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Unprotected sex. Expecting Period. Taking gynaecosid pills. Possibility of Pregnancy?

Hi Doc i had unprotected sex with my boyfriend the 1st day i was fertile buh he dint deposit his sperm inside me, we had sex a day before my next period and deposited his sperm inside me twice. He then give me gynaecosid pills cos he is a doctor and i took two pills at once. I m expecting my period today is there a possiblilty dat I am pregnant?
Asked On : Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM,
after going through your history, you had unprotected sex 2-3 times during fertile period, sex 1 day before expected period chances of pregnancy are almost nil but you did have sex before also even if ejeculattion is not there are sperm present in pre cum.
So it is possible to become pregnant and if your period is delayed then you should do a Urine pregnancy test further action depends on result of test.
Gynaecosid is hormone tablet used for secondary amenorrhoea under supervision of Gynecologist that is why you must consult Gynecologist as soon as possible as this tablet some time can cause bleeding PV.It is better to consult expert Gynecologist.
There are many safe option are there which your Gynecologist suggest and suitable can be used for your case.
Hope everything improves this time,then please remember to practice safe sex as methods like condoms not only protects from unwanted pregnancy, but also protects from sexually transmitted diseases.
Please take care
Best of Luck.
Answered: Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician Dr. Michelle Gibson James's  Response
HI, thanks for using healthcare magic

Though it is possible to conceive at any point in the menstrual cycle ,it is less likely to occur if intercourse occurs just before the period is expected to start.
The most fertile period is 10 to 17 days after the onset of the last period.

In addition the use of emergency contraception just after you were intimate would have further reduced your chances.

It would be best if you and your partner consider using a form of contraception other than the emergency pills. Other forms of contraception, if used appropriately have a higher rate of protection against unplanned pregnancy.

I hope this helps

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