i had been physical with ma gf on 9th feb. she was going to have her period start from 9th feb only.. i had used condom, but at first i had put condom outside in so i before inserting in her removed it and put it correctly. i did not insert in her vagina . i just rubbed ma penis over her vagina . i did had anal sex with her wearing condom . i gave her emergency contraceptive pill on the 2nd day after sex . approximately at 50 hours after sex. will she be pregnant ? she did not had her periods on 9th feb and still is not having her periods now after 4days. plz help me ..reply plz..
She's most likely not pregnant unless you ejaculated or had pre-ejaculate on the condom before turning it the proper way and came in close enough contact to her vaginal entrance for sperm to get there. I would say since she took the pill within the allotted time she is probably ok. The emergency contraception can mess with her cycle and make it early or late. It can also change other qualities about it. If she still hasn't had her cycle in couple weeks, have her take a test, but she's most likely just experiencing side effects of the emergency contraception.
The more stressed you are, the more stressed she will be, and stress can also cause an absent period. Please try to remain calm and wait and see. Most likely she is fine since you did not ejaculate inside her. Please note that the next time this happens (which hopefully it won't), you should probably go ahead and just use a different condom to continue intercourse with. This way, there's less chance of a tear or any cause for worry.
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