I and my fiancee had unprotected sex a month back. I had an orgasm before having but not during sex. She has PCOD so her periods are irregular. She went to the doctor and doctor suggested having Regestrone 5 mg three tablets for three days. She started taking it 13 days later and finished after three days. The day before yesterday, she got her periods. But she did not have blood clots and flow is very slow. Is there any chance of pregnancy?
As she has PCOD (polycystic ovarian disease), her ovulation date cannot be predicted. So there is always a chance of pregnancy. But as she had bleeding after having tablet Regestrone, pregnancy is not possible. Bleeding after having hormones will be thicker and lesser than normal, that is expected. Once the bleeding occurs, the inner lining of the uterus has fully been shed, so there is no chance of a possible pregnancy to get implanted on the post bleeding, thinned out uterine inner lining. So I do not see any chance of her being pregnant. But if you are still not satisfied or want a further confirmation, have her blood serum beta hCG tested. This can detect the smallest of pregnancy anywhere in the body.
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