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Had unprotected sex, due for periods. Taken an after pill. Chances of pregnancy?

I had sex with my boyfriend about 5 days ago and my period is due on the 21st of this month. First I gave him head then he came and he wiped it off but before he put a condom on he put it inside for about 3 or 4 strokes.. I took the Next choice one dose pill about 8 hours after this happened.. But i think i was ovulating during this.. and I still have not gotten any spotting or bleeding from taking the pill. Is there any way I could be pregnant?
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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Sexual intercourse even without ejaculation can result in pregnancy because the pre-ejaculatory fluid may also contain sperms, thought the chances are less. In your case as you have taken the emergency contraceptive pill within 8 hours, it should protect you and there is >95% chance that you will not get pregnant. My advise for you is to wait for you next menstrual period, if you get it then you are not pregnant. If you miss your period then do a urine pregnancy test on a morning sample of urine to know about your pregnancy status. Hope that answers your question.
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