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On birth control. Had sex during ovulation. Might have pre-cum inside. Chances of pregnancy?

I started my birth control in december 2011, and was one it for 14 months. I was then off it for 1 month before I began it again on march 12 at 9 pm. Today one week after on march 19 i had sex but the condem got stuck inside me. I am currently ovulating... the guy never ejaculated but there could have been some pre- ejaculation . Could I get pregnant? I ve taken my pill now everyday at 9pm for a week, my birth control is mononessa 28..
Asked On : Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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Critical Care Specialist 's  Response
Hi thanks for your question
Since you are taking oral contraceptive pill (OCP) and one week has already passed, there is nothing to worry.ocp gives full protection. Chances of pregnancy are nil even if he would have not used any condom and would have ejaculated inside your vagina.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Nirmala P's  Response
Hi, Mononessa 28 is the combined oral contraceptive pill with Ethinyl Estradiol & Norgestimate as active ingredients. It contains 28 pills of which the first 7 pills are non hormonal or blank pills.
Ethinyl Estradiol inhibits ovulation & Norgestimate makes the cervical mucus thick & impossible for sperm penetration.
Since you had stopped the pills the previous month & have restarted only now, the protection due to the pill may not be there.
But, although the first 7 pills are non hormonal, you have had the intercourse only during the safe period & hence there may not be conception. Safe period is roughly one week before ovulation (14th day) & one week before the onset of menstruation ie., from 7th to 21st day of menstrual cycle. Only after ovulation the conception can occur. Subsequent doses of OCP, if taken regularly, will prevent ovulation.
Though the chances of pregnancy are minimal, if you are still doubtful, to be on the safer side, a single dose of Mifepristone 600mg tab within 72 hours will help.
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