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Unprotected sex using withdrawal method, delayed periods, cramps, moodiness. Pregnancy symptoms?

my last period started nov 7th . my boyfriend and i have had unprotected sex using the withdrawl method. This past saturday going into monday i had what i believed and treated as a uti/ bladder infection which is now gone. My next period was supposed to come on Dec 5th but it hasnt yet .I ve been having the usual signs of my period like breakouts , slight cramps , and moodyness. Can i be pregnant?
Asked On : Tue, 11 Dec 2012
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Thanks for your query,
In case of regular 28 days cycle the chances of pregnancy is there only if sex is done between D9 to D18 , however it is variable in case of irregular cycles. So if you had unprotected sex on these days chances of pregnancy is there. Failure of withdrawl method is quite high. You can go for a pregnancy test to confirm.
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Answered: Tue, 11 Dec 2012
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