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Could I be pregnant?? urgent advice required plzzz
I am 20 years old. Me n my boyfriend were indulged in foreplay and had dry Sex on 3rd march 2013.He didn't penetrated inside but spilled all the semen over my vagina. My hymen is still not broken. We did used condoms but it slipped out and the semen spilled all over the vagina. My periods are about to start in 2-3 days so on that day I observed spotting even before the foreplay. I have emergency contraception pills with me. So should I take them? Are there any chances of me getting pregnant if I do not take the pills???
If you are about to start your periods in 2-3 days and your periods are on time (that is you have a regular and fixed cycle), then you do not need emergency contraception as this is a safe time. However, if your periods are irregular and may not come on time then please take the pills within 72 hours. Hope this helps. Take care!
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