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    Any Chance Of pregnancy
    An_252418 posted:
    We had sex 1 month ago and we used precautions both condom and Ipill . My girlfriend got her periods after 10 days of sex which was normal period. But in her 2nd period, only few drops of blood came and then bleeding stops. Could be there any chance that she'll get pregnant?
    An_252418 responded:
    Replies soon.. urgent
    mrsmarkle responded:
    If you've always used protection then the chances of her being pregnant are very slim. She may want to take a home pregnancy test to be sure.
    An_252418 replied to mrsmarkle's response:
    we did twice without condom. But she took Ipill that day and also on the second day(Means 2Ipill on two day). After 23 days she used Ican kit to check for pregnancy test ant the test result was negative. So she is safe or not?

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