my partner & I have sex last may 4. and i expected my monthly period this May 9...it is possible that i might get pregnant?


Anytime you are having

Anytime you are having unprotected sex and you are at risk for pregnancy. Unprotected sex means no birth control drugs, no barrier methods, and no form of fertility awareness. I cannot tell you your risk of pregnancy based the date you gave because if you had sex on other days, that will increase your risk. Plus I don't know whether or not you got your period. You have to wait until you miss a period to take a reliable pregnancy test.

If you choose not to use an artificial method of birth control, you can still protect yourself. Protected sex could include a natural method of birth control which will teach you when you are fertile and when intercourse should be avoided.

Learn more about natural methods at: http://www.contracept.org/natural.php

Best of luck,
Dr. Williams

Monnica Williams, Ph.D.
Sex Education Advisor. www.MonnicaWilliams.com.

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it seems this was ur safe or

it seems this was ur safe or rthymic time.but without any proper dates of ur last period it is nt possible to judge about your safe time.as you stated u had unprotected sex so,chances of getting pregnant are surely there.you can take a pregnancy test till you miss your period.in that case also a home based urine pregnancy test can be done as pelvic ultrasounds doesnt show results till min. of 4 weeks of pregnancy.best advice is to use a cvontraceptive and research more about natural birth control method.gud luck!

 
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