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Pregnancy doubts and the i pill - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
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User :   hi i want to know what the odds were in getting pregnant after a week of your last period are
Doctor :  
If you are sure about the period then there is no chance of pregnancy
User :   what do you mean sure about the period?
User :   if i just had unprotected sex and i just had my last period last week...should i consider getting the morning after pill?
Doctor :   Did you get the period?

User :   i had it last week
Doctor :  
If you have unprotected sex and wish not to be pregnant
Doctor :  
then it is wise to take a pill
Doctor :  
But that pill should be asap basis
Doctor :  
It does really work after 72 hrs
Doctor :  
sorry doesnot work
Doctor :  
so immediately after unprotected sex you should take it
User :   so there's no chance of me getting pregnant if i had just had my period ast week?
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
After the sex if you had period then no chance
Doctor :  
If you had sex within last two days there might be a chance and the chance increases from now till the mid days of the cycle
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