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Unprotected sex, vaginal bleeding. Taken i-pill emergency contraceptive. Chances of pregnancy?

hi sir im 23yrs m i had sex wit my girlfriend as it was my first time and it was her 13th day of period , i didnt even fully entered in her as the blood came out i got scared n stopped n i told her to take ipill and she took also but she is nt feeling better does it is because of sideeffect of ipill or some thing else? is der any chance of getting pregnant
Asked On : Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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Hello Mr boyfriend, this is the problem with unprotected intercourse, without wedlock. Anyways, though you didnt penetrate fully, but still you have chances of making her pregnant. Anyways your girlfriend has taken the emergency pill within prescribed time, and her chances of getting pregnant is 1.1 %. The blood which came out could be probably the Hymenal tear. And the side effect of these medicines are mostly GIT symptoms, sometimes if taken repeatedly it can affect her menstrual function and even can compromise her future fertility.
My dear I suggest you GET MARRIED SOON, all the best.
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