Thank you for the quick reply.
Provera tablets does not provide contraception against pregnancy, because it doesn't stop you releasing an egg (ovulation).
It is usually advised to use contraceptive methods to avoid getting pregnant while you are taking this medicine.
As you have history of PCOS which was diagnosed at the end on october,you had irregular periods and your partner's condom might have slipped off during sexual intercourse -there can be a slight probability of pregnancy.
Provera contains a progestin (a form of progesterone), a female hormone that helps regulate ovulation (the release of an egg from an ovary) and menstrual periods.
A woman is most likely to become pregnant if sexual intercourse occurs just before or just after ovulation.
Although as you were taking one 10mg of provera per day for the last 8 days & having history of irregular periods along with diagnosed PCOS,the probability of pregnancy is very low.A pregnancy test after few days is advised.
So bot***** *****ne is that yes,you can be pregnant but the probability is quite low.
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