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Unprotected sex, pain on the left of vagina. Pregnancy possibility?

me and my boyfriend had sex without condom but before something happened he set condom on, but i m scared if it can be i m pregnant :S its two weeks ago this happened, but one week ago i start to feel like normal period pain but its not my time to go on period now,but that stop and now (two weeks from we had sex without condom) i start feel pain in left side of my vagina , so i m scared if i can be pregnant! is it possible ?
Asked On : Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016
hello,
Pregnancy is possible,if unprotected sex is done around ovulation time in regular period.
You did sex 2 wk ago with using condom. Condom has failure rate of 14-15%.
So wait for the next coming period and if missed,do a urine test for hcg after 1 wk.
Check the result and consult with doctor.
Be well and practice safe sex in future with other methods.
Answered: Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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