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Had sex without penetration. Took ipill. Had periods before due date. Chances of pregnancy?

hello i am 25 yr old virgin and i had dry sex just fooling around no penetration on 12th jan and i took ipill the same day....again16th jan we just fooled around no sex....i ddnt take any ipill....and on 21st january i got scant bleeding it went on for 5 days there were clots and it came 8 days earlier than my due date....i am worried could i be pregnant i am usually regular with average flow never had this scant when should i do my pregnancy kit test
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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Mar 2013
Thanks for your query.
If you did not indulge in penetrative sex, and there was no other way in which seminal fluid could have entered the vagina, chances of pregnancy are nil.
I pill can cause an earlier period than usual..
To confirm, you should take a pregnancy test, a couple of days after your expected date of period every month.
Take care.
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