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A 22-year-old female asked:

I had intercourse just coming out of my period on the 26th of march and im not on birth control by when should i take a pregnancy test?

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Dr. Carolyn Thompson
30 years experience
If late: For your next period, take a pregnancy test.
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Dr. Paul Harper
General Surgery 54 years experience
You probably don't need one.: It is unlikely although not impossible for you to get pregnant at the end of your period. If you are concerned with until you miss your next period., if it happens then see your dr.
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