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Had unprotected sex. Took ipill. Chances of pregnancy? How long periods will be delayed after intake of pill?

hey me md my gf jst had a touching sex in whuich i did not ejacuate but not sure about d preejacuation bit still she ate i pill within 72 hours so is there any chance for her being pregnent nd for how long can d perioda be delayed now aftr intake of ipill
Asked On : Thu, 9 Feb 2012
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Hi, pregnancy can occur if the semen comes in contact with vagina even if it was not the actual penetration, but since your partner took an i-pill within 72 hours of the act, it has slimmed the chances of getting pregnant by 85 - 90 %. Due to the hormonal effect of i pill the periods can either come a week before or even a week later of the expected date. If periods are not coming after a week, my suggestion would be to do a pregnancy test which can be done even at home by the pregnancy kit. Thanks for posting and regards.
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