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Chance of pregnancy?

By July 21, 2011 - 9:30am
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I started my period on July 2 and it was over by the 6... I had unprotected sex in the afternoon on the 11th but he did not ejaculate-- I took Plan B One Step on the 12th in the morning. A week later, the day before yesterday, the 19th, I noticed brown discharge and a bit of blood. I bled a little yesterday as well but have seen no blood since. I would say I am due for my next period around the 30th. Would not have been ovulating on the 11th I do not believe. What do you guys think? What do you think are my chances of pregnancy? Is this implantation bleeding or spotting or just a very light period? I also had my first pap done last week Thursday, the 16th.

Chance of being pregnant?

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When would you say is a legitimate time to take a pregnancy test? Wait until the 30th when I was due for my regular cycle?

July 21, 2011 - 9:57am
HERWriter Guide (reply to nvr23)

Hi again!

Yes, as soon as your regular cycle is due would be a good time! Good luck!

July 21, 2011 - 10:33am
EmpowHER Guest

Hi nvr23

Thanks for your question!

Obviously we can't tell you what your actual chances are (certainly not in terms of percentages) as no-one can do that. But the bleeding you experienced may be as a result of taking Plan B. For more information on Plan B's side effects, click here: www.planbonestep.com

You can take a test for pregnancy about 2-3 weeks after having unprotected sex although if you are absolutely sure he did not ejaculate (although pre-ejaculatre fuild is always a risk), your general risk is very low.

I hope this helps and good luck!

July 21, 2011 - 9:44am
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