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Had unprotected sex, ovulated 4 days after, have been having stomach pains. Pregnant ?

Hi , (two weeks before this i drink next choice contraceptive pill )I am 20 years old me and my boyfriend had unprotected sex the last day of my period which was april 6th (1st day of my period was the 1st of april) , and i ovulated 4 days after until today .. We used the withdrawal method , he didnt ejeculated inside of me ,, but i been having stomach pains .. Could this mean i am pregnate? ... :( i am soo scared i have a modeling competition coming up...please i need help
Asked On : Mon, 16 Apr 2012
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Welcome to HCM,
Usually there are no chances of pregnancy due to unprotected sex on last day of menstrual period, but in your case first day of period was 1st April, thus 6th April can not be taken as last day of period. As you ovulated 4 days after 6th April and using withdrawal method, chances of pregnancy are rare. How you confirmed date of ovulation ? Are you using Ovulation Prediction Kit ? In a regular menstrual cycle of 28 days, ovulation generally occurs on 14th day of period. Stomach pains can occur due to so many other reasons. To remove anxiety, it will be better to get simple pregnancy test done. Avoid unprotected sex in future, which will protect from disease transfer also.
Wish you good health,
Answered: Mon, 16 Apr 2012
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