Firstly, avoid having unprotected sex. Use a contraceptive barrier always.
Did she do a urine pregnancy test?
If not then ask her to do a urine pregnancy test. If the result is negative then she is not pregnant.
If the result is positive then she is likely to be pregnant and visit a gynaecologist for further evaluation and management.
It is too soon to comment about her pregnancy. Bleeding could be her periods or even due to ovulation. Chances of pregnancy after protected intercourse are very less. You can wait for her periods or in case she misses them, get a urine pregnancy test done.
Please visit a gynaec for proper contraceptive advice and about guidance on reproductive health.
Dr shikha shah
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