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am i pregnant?

By July 30, 2009 - 10:32am
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im 17.me and my boyfriend have made out quite often <>..is it possible for me to get pregnant that way or by using his bathroom??my dates are due and im a lil worried...my periods havent yet occured and its been more than a mnth after the last cycle..i think i had a lil bleeding too after the cycle that was unlike the usual ...this happened two mnths ago...can it b called spotting??..are these symptoms hinting towardzs pregnancy??

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You will have to provide more information, as I am not sure what "making out" refers to. If you mean kissing, holding hands, touching without sperm coming into contact with your vagina...no, you can not be pregnant.

I am curious if you have any type of sex education in your school, as it is concerning that young women would worry about getting pregnant from using a bathroom? Can you explain this?

Two months ago, you had spotting or a little bleeding, but no period? A little bleeding could be considered a period that was just light; women have cycles that are irregular, shorter, heavier at times. If you are sure you only experienced spotting and no period 2 months ago, have you had a period since this time?

The way that women become pregnant is from penis-to-vagina sexual intercourse that is unprotected (not using a condom or birth control).

If you have had unprotected sex, then yes, there is a chance that you could be pregnant. How many days late is your period?

July 30, 2009 - 12:03pm
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