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Had partially protected sex, taken Ipill. No periods. Chances of pregnancy?

Dr. i and my bf dint have sex just rubbing penis on vagina and ejaculated on my stomach we had cleaned ourselves completely but still to be on safer side i had i pill on 7/3/2013 i.e after 25 hrs of performing the act. i could see spotting around 16th or 17th march and my period dates were on 1/3/2013 and next it was supposed to be scheduled on 1/4/2013 as i have a regular of 30 days cycle. but still could not get my periods. please suggest me what should i do. are there chances of pregnancy??
Asked On : Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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If you have taken the i-pill within 24 hours of having the unprotected sex then the chances of getting pregnant are less than 4%. The delay in periods is a common side effect of these pills.
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Answered: Sat, 22 Jun 2013
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