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Unprotected sex post periods, light vaginal bleeding, first time sex. Chances of pregnancy?

hie please doctors online help me,the day after yesterday i finished my menstruation ,then yesterday by mistake we had unprotected sex with my boyfriend and i then i started light bleeding i was a virgin but it took 1 day am only 16 yeas and my parents would kill me if they found out that i was pregnant ,so are there chances that am pregnant and please give me cheap solutions to do without involving my parents am really stressed
Asked On : Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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Pregnancy can occur as a result of unprotected sex at any time of the menstrual cycle but is more likely to occur mid cycle. This is 10 to 14 days after the onset of the bleeding.
You can buy an over the counter early detection pregnancy test in a few days to determine whether you are pregnant.

In addition to the risk of bleeding there is a risk of sexually transmitted infections. The most common STI are chlamydia (affects future fertility), gonorrhoea, syphilis,trichomonas and HIV.
If you are going to continue sexual activity you need to consider using barrier protection which would protect you from pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections.
It would be best to at least speak to an adult because if you need any treatment, you would their assistance.
Answered: Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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