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Spotting after genital touching. Taken emergency contraceptive. Stomach bubbling, burping, pulling sensation near navel. Pregnant?

hi... i never had sex but it was more of genital touching a few days ago... that ws around my ovulation ... 2 days later there ws spotting and that ws all... i took an emergency contraceptive 76 hrs after the genital contact... i have been experiencing bubbling in stomach and a lot of burping... slight pulling sensation around the naval... could i be pregnant?
Asked On : Sun, 18 Nov 2012
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During the fertile or ovulatory period, preejaculate can be causing conception as it contains enough sperm. It is not necessary for proper intercourse to happen at this stage. Emergency contraception can give you proper protection the sooner you take it after the act, usually within 72 hours. Beyond this period, protection cannot be assured. Your symptoms are likely to be due to the high hormone content in the pill. Please get a proper clinical examination if you become overdue by ten days for your next period. Hope this helps.
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