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Plan B contraceptive pills, Risk of pregnancy due to unprotected intercourse - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
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how can i help you?
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please proceed with your health query
User :   i have a question about plan b
Doctor :   ok
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please proceed with your query
User :   i took it on in dec and got my period about a week later
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User :   i had unproteced sex on jan 1 and took plab b again that same day
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User :   i had sex again on the 7th of jan and the condom broke
User :   but i got my period on the 8th/9th
Doctor :  
if you are regularly having unprotected intercourse it is better that you be on a regular BCP rather than taking emergency contraceptives for each time
User :   it started off just spotting then within a day it was heavier like my normal period
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User :   could it be possible that i could have gotten pregnant when the condom broke?>
User :   broke
Doctor :  
we cannot say, as your ovulation time wil vary a lot due to the hormonal disturbances that ou have created by taking several times teh plan B

Doctor :  
usually for a 30 day cycle, ovulation happens around 8-16th day, so anytime during this period if condom breaks or you have unprotected intercourse, you can get pregnant
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