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Unprotected sex, ejaculation inside vagina, trying to conceive. Chances of pregnancy?

Hi I finished my period on Feb 5 and I had unprotected sex with my boyfriend on the 8 of Feb and he ejaculated inside me. My period is regular and on Jan we had sex with no protection n I got my period 2 times that month. Were trying to have a baby. Is there a chance I might be pregnant? And on those 2 times a had my period they were really light n they both lasted 5 to 6 days.
Asked On : Sat, 11 Feb 2012
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Jan 2013
HELLO & WELCOME TO HCM FORUM

IF YOU GOT MENSES ON 5TH FAB AND SEX WAS PERFORMED ON 8TH, THEN THERE IS NEGLIGIBLE CHANCES OF GETTING PREGNANT AS UTERINE MUCOSA WHICH WAS SLOUGED OUT DURING MENSES WONT BE PREPARE FOR GETTING PREGNANCY.

IF YOU ARE GETTING PERIODS LASTING FOR 5-6 DAYS THEN ITS NORMAL. YOU DONT BOTHER REGARDING PREGNANCY AND MENSTRUALABNORMALITY.

MENSES MAY BE NORMAL IN THE INITIAL YEARS

TAKE CARE & GET WELL SOON

DR.MAYANK BHARGAVA
Answered: Sat, 11 Feb 2012
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