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am i pregnant? i had sex on the last day of my period. i told him to put a condom on, but he forgot. my friend said he pulled out in time, but i'm worrying. i'm on birth control but was late for the pill a few dayss earlier. am i able to get pregnant?

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
24 years experience Psychiatry
Having : Having unprotected (not consistently taking birth control pills) intercourse puts you at risk for becoming pregnant. Even if the male "pulls out" before ejaculating, pre-ejaculate would normally have been released prior to this and it contains sperm. A woman can become pregnant even if she is on the last day of her period. Sperm can live four to seven days in a woman's body. So if there are still motile, healthy sperm in the woman's body when she does ovulate, this can lead to conception. If you do not get your period when anticipated, recommend taking a pregnancy test.
Answered on Oct 3, 2016

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