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warrior
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I am currently on Ovcon 35 and have completed 2 full cycles and am now on the second week of my 3rd pack. i had unprotected sex and he ejaculated inside me, what is the chance of pregnancy? We both have had STI testing so that is not an issue. I threw out the packet that came with the pills, so i dont know when they become fully effective. Please help!
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Heather
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The chance is incredibly slim at this point, so long as you have been taking your pills as directed and on time each day.
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