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Intercourse,no penetration,chance of pregnancy?

sir .me and my girlfriend had sex on 23rd of april.even though i did not insert my penis inside her vagina i have a doubt that sperm might have transfered to her vagina during intimate position.she is a virgin .and she would be having her periods on 25th of this month.before she has her periods she used to have abdominal pain 2 to 3 days before her periods.and even this time 2 days before she had a slight abdominal pain.since we had an sexual intercourse she has no signs of pain.should she wait until her periods or she should go for an i-pill
Asked On : Fri, 27 Apr 2012
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hello nitin and welcome to HCM,
though you have not inserted your penis in the intercourse, but, the motility of sperm is tremendous for conception. but any emergency medicine is very effective within 72 hrs of sexual contact. so, better say your girlfrnd to test for pregnancy and then consult a gynecologist for the same.
this will clear the side blocks of your query.
thank you.
Answered: Fri, 27 Apr 2012
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