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Asked for female, 29 years old from Mumbai
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MD Consultant Pathologist, CCEBDM Diabet...read more

Sexologist•Sri Ganganagar
As you did intercourse exactly on ovulation day, there is chances of pregnancy although you took tab. Ellabone at right time.
Be alert for mc to come.
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Asked for male, 23 years old from Kolkata
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Sexologist•Lucknow
Hallo she is not pregnant and if you have any confuse you can consult your nearest gynecologist.
Take care.
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Asked for female, 28 years old from new delhi
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Sexologist•Lucknow
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No chance bcz it's goes to your intestine and go out. No need to take any pill.
May contact me again for more details.
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Asked for male, 36 years old from Ahmednagar
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Sexologist•Gurgaon
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yes it's possible in both relationship. STD and HPV it's both are sexual transmitted disease.treatable by Medicine and change of life style.
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While it's challenging to provide a precise answer to your question, I can offer some general information. Sperm can be quite resilient, and their viability depends on various factors, including environmental conditions, exposure to air, temperature, and the type of surface they are on.
Using a dry cloth to wipe off sperm might reduce the likelihood of sperm survival, as exposure to air and drying can harm sperm. Additionally, urinating can flush out any remaining sperm from the urethra. How...more
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Pre-exposure prophylaxis (prep) is a medication that can be taken to reduce the risk of hiv transmission. It's typically prescribed to individuals who are at high risk of contracting hiv. Before considering prep, it's crucial to assess the risk factors involved, such as the sexual health history of both partners and their potential exposure to hiv.
If both you and your partner are tested for hiv and the results are negative, it indicates that neither of you currently has the virus. Prep may ...more
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General Physician•Jalgaon
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As there was no deposition of semen deep in vagina no chance of getting pregnant at all be relaxed.
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Asked for male, 17 years old from new delhi
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Sexologist•Kolkata
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It's positive that you checked the condoms for breakage, and it's essential to use condoms correctly and consistently to maximize their effectiveness. However, condoms can still fail due to factors such as incorrect usage, expiration, or manufacturing defects.
If you're concerned about the possibility of pregnancy, the most reliable way to determine your status is to take a pregnancy test. These tests are available at pharmacies and can provide accurate results a few days after a missed peri...more
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Emergency contraceptive pills, commonly known as "morning-after pills" or "i pills, are designed to be taken as soon as possible after unprotected sex to reduce the risk of pregnancy. The efficacy of these pills depends on various factors, including how soon they are taken after unprotected sex and the specific formulation of the pill.
Taking emergency contraception within 72 hours (and in some cases up to 120 hours) after unprotected sex can significantly reduce the risk of pregnancy, but i...more
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