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Help ! Pregnancy question!

Hello ,

Last month on the 10th of June , me and my girlfriend tried to have sex ( She had her period on the 8th which ceased on the 14th) , We didn't succeed as maybe we were both very tensed and concerned , anyway we took every possible precaution , using protection the right way and neither did it slip out or tear and also taking the MAP the very next morning .. On the 14th we indulged in foreplay which included some fingering , but again we took precautions of ensuring our hands were clean at all times .. she started spotting on the 18th of June which stopped on the 1st of July ..on the 7th of July , she showed some light streaks of blood in the morning which havent reoccured or have turned into a period , Although we have taken every precaution , is there any chance of pregnancy ? Or are these just side effects of the MAP ?


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She took the pill as a precautionary measure.We're both hoping she gets her period on time.But there is no chance she could be pregnant from fingering right? Even if there were traces of pre *** on it and she was on her period? (I'm talking about a worst case scenario here,even though we both were very very careful)?

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I'm going to be very nice when I say this....why would she take the morning after pill?!?!?!?!??! That pill is ONLY used for when birth control fails, or was forgotten completely. She was spotting most likely because she took the morning after pill for no reason. That pill has allot of hormones in it and should only be used if needed. In this case she did not need the morning after pill. It can also cause her next period to come on earlier then expected...or because she started bleeding before she might not even get a period this month.
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Probably side effects of the morning-after pill.  Why did she take it, exactly?  If you used protection correctly, she should not have needed it.  (It is not meant to be taken every time one has sex, after all.)
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