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i had my periods on nov 6 and next periods i shoukd get by dec 6 but stil i have nt got my periods..june month i had sex with my husband by using condom oly..after tat continous five month i got my periods ..but tis month i nt get.will i be pregnant

By Anonymous December 31, 2014 - 1:43am
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want to know whether pregnant r nt

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Hi Anon,

I am not able to give an exact percentage. Condoms do not fully protect you from pregnancy, but they are not 100% effective in preventing pregnancy.

However, you do not need to visit a hospital for a pregnancy test. There are many over the counter options you can purchase from a store. I can't give an exact percentage of your risk of pregnancy, but if you purchase a pregnancy test from the store, that will give you a much clearer idea.

I hope this has helped!


January 7, 2015 - 10:02am

Hi Anon,

Thank you for reaching out to EmpowHER with your question! Having delayed periods can be very stressful at times. However, late periods can be cause by a variety of things including travel, stress, medications, birth control, sickness, excessive weight gain or weight loss.

Condoms can help reduce the risk of pregnancy, but do not fully protect you from becoming pregnant. However, since this was back in June that you had sex with the condom, I do not think you are pregnant. It sounds like your period is just delayed. However, the only way to really know is to take a pregnancy test. I would suggest taking a pregnancy test to ensure whether you are pregnant or not.

I hope this helped! Please let me know if you have further questions.


January 1, 2015 - 9:13pm
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Anonymous (reply to Erin Kennedy)

pl mam i nt like to go to hospital pl help ..i need answer hw much percent probality for pregnant and how much percent not probability of pregnant ...pl help me i am so much feared

January 7, 2015 - 5:19am
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