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al475
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ok on march 5th i was on my period and i lost my virginity, my boyfriend had a condom on but it busted, he immediatly went took his penis out and went straight to the bathroom. i couldnt get the morning after pill because i didnt have the money for it. So my question is.Can i still get Pregant? [Frown]

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You can.

Women's fertility cycles vary, but for most, times when you are still menstruating are times when you are less likely to become pregnant than a little bit later in your monthly cycle. However, because we're all different and we can't know about your fertility cycle unless you chart it, we can only put so much stock in that.

Going to the bathroom has no impact on pregnancy risks.

Because you're past the window to get EC, I'm afraid you'll just have to wait this one out.

Just to make sure you know for the future, California has a program called the PACT program: http://www.familypact.org/en/Clients/what-is-family-pact.aspx

If you are uninsured, you are eligible, nd PACT can not only cover your sexual healthcare and birth control, that includes Plan B if and when you need that.

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ok when i should i take a pregnancy test today or sometime next week?

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Peeing on a Stick: All About Pregnancy Tests

It needs to be at least 10-14 days after the risk before you can test and expect a reliable result.

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if i ovulated on monday can that determine wether im pregnant or not

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Do you chart your fertility every day, and have you tracked those daily observations over at least a few months?

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