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Had sex during ovulation period, taken unwanted 72, UPT negative. Chances of pregnancy?

hii dctr m 24 yrs old unmarried..i hd sex wid my fiance on 16th of due date fr periods was 3rd of march bt my periods r delayed i hd tkn unwantd seventy two widin 24hrs. i chkd wid pregnancy kit . bt i culdnt b sure as line on d test windw was very faint. n i hd primolut n yestrday nt. wen i again chckd wid dat urine test hm gv neg result. i cnt go to a doctr due to social implications plz suggest
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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If you had taken unwanted 72 withing 24 hrs,chances of pregnancy are less.but it cannot be ruled out completely. You are delayed by almost a month. You need to confirm that the pregnancy test is negative again. Confusion here isnt an option. See a doctor and make sure that the test is negative.
Your doctor will keep your problems confidential so dont worry about social implications. Your health comes first.
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