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Had unprotected sex. Taken pill. Started spotting. Chances of pregnancy?

hai..i and my bf had an unprotected sex..but although i would not call it as sex.. he used condom and it was for the second time..later i noticed that he had removed it..but he did not inserted it too deep just an inch ...he had masturbation before doing it..will i become pregnant now? very confused..i took i pill within some 40 hrs below...and after a week i could see that i have slight periods...just a pale few drops of blood from my vagina ...could i become pregnant now...or is it possible that i become preg next month please help me
Asked On : Sun, 20 May 2012
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May 2013
i pill which is a emergency contraceptive pill can protect from pregnancy as you have taken within 40 hours of intercourse,
they are having side effects like menstrual irregularities, spotting etc, they can prepone and postpone the periods depending on the time when they have taken,
if you do not get periods on expected date, you once check for pregnancy as the tablets are having 1% failure rate.
as frequent taking of pills can affect menstrual cycles,
so better to shift to regular method of contraception
Answered: Sun, 15 Jul 2012
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