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Is there a chance to conceive by having oral sex ?

Hi, I have not had sexual intercourse ,though my boyfriend and i have have had oral sex .there is a chance his semen might have been near my vagina.I am still a virgin.i have just finished my period two days back.Should i be taking an i pill ,just in case? i am very worried about this and dont know what to do. Please advise.
Asked On : Sun, 27 Mar 2011
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hiii mam,
Good afternoon.
You just finished your period 2 days back and you did oral sex.
In this case,you need not to take any I-PILL. Actually ovulation occurs near about on 14th day in a regular 28 days cycle. So you were in Safe Period and no chance of pregnancy.
Oral sex never gives you chance of pregnancy until unprotected sexual intercourse occurs during ovulation.
As you are still virgin,you need not to be much worried.Wait for next coming period.
All the best.

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