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Possibility of Getting Pregnant

By Anonymous May 28, 2018 - 6:25pm
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Hello! So I had sexual interaction on May 26th night (or May 27th early morning), We had a non penetrative sexual interaction, and the partner had vasectomy (the espermogram which was conducted this year showing no detection of mobile / immobile sperms). I did not want to get him into me nor even to rub genitals, so he did not wear condom. During carassing each other his genital (not the tip) touched the area near my vagina; there was no wet discharge from him that I could observe. He also briefly gave hand job, which did not penetrate into my vagina, rubbing outer labia; but still worries me that anything that he might had on his hand might have travel up to uterus. I am mostly anxious by the fact that I was close to the ovulation date (my fertility app shows that May 28th is my ovulation but could have been the day earlier). I was not taking any regular birth control pills as I was being treated with depression and medication. Few hours after the interaction (around 6 hours) I had taken morning-after pill (levonogestrel) and there was no throwing-up. But I also saw that the morning after pill would have not been effective if it was close to the ovulation. Here are few questions:

1. What would be the possibility of me being pregnant?
2. If I am not pregnant, when would be the expected period date, after taking plan b before one day of ovulation?
3. When can I do my pregnancy test for the accurate result of pregnancy?

I really hope to get help from you. Thank you so much.

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Hello Anon

Thank you for writing!

1. There is zero possibility of you being pregnant. You didn't have sex and the interaction you had was within a man who had a vasectomy. You then took emergency contraception.
2. We cannot predict your next period date after taking emergency contraception. Generally it's within a month.
3. A pregnancy test is generally accurate 14-21 days after sex.

May 29, 2018 - 4:19am
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