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Delayed periods, cramps on legs and stomach. Histroy of having protected sex with condom. Pregnant?

Hi. I had unprotected sex in feb soon after my periods. My feb date had started on 14th. I took the morning pill. Got my periods again within a week i.e 25 feb.
Had protected sex on 18th march. My boyfriend ejaculated inside me wearing a condom. When he pulled it out and was removing the condom, I happened to touch the tip of the condom and felt a liquid on my finger tip. I didn't understand what fluid it was. The semen was locked inside the condom as it was intact.
Now the issue is that my periods were due on 25th march. It's been a week now and I haven't got my periods yet. I've been having cramps in my tummy and legs too like it usually happens. But still I see nothing happening.
Is there a possibility of me being pregnant?
Asked On : Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016

Unprotected sex soon after period is quite safe. Chance of being pregnant is almost nil.

Taking morning after pill gives protection more than 95% if it is taken within first 24hrs following unprotected sex.

You got 2nd time period (25th Feb) due to withdrawal effect of the pill. Next cycle will be delayed up to 7-10 days due to hormonal imbalance & mental stress.

If you do not get your period after 7 days, you need to undergo one home pregnancy test to be sure. Consult with gynecologist for medication to induce your period in exclusion of pregnancy.

All the best.
Answered: Mon, 25 Apr 2016
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