Late Menstruation After Intercourse And Possible Pregnancy?
In the morning I need enlightenment, so like this on March 15 kmaren I had intercourse with my husband at half past 1 at night without security but the husband’s sperm was released outside the vagina. Because I don’t want to get pregnant yet, in the morning I take Postinor 2, take 2 tablets at the same time, half past 10 in the morning. Because I was still worried that the medicine was not working, I took another postinor2 the next day, 1 morning pill and 12 hours later 1 pill again. And after taking the postinor I don’t feel any side effects like nausea, vomiting or mild bleeding. For your information, I menstruated yesterday from February 22 to February 28. Am I related in the fertile period? My menstrual cycle tends to be normal, every month I must menstruate despite going back and forth for a few days. However, to this day I haven’t menstruated. Because I haven’t menstruated yet, I am worried that pregnancy has occurred, but until now I have not felt any signs of pregnancy or implantation blood spots. What happened to my postinor2 effect? So is my period late or am I pregnant? I was really worried about being pregnant, because I wasn’t ready to get a baby
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Basically, we can not distinguish whether a person does not actually menstruate because he is pregnant, or because of other reasons, such as the use of emergency contraception and other hormonal contraceptives, stress, lack of sleep, fatigue, thyroid hormone disorders, ovarian cysts and so forth without doing first inspection. So in your case, you should at least have a pregnancy test to find out if you are pregnant or not. Or to be more precise, an ultrasound examination at the obstetrician.
Regarding the possibility of pregnancy for yourself, a woman's fertile period is around 12-16 days before the next menstrual period, or 10-17 days after her first menstrual day. From there, it can be seen that you are not in the fertile period. Indeed, pregnancy can still occur outside the fertile period because sperm can survive in the uterus so that if fertilization does not occur on that day, it can still occur in the following days, but the chances are much smaller if the fertile period has passed.
Then, besides you are not related in the fertile period, your husband also does not release sperm in your vagina. Also, be aware of the behavior of pulling out the penis before ejaculation (coitus interruptus) also does not fully protect women from pregnancy, because there may be sperm cells that come out before ejaculation, as a residual from previous ejaculation, or there are sperm cells that 'rise' first and come out with the lubricating fluid. But again, the possibility of pregnancy happening this way is also very small.
Finally, you use emergency contraception, which when used in accordance with the rules of use, this pill is very useful in avoiding pregnancy in emergency conditions, such as women who have been raped. And you even drink it twice.
So with all the actions you take, having sex outside of the fertile period, performing coitus interruptus techniques, to taking emergency contraceptive pills, the chances of you getting pregnant are very, very low even close to zero. We cannot say that it must be zero because even though it is very small, the possibility is still a possibility and it can happen. To be sure, even if it happens you are pregnant, realize that there are many other couples who crave a baby and have tried various ways for years to get pregnant but have not been awarded a child. Even pregnant, not a few who have to fall in the middle of the road. Even those born, not a few also those born with disabilities or die shortly after birth due to genetic disorders. Realize that getting pregnant is often not as easy as it seems and with all the protection you have done, if you stay pregnant it means that you are destined to have children, and there will definitely be a way, and you will feel ready as time goes by.
Apart from all that, you still have to do the examination because in our opinion, if you are late for your period, the main possibility is more on the side effects of the emergency contraceptive pill that you are taking. By going to an obstetrician, all your worries will be enlightened and you can take the right attitude. So, hopefully answering your question.