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Missed periods, had intercourse, taken emergency contraceptive pill. What should I do?

My last periods date was july 11th...but i didn t have my periods this month till today..Me and my husband had intercourse on 10th,12th and 13th of this month expecting that it is a safe period since my periods date was 11th..since i missed my periods we got tensed and had an emergency contraceptive pill yesterday...What should i do now...If i had not missed my periods due to pregnancy is there any chance that i may get pregnant due to our intercourse on 10th,12th and 13th of this month inspite of having the contraceptive pill?
Asked On : Sat, 18 Aug 2012
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Thanks for query,
Is there any intercourse in July.If yes then the possibility of pregnancy should be there.
Take home pregnancy test if it is positive then you are pregnant.
If negative then you have delayed bleeding disturbed by taking after pill.So wait for withdrawal bleed to come.
The chance of your being pregnant from this month's intercourse is nil.
Answered: Sat, 18 Aug 2012
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