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Two episodes of unprotected sex. Taken i-pill emergency contraceptive, delayed periods. Chances of pregnancy?

I had sex wit my gf on november 15th 2012.. first time.. her periods were on 10th n this happned 5 days after that.. since there is no need fr us to get tensed i didnt tell her to take any contraceptives... n v had sex again after 9 days.. that is on 24th of november n i made sure that she popped in an i pill after 13 hours... n she was supposed to get her periods again by december 10th.. she hasnt got it and today its 17th december... i am so dam worried.. can some1 please help me out?? plzz
Asked On : Thu, 20 Dec 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
I appreciate your query.
If you had unprotected sex without protection, and that too specifically around the days of ovulation, that is midcycle, chances of pregnancy are definitely there.
However, if taken within 24 hours, I pill is effective upto 95 % in preventing pregnancy
But since she has missed her period, please purchase a home ( HCG ) pregnancy test kit and check for pregnancy at the earliest.
Follow the instructions carefully.
If positive, consult a gynecologist immediately for medical abortion pills.
Please remember that Ipills are not a substitute for using regular protection during intercourse.
Take care.
Answered: Thu, 20 Dec 2012
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