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Prescribed Provera. Had periods. On Dianne 35 from 7th day. Had unprotected sex. Chances of pregnancy?

HI. I would like to know if i will be pregnant if this is the case. I had irregular mens for 4 months and consulted OB. She prescribed me to take Provera for 5 days and i had menstruation 1 week after taking it. The She told me to start dianne 35 on my 7th day cycle. Then I had unprotected sex with my partner. Please let me know
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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tab dianne 35 is a oral contraceptive device used to prevent pregnancy. this has to be started on the 5 th or 7th day of cycle and continued for 21 days with daily one dosing to post pone pregnency. Pregnancy cannot be possible as you got your menses. and if your have started tab dianne 35 on 7th day, and had unprotected sex chances of pregnancy are almost never in 99% of cases. during the cycle if you have undergone unprotected sex the pregnancy cannot be possible. in any ways your not pregnant donot worry.
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