after unprotected sex i too I pill and again withing few hours i had unprotected sex again what...
should i do? do i need to take I pill again??
you need to start having protected sex. You should not use that pill as birth control. Please think and care about your self enough. You would have nothing to worry about then.
you need to start having self control in your sex life, there loads of contraceptive devices available, use them.
If the sex was with the same partner, you should be safe, it takes 24 hours, or thereabouts, for the sperm count to increase sufficiently for pregnancy to occur, but that isn't guaranteed, tough little so-n-sos, those sperm. If with a different partner, you may have problems, and an even greater need to use a condom to protect from STDs.
by jyothi abraham8 years ago
i had unprotected sex with my boy friend on 16 march the next day i took i-pill but its almost a...week i didnt get periods am scared am i pregnant
by avigup7 years ago
hi, my gf and i had unprotected sex n then she took an i-pill within 48 hours, we then had...unprotected sex again...does the i-pill help or should she take another one...pls advise
by Brony Jr2 years ago
Periods miss by 7days after having unprotected sex and having contraceptive pill..Me and my girl friend had unprotected sex a month before. Her due date was on 23rd and she dint get her periods yet.. she used...
by dashingscorpio2 years ago
Why do you believe "unintended pregnancies" are on the rise among 20+ year olds?It's always been touted that more sexual education and better birth control methods would reduce unplanned pregnancies. Just...
by Katieee1014 years ago
I am 6 days late on my period, and I had unprotected sex 11 days ago,he came, can I be pregnant?
by kenna jo8 years ago
Ok so my boyfriend and i had unprotected sex te day afte m period could i be prennt??
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