctor:That is because, there can be sperm in the watery secretion which comes from penis before ejaculation.
Doctor:It is not that, sperm will be there, but, the chances of sperm being present is there.
Doctor:Hope you are getting my point.
Doctor:Are you there?
User:s
Doctor:Did you understand what I said?
User:s doctor
User:but how to confirm it
User:doctor
Doctor:Please do the following.
Doctor:1. Use condoms for further intercourse.
Doctor:2. If your periods are delayed for more than one week, get a home pregnancy test done. You can get the kit from pharmacies.
Doctor:3. If you have periods, then there is no chance of pregnancy.
Doctor:The pregnancy test would be the only way to say if you are pregnant or not.
Doctor:So for now, you just need to wait.
User:fine doctor
Doctor:Are your doubts clear now?
User:s doctor
Doctor:Is there anything else I could help you on?
User:and doctor during intercourse i bleeded also
Doctor:Ok.
User:is that normal
Doctor:Were you having your periods?
User:no
Doctor:Ok. Was there any pain during intercourse?
User:s
User:bleed was little
User:in my panties
Doctor:Ok. Bleeding may occur during intercourse with small injuries in and around vagina.
Doctor:That is normal.
User:so wil der be any problem
Doctor:The minor bleeding during intercourse cannot prevent pregnancy.
User:i did nt get u doctor
Doctor:As I said, there can be minor bleeding in and around the vagina.
User:so pregnancy wil happen or nt doctor
Doctor:And that bleeding does not help in preventing pregnancy.
Doctor:In case, the sperm has passed into your vagina, either through his ejaculation or the fluid secretion before ejaculation, then there are chances of pregnancy.
Doctor:No one will be able to say for sure that, pregnancy will occur or not because of this.
Doctor:It can only be confirmed by pregnancy test, if you miss your periods.
User:k doctor but my period is end of the month
Doctor:You will have to wait till then.
User:if it is confirmed can i use i pill after that
Doctor:No.
Doctor:i-pill can be used only within 72 hours of intercourse.
User:so after that wt can i use doctor
Doctor:In case you find you are pregnant, then you will need to consult a gynecologist for that.
User:but wt dey wil doctor
User:wil dey give some medicine or how is it
Doctor:It depends. If you are found to be pregnant, they may ask to make it sure by an ultrasonography.
Doctor:If pregnancy is confirmed, they may give you medications, if it can be terminated with medicines.
Doctor:But let me tell you, you need not worry about pregnancy until it is confirmed.
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