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Had intercourse, taken I-pill, had spotting with light periods. Chances of pregnancy?

i had my periods on 9th nov 2012(4 days)...then on 18th november(high fertile period) i had an intercourse...had i pill right after an hour of intercourse...tested after my ovulution date by home preagnancy test it showed negative... i had periods on 3rd dec for 2 days then on 5th and 6th dec i had spotting and again on 7th light period... its 10th jan now..i had no periods...i went for beta hcg blood test the results are as below SERUM BETA HCG LEVEL 0.10 mIU/ML. since 18th nov(date of intercourse) - 10th jan its been 7-8 weeks...approx 7n half week...but i have not got my periods...can i be preagnant??what should i do to confirm???tested several times at home its negative...pls help...
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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Hello Good Evening,

You seems not a pregnant, because you had a period after unprotected sex i. e. you are not pregnant because of sex done on 18th November, because you had next period on 3rd December.

Please go through following points:

1. You got a menstrual period after sex, which totally rule out your pregnancy.
2. You had 2 days bleeding in menstrual bleeding, which is normal (usually normal range of bleeding 3-5 days but can be 2-7 days).
3. you have delayed period now, means your LMP date is 3rd December and this period should be started around 3rd of January, so you have delay about 7 days, so find the unprotected sex date during this cycle i.e. in December.

So you are not pregnant because of 18th November, since you had a period after your unprotected sex, but can not comment about delayed period now, without knowing your sex history of December.

One more thing you should aware that, weeks of pregnancy always counted from LMP date, not from unprotected sex date.

Regards,

Dr. Naresh Jain.
Answered: Tue, 23 Jul 2013
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