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Short sexual contact, no intercourse. Took next choice pill, light bleeding. Pregnancy test negative. Getting panaroid?

There was a boy who tried to have sex with me but he wasn t protected so I said no. He made contact for a VERY short time and never came in me. I ve heard he could have secreted, though, and there s a pregnancy possibility. I ve never had sex before, so I m scared and paranoid, for sure. I took the Next Choice pill like 5 days after it happened and I have light bleeding . I took a pregnancy test today and it said I was not pregnant. Am I just paranoid?
Asked On : Tue, 12 Mar 2013
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Hello,
Pregnancy is possible if unprotected sexual contact occurs around the ovulation period, even with a pre-ejaculate as it contains sperms. The emergency pill is mostly effective when taken within the stipulated time only. The pill contains high dose of hormone and can cause breakthrough bleeding as a hormonal disturbance is created. You should see a doctor if you do not get a period within ten days of your expected date and exclude pregnancy. In future, practice safe intercourse. Take care.
Answered: Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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