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Had partially protected sex. Delayed period. Chance of pregnancy?

Dear sir/mam, I am newly married. Last month on 10th feb during intercourse condom was punchered. Now my wife s period is not coming yet.her last menstrual started on 4th there any chances of pregnancy or any other problem because condom was busted.kindly suggest what i have to do now, we want to avide pregnancy.please guide how to regulate my wife s menstrual cycle.
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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If your wife has regular 28-30 day cycles, the time of accident occurred during the safe period and therefore, chances of failure are almost nil. The cause of delay in the period could be the usual once-in-a-while disturbance, weight changes, stress, other hormonal imbalances, any acute illnesses and so on. Yet, you can get her test for pregnancy either by a home test or a blood test and if not conclusive, get a trans-vaginal sonogram and see a gynecologist for further support. Take care.
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