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Unprotected sex, missed periods for more than one month. Chances of pregnancy?

Hi, may I answer your health queries? Please type your query here... sir i have done sex with my girl friend on 22 dec. and her periode finishes on 19 dec. mean 3 days ago. but till 22 jan her periode havnt is more than a month time. we have done sex without condom is there any chance of her pragency. m worried about pregency.
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
Your girlfriend's last menstrual period was 19 january and you had unprotected sex with her on 22nd january.If her periods are regular she has no chance of pregnancy,as 22nd january was her safe period.Safe period is time period in the cycle of a women before and after ovulation,when women cannot concieve.There are many more reasons for delayed periods other than pregnancy and tension is one of commonest causes of delayed periods.
Hope this answers your question.
Answered: Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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