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Had unprotected sex during periods. Feels bloated. Is there a possible chance of pregnancy?

I ve started my cycle on April first and had unprotected sex on the forth, and my cycle ended the next day. my boyfriend did say that he came inside me but I was not concerned because I have an app that says that im fertile during the 14-20, and as for ovulation . Im ovulating today, the 19. I ve been gassy lately, my stomach looks kind of bloated and its only been two weeks after intercourse and i am worried. Is there a possible chance of pregnancy? How long would it take to know if I am pregnant? And is there any pills that I can take after two weeks of intercourse to prevent pregnancy?
Asked On : Mon, 23 Apr 2012
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First of all, there is no form of emergency contraception that you can take 2 weeks later. PlanB, with which you may be familiar, must be taken within 72 hours.

Assuming regular cycles, the chance of conception occurring on cycle day #4 is very unlikely. That being said, women don't always know where they are in their cycle and things can get confusing, especially when you have concerns like yours.

Here is what you should do:
1. Take a pregnancy test now
2. If negative, repeat in one week

As far as your symptoms, these sound like they are cycle related and the most likely explanation is cycle related symptoms since the chance of pregnancy is so low. But just to be safe, you need to make sure that you are not pregnant as I recommended.
Answered: Mon, 23 Apr 2012
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