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Protected Sex Pregnancy
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Take a test : Home pregnancy tests are very accurate. They are the same tests used in a doctors office. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period. If you doubt the result you can repeat it in 1-2 days. If you were pregnant the hormone level would rise enough for detection. ...Read more
Just resume it...: Missing one pill is not that detrimental and the fact that you had protected relation, you are likely covered. Just resume the pill and i think you should be fine. I am so glad to learn that despite being on the pill, you used protection--it protects against sexually transmitted diseases! live well, live safely!good luck. ...Read more
Pregnancy: When a normal menstrual period occurs the lining of the uterus sheds and thus implantation of a fertilized egg cannot occur. However, spotting only without a normal period can be a early sign of implantation of a fertilized egg. And so, if the period flow was not over a period of days i would recommend pregnancy testing by your family physician. ...Read more
Unsure: If you have a negative pregnancy test then it is not likely that you are pregnant, unless you have taken the pregnancy test too soon for it to change. It takes about ten days for the pregnancy test to turn positive after conception. If you are unsure then you can always repeat te test. ...Read more
Question: Is your question, am i pregnant? Or is there the possibility that i could be pregnant? If you have sex, protected or not, there's always the chance of pregnancy due to birth control failure. If your question is, what are the chances of pregnancy 7days after period started, with protected sex, the answer is very low. Some women can and do ovulate as early as that, so using protection=good. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not pregnant: Menstrual period vary quite a bit and fluctuates with emotional stress and some times with physical stress. So if you are having protected sex (condom is not 100% proof) chances are you are not pregnant. May use spermicidal jelly with it. And if you are a student and not married, please be careful and call me old fashioned, stay abstain from sex. ...Read more
Yes but: Unlikely if protection was used correctly; actual failure risk depends on type of 'protection.'. ...Read more
No period since Jan. Negative pregnant test. Unprotected sex week ago, morning after pill. Unprotected sex 3 days ago. Period blood and cramps. Pregnant?
Check preg test: First step is to check a pregnancy test at home. Anyone having sex is at risk for pregnancy. A home pregnancy test is cheap and reliable. If negative then schedule a routine visit to discuss more effective birth control and options that would help with menstrual cycle control. ...Read more
Had protected sex on last day of period (inactive contraceptive pill). Had sex again hour later unprotected (withdrawal method). Risk of pregnancy?
Had unprotected sex three days inti new birth control pack after 7 placebo days. Protected against pregnancy?
The degree of: risk depends on the time the Plan B was taken. Even if the male did not ejaculate - pre-ejaculate could have been released. Plan B One-Step is up to 89 % effective when taken within 72 hours (3 days) after unprotected sex. It can reduce chance of pregnancy by up to 95% if used within 24 hours. It continues to reduce the risk of pregnancy up to 120 hours (5 days) after unprotected sex, but is less ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had unprotected sex during fertile time. Took Plan B then had unprotected sex again. Brown discharge week later and filled one tampon pregnant?
Possible: Unprotected sex can result in pregnancy, and emergency contraception is not 100% effective. Spotting can occur in early pregnancy. A pregnancy test is in order. The brown discharge could also be a sign of infection, best evaluated by a health care provider. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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