I had intercourse on saturday july 18th and took ella (ulipristal acetate) that day then I had intercourse again on the 21st both unprotected could I be pregnant now And I was ovulating the 21st?

Are you trying... ...to get pregnant? If so, you may have succeeded. Having unprotected intercourse during your fertile period is the best way to get pregnant. However, the fact that you used Ella (ulipristal acetate) on the 18th suggests you DON'T want to get pregnant. Ella (ulipristal acetate) is an emergency contraceptive and shouldn't be relied on as a routine contraceptive method. I hope things work out well for you.

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I am on birth control but had unprotected sex 4 days before my ovulation will it work to take the pill ella (ulipristal acetate) to not get pregnant?

Confused. If you are regularly taking the oral contraceptive pill you have a period because of the way the pill works however you do not ovulate. , that is why it prevents pregnancy. Unprotected spec won't cause pregnancy but won't protect you from sexually transmitted diseases. Read more...
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