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Had sex using pull out method, took ipill. Periods not started yet. Any chances of pregnancy ?

I am 20 years old. I had sex with my boyfriend on 20th january for the first time. At first my boyfriend used a condom during first intercourse but pulled out while cuming. After that we had intercourse for like 3-4 times without any protection but everytime he pulled out while cuming. Apart from dat we were rubbing against each other so we are not sure of pre cums. I took ipill the next day within 15-16 hours. My periods date was 30th which is today and i get them in the morning but it has not started yet. I am scared. Is there any chance of getting pregnant???? Please help.
Mon, 11 Feb 2013
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Hello,
Thanks for the query.

I-pill if taken within 24 hours is highly effective (90%).
In simple words, there are less than 10% chance you could be pregnant.
Since you have missed your periods, wait for 1 more week and get a urine pregnancy test done.
Following which an ultrasonography to be more sure.

Regards,
Dr Nilofer
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Had sex using pull out method, took ipill. Periods not started yet. Any chances of pregnancy ?

Hello, Thanks for the query. I-pill if taken within 24 hours is highly effective (90%). In simple words, there are less than 10% chance you could be pregnant. Since you have missed your periods, wait for 1 more week and get a urine pregnancy test done. Following which an ultrasonography to be more sure. Regards, Dr Nilofer