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Sex during periods, possibility of condom break, taken next choice emergency contraception. Pregnancy chances?

I started my period on the 20th and ended on the 25th. I had sex around 2am and 4am on the 27th. It was my first time(s) . He used a condom both times and the first time I know for a fact when he came the condom didn t break. The second time at one point it broke but he put on another one and he claims he pulled out and came. 22 hours after intercourse I took Next Choice emergency contraception . Is it likely i m pregnant?
Asked On : Sat, 2 Jun 2012
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No dear, you don't need to worry. The day you had contact with your guy didn't coincite with your ovulation day so chances of pregnancy are meagre. On top of it you took emergency pill too so everything is fine. Keep a record of your next periods in case you are still worried. Take care
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