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Had protected sex. Skipped period after a normal period. Am I pregnant?

Hellow doctor !! I had sex with my boyfriend on 7th september,we used condom.. It was my first time. Then on 25th septem i got my periods.It was a normal periods.. Now the last month october i was suppose to hav periods but i missed my periods. Its 9-10days the crossed my date. I am confused the am i pregnant? I need ur help kindly help me ?
Asked On : Sat, 10 Nov 2012
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Hi,
You can't become pregnent after having menstruation and didn't had exposure to unprotected sex there after . After menstruation uterus is prepared takes approx 14 days and sperm can't survive till next ovulation .
Having period till 35 days is considered normal So don't worry and wait for 5-7 days u ll have your regular menses .

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Answered: Fri, 21 Mar 2014
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