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Is there any chances of getting pregnancy by this?

well, i had sex three times: my first time was in the 7th of this month! and there was no condom and he said he pulled out. and then the second time was about two sundays ago,and he said he pulled out,but im not sure again! it was also with a different guy!:/ then i had sex yesterday,and i took the day after pill....what does this mean? and how can i know if i am prego and by what guy? PLEASE HELP!
Asked On : Thu, 28 Jan 2010
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Hi.. Symptoms of pregnancy are missed periods or any abnormality in the period flow, nausea, enlarged and sore breast, fatiguability, food cravings, headache and body pains.. If any of these symptoms develop you may need test to confirm pregnancy... Well paternity can be confirmed by doing the DNA test. The other test is Blood grouping and Rh typing which is also used to help in determining the paternity but is not confirmatory..

Answered: Thu, 28 Jan 2010
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