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Had unprotected intercourse. Took birth control pill. Missing periods, depressed, nausea. Chances of pregnancy?

Me and my boyfriend had an unprotected sex a week ago but he is totally sure that he ejaculated outside my body. After 4 days I took a birth control pill but since den I am not having my periods of which I am not sure but were supposed to fall around this week . Now am having depression , tummy ache, nausea . What are the chances of me getting pregnant . We are 22 years old ,,, and he ejaculated on my tummy .. And not inside or near the vigina. And after doing so we even wiped the privates.
Asked On : Tue, 12 Jun 2012
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Hello Dear,

Sometimes some amount of semen comes out before full ejaculation, so chances of pregnancy exist even with ejaculating outside. Do a pregnancy test at home anytime after the day of missed period. Next time use a condom.

Take care
Answered: Wed, 4 Jul 2012
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