I am 28yrs old and I am a virgin. Last month I took medicine to delay my periods date. I had 5 tables. During that time my Bf and I tried to have intercourse but he didn’t ejaculate in me. But he did on my nearby area. I was worried at that time so I took BC pill, but after 48hrs. I got my periods properly at that time, but this month my menses are late by 4days. I am really worried. Can u please tell me, are there any chances of pregnancy in my case.
Well you didn't really say you were taking birth control pills, why did you take medicine to delay your periods? 5 tables? Also, if your having sex your not a virgin anymore... Anyway, if you had unprotected sex and your not on birth control, there is a chance it could have gotten you pregnant - just take a hpt with fmu and maybe see a doctor
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