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During sex condom came inside and ejaculation was inside condom. Took ipill. Was ovulating. Pregnant?

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hi, i had an incident last night where the condom came off inside me. he did ejaculate inside the condom. 30 mins later i took next choice one dose, but i am in my ovulating/fertile period. how effective is the next choice one dose pill?
Posted Tue, 3 Sep 2013 in Pregnancy
 
 
Answered by Dr. Deepti Goyal 22 minutes later
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Pregnancy rate <1%.

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Hi XXXXX

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Pregnancy rate after levonorgesterol emergency contraceptive pill (next choice) is less than 1%. A WHO randomized control study has concluded that there is no difference between single dose method and double dose method. So,one dose pill is equally effective.

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Follow-up: During sex condom came inside and ejaculation was inside condom. Took ipill. Was ovulating. Pregnant? 12 minutes later
so basically, i have nothing to worry about as far as becoming pregnant?
 
 
Answered by Dr. Deepti Goyal 7 minutes later
Brief Answer:
Relax no worry and follow instructions

Detailed Answer:
Yes you can be relax but as I already told you the failure rate is only 1% but it is there. So I would advise you to have a urine pregnancy test done 2-3 days after your period. (In case you miss it)
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