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By Anonymous December 6, 2015 - 1:04am
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Yday I had unprotected sex many times. I mean we couldn't do the intercourse earlier but yday was the first time we could. So we did it a couple of times. My partner is quiet cautious and pulls out as soon as he is about to come. But as this was our first time n he came so many times I am scared some sperm might have accidentally been in.

Should I take pills? I am really scared!

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Hello and welcome to EmpowHer,
Keep in mind that you can only become pregnant if you are ovulating. There are about 12-24 hours after the egg in released that it can be fertilized. This happens about 12-15 days before your period.
In other words, if you were not ovulating at the time, there is no egg to fertilize.
If you were ovulating however, it is a good idea to take an emergency contraception pill. Be aware that a common side effect is bleeding a few days after taking the pill. This is not your period, or implantation bleeding. It may also disrupt your cycle, but this still does not indicate pregnancy.
Let us know if you have any more questions.

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