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Mam, last month during 4th day of my girlfriend's periods V had partial penetration. Her menstrual cycle is 33-34 days and lasts for 4 days. Now she's 3 days due. Ejaculation was not done.She had pcod problem previously.Is there any chance of her being pregnant? Unprotected partial penetration i.e I've not completely penetrated Ani mention chey
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Chances r there
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Minimal chances. But you can check with blood HCG test to rule out.
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Very rare.... If the mentioned day is counted from first day of period cycle then no change of pregnancy.. Wait safely for a week more
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First confirm by urine or blood pregnancy test. Than connect online to solve your queries
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