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Had intercourse for the first time, severe bleeding, unprotected intercourse on the same day. Chances of pregnancy?

i had sex wid ma bf for the first time and i bled alot ...gues its normal for virgins.the first time v used condom bt the second time on the same day v didnt use any contraceptives and nw i think m preg...nt sure for how long bt nt mor dan a month n a half..sumbody pls help me ,m onli 18 n in university....i dnt want da baby
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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Firstly, please confirm if you are pregnant through a urine or blood test and a trans-vaginal sonogram. See a specialist for a proper evaluation and if you have been diagnosed to be pregnant and if you do not wish to retain the pregnancy, get an abortion (medical/surgical) under the doctor's surveillance. Some amount of bleeding or spotting may occur after the first intercourse as the hymen ruptures. Heavy bleeding may indicate a tear which may need medical attention. Hope your query has been answered. Take care.
Answered: Thu, 25 Jul 2013
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