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saw my boyfriend on 26 september 2013 , we had sex that day on 27 i had my period and we didnt have sex but on 28 september we had unprotected sex till the 4th of october . i had my period on october 14 and it ended on the 17 of october , i had protected sex with somonelse on 19 of october and now im pregnant , the guy i had protected sex with says the condom didnt break and he is sure of it, but im scared and i dont kow who the fther is , please help.
Hi I can see why this is confusing to you. You did have unprotected sex with your boyfriend in a time of your cycle when you could easily get pregnant. But, usually if you have a period that lasts 4 days it is less likely that you are pregnant. At the same time, there are many stories from women who say they had a period and they were still pregnant. You used a condom with the second partner... Read Full Answer
Can i get pregnant if he didn't put his perms on my vergin
Hi To get pregnant you would need to get sperm in your vagina. It is possible that a woman could get pregnant without having sex (penis in the vagina) if the man ejaculated (cum) on the entrance to her vagina. Options for sexual health is a local organization that has some good information on birth control options. They also have several sexual health clinics in BC. Please leave a comment... Read Full Answer
if you have unprotected sex there after have stomach pains same day... lose apetite n feel tired. izit possible to be pregnant?
Hi It is possible that you could become pregnant when you have unprotected sex. However, if you did get pregnant, you would not start to feel symptoms the same day you had sex. Usually it takes 2 or more weeks after you become pregnant to feel symptoms. Do you know about Emergency Contraception? Emergency Contraception, sometimes called the ‘morning after pill’, is best taken... Read Full Answer
How effective are polyisoprene condoms compared to regular latex condoms?
Hi. We have spent some time trying to find studies that actually compare polyisoprene condoms with other condoms. So far we haven't found any scientific studies. We are going to continue looking into this and hope to add some information to our site. In Canada, condoms are considered medical devices and therefore must meet standards set by Health Canada. Because polyisoprene condoms are... Read Full Answer