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On cerazette, had sex, but didn't ejaculate. Having cramps, discomfort. Home test negative. Still pregnant ?

Hello. I began my cerazette contraceptive pill at the beginning of July. On 15th July I had sexual intercourse but my partner did not ejaculate. I have completed the first pack of my pill which I started on the 1st day of my period, and I am now 5 days into the second pack. I felt concerned I might be pregnant as although I have not bled I have had some cramps and discomfort. I have taken two tests and both were negative but I m still worried. Should I be? Thanks
Asked On : Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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May 2013
as you started the pill on the first day of your period and took all pills with out missing, there is less chance for pregnancy,
your symptoms could be side effects of progesterone, anyhow if you want to rule out you can go for blood test for pregnancy.
if comes negative you can continue the pills, in case of positive test result you can consult gynecologist and decide what to do next.
take care.
Answered: Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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