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Had unprotected sex when nuva ring was lost. Had unprotected sex, sore breasts, have celiac disease. Pregnant ?

same thing happened to me. i lost my nuvaring (not sure what day) but i inserted ring the 19th and lost it sometime before 22-31? and had unprotected sex on the 29th. i also had light spotting the 18th while the ring was still in right after sex. I have never had spotting before but my breast are sore but i think could be bc the ring had fallen out. Will i still get my period most likely this week if the ring is not in? I have been pregnant before but have celiac disease so the chances could be real low anyways. just reading the comments and thought id ask :) if you have any questions let me know thanks everyone!
Asked On : Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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If the ring was still in place when you had the intercourse and for a day or two afterward, you are protected. You can expect your withdrawal bleeding to happen since you have lost the ring. Soreness of the breasts can be a symptom of an impending period. Please see a specialist for further support. You will need a pregnancy test if you do not see your period and you can also get it done three weeks after the intercourse. Hope you find this information helpful. Take care.
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