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What are the chances of pregnancy even after taking i-pill?

hi my gf & we meet on 29th October,2012...we simply did make intercourse. we r not sure, but i guess my pre cum may touch her genital secretions, she took an ipill within 3 hours....her next menstrual period was due on 3rd november...but she miscalculated it and took some tablets misoprostol orally on 2nd nov....but on 4th november her period started and it was heavy bleeding for 3 days...then her next period was due on 4th december...but today is 5th...and no menstruation yet...she dont want to do a pregnancy test ...her regular cycle duration is 28 to 30 days...never delayed or early.... my questions- 1. can any one be pregnant by a little pre cum touching vaginal secretion??(i didnt ejaculate that day!!) 2. is it possible to be pregnant in last week of safe period?? 3. can she be pregnant even after taking i pill within 3 hours?? 4. can these dose of misoprostol cause any effect on menstruation?? 5. can subsequent period be delayed after i pill?? my e mail id- YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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