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hi please help letting me know about safe days for unprotected sex and the details of do's and don't

By Anonymous November 15, 2015 - 12:42am
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Hi, I am 26 yr old I had my cycle from 1-5nov 2015, on 5th night me and my bf had unprotected sex and he came inside me, so I took an ipill within 48hrs after 5-6 days on 13 I started to bleed,came to knw that it was withdrawal bleeding today on 15th we again had sex BT he didn't came inside me although he came twice and each time it was outside ,the 1st time he came...he again entered my vagina immediately after cleaning his ejaculate,we again had sex and then he came BT again not inside. after few mins I noticed a little bleeding. so I am worried though he didn't came inside me BT because he immediately again entered his penis after cleaning his ejaculate and we again had sex BT next time too he didn't came inside.so should I again take an ipill just to be sure.please help me increase my knowledge as he and I both are new to this.and evrytime doing with a condom gets in the way of pleasure

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Hi,thanks foe your help I just wanna know that it's 2 nd of Dec my period date was yesterday should I be concerned? Can my period be late coz I had taken EC and had vaginal bleeding after 4-5 days of taking EC.so can it cause my period to delay.I have irregular periods BT delay is never more that 7-8 days...and from the past 4 months I am having it on time. I.e every 1 of the month since july.so should I be concerned I having symptoms like my temp is 98.7 feel a bit fevrish lil bit of body pain and m very sleepy.

December 2, 2015 - 8:48am

Hi thanks you so much for your help..I just have one more doubt one of my friend who is married by the way told me that 15 days post mensuration cycle are the risky days, though from the past 4 months my period is regular BT it goes like sometimes it's 3-4 days late or may b 5-7 days late. So how can I calculate when I am not ovulating ..is my case of irregular period?that means I won't be able to calculate this ever. And do I need to consult a doctor for regular birth control pill or I can take it on my own, I have been suffering from PCOD in the past but now I am absolutely fine , so m a bit scared hope using such pills won't affect the time when I really wanna conceive.

November 16, 2015 - 12:18am
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So what your friend told is the opposite of what happens. You start to ovulate about 15 days after your period. So the first 15 (or so) days after your period are safe. You can calculate based on the last day of your period.
You need a prescription from the doctor to get birth control pills. It can improve PCOD. Having a regular period improves your chances of getting pregnant. In fact women who don't have a regular period and want to get pregnant usually go on BC for a while to improve their cycle and fertility.

November 17, 2015 - 10:33am

Hello and thank you for choosing EmpowHer,
There are about 7 days out of each month during which a women can become pregnant. Those are the days when the ovaries release the egg. This is called ovulation. If the egg is not fertilized within that time it is eliminated with the menstrual blood when you get your period.
Ovulation occurs 12-14 days before your period starts.
The "withdrawal method" can be a successful way of presently pregnancy. But there is no guarantee that sperm was not ejaculated into your vagina to some degree while you were having sex.
Emergency contraception should not be your main form of birth control. You probably have not ovulated yet since it is still 17 days before your period should start. So, if you want to take EC, you can, but it will most likely disrupt your next period, and may not be necessary since you were probably not ovulating anyway.
But it's your call.
You have several options going forward. Use a monthly birth control pill so you never have to worry about whether you're ovulating or not. Or, track your ovulation days and don't have sex during that time. Or use condoms.
But you can't continue using EC every time you have sex because it will off balance your hormones.
Let us know if you have any more questions.

November 15, 2015 - 7:34pm
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