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Unprotected sex on ovulation days. Taken morning after pill. Chances of pregnancy?

I had unprotected sex around July 13-14 was like 12 am. I didn t take the morning after pill until late night on the 15. My boyfriend thought it was best cause we had been heavily drinking. However I checked my calendar, my menstrual is due, around 26-30. I also believe I was ovulating the week of the unprotected sex.what are my chances of pregnacy?
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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Thanks for query,
We cannot decide the future date of ovulation by earlier periods.
The ovulation produces ovum can remain live for 2 days & injected sperm can live in body for 3-4 days.
As you have an unprotected sex on ovulation period & then after you have taken after pill lately may not distured your fertilisation process.
Chances of being pregnant is 50-50.
We should wait for at least 30 of this month.
Go for pregnancy test then after.
Answered: Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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