Possibility of pregnancy in Nocon’s extraterritorial conditions after 4 days of ovulation
Q: She’s a woman in her mid-30s who’s been separated from her husband for five years. Four days after ovulation day, I had sex with my ex-boyfriend at my house. I had an extraterritorial condition without a condom, but I’m worried because it was taken out right before the man fired. The second relationship was just oral intercourse. In this case, would it be better to take a postnatal pill? What’s the probability of pregnancy? The menstrual cycle is regular.(28 days)
For your information, before I got married, I had two abortions because I was pregnant with my boyfriend’s baby when I was 20 years old, and I had miscarriage when I was newly married.
I’m so worried. I hope everything’s okay.
A: The possibility of pregnancy seems slim. You don’t have to worry too much, but you can’t say it’s not 100%.
From now on, please make sure to contraceptives before the relationship.(Condoms, oral contraceptives, etc.) Extraceptives are not the perfect method of contraception.
If you do not want to be pregnant, visit a nearby obstetrician and take a prescription for postnatal contracept.(You must take it within 72 hours to see the effects of contraception. If taken within 24 hours, the rate of contraception will increase.)
If you don’t have a period later, purchase a pregnancy tester at a pharmacy or convenience store and test it. The date of use of the emitter is two weeks after the date of the last relationship.(Because it will be fixed two or three days after sexual intercourse and conceived about 10 days afterwards.) You can check whether you are pregnant through your first urine in the morning.