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Were you having regular periods?
When you say after your period, how many days was this from the start of your period? Thank you.
It would be highly unlikely for you to get pregnant the day after your period, as long as you're having regular period. You probably were a week away from ovulation.
Since you've run out of the pill, I would expect you to get a period pretty soon (might be a light one). As long as you get some bleeding a few days after stopping the pill, you know that you're not pregnant. Best wishes.
We would call it a withdrawal bleed, but it's like a period.
You should be protected by the pill as long as you started it within 5 days of your period starting. Otherwise, you need 7 days to be protected.
I would wait to see if you get some bleeding from going off the pill. If not, then do a pregnancy test. A test will generally be positive 2 weeks after sex if you did get pregnant.
The important part is how many days after your period starts, not days after your period. If it's a long period, you wouldn't be protected. If it's a short period, you would.
Since you've stopped the pills, you're no longer protected, so you could get pregnant in the future.
I'm not understanding. From when are you concerned about sperm survival?
A few sperm can live 6-7 days, but there are generally not enough sperm after 2 days to cause a pregnancy. I wouldn't worry about getting pregnant from sex a week ago. It won't happen.
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