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Is it possible to get pregnant of unprotected sex after having a regular period?

Hi, I had unprotected sex on 22 of February, seven days before my period was due. I took an emergency contraceptive within 4 hours and 7 days later I got my period on time. It lasted about 4 days starting with heavy bleeding and an abrupt decrease after two days. I am currently waiting for my next period and want to know what the chances of being pregnant at this stage are?
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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If you have not had any unprotected intercourse during this cycle then pregnancy is extremely unlikely at this stage.
Emergency contraception if taken within 72 hours of sex can prevent 86% of expected pregnancies & you had a period after that. So, this is a new cycle. Don't worry & think about using a regular birth control method to avoid such anxieties in future.
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