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Am i pregnant?

By Anonymous November 14, 2011 - 6:08am
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Me and my bf were fooling around and we decided to have sex but with protection....except he put it on the wrong way then fixed it before entering me...but i don't if he had ''pre-cum'' or something before going inside me. he didn't ejaculate inside me or at all afterwards...am i pregnant?! i can't stop thinking and worrying as im only 14 and i've been feeling tired, headaches more often, lower back pain and sometimes sore breats and abdominal area sore and i heard these were symptoms of being pregnant. My period isn't due until another few days but they're sometimes irregular....i know it was a stupid thing to do but we got curious and wanted to see..please help!

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I really do need this advice like really bad wat if a guy don't wear a condom and he is in ur virgina and cums in that's possible to get pregnant right cuz this happens at 11/17/11 and on 11/18/11 I got really bad cramping on my lower stomach and feels really tired

November 18, 2011 - 6:35pm
(reply to Sweetheart)


If a man ejaculates in your vagina without a condom that's how women get pregnant. The cramps are likely due to any air introduced into your vagina during sex, not because you're already pregnant. It's important to understand that pregnancy is a process. If you have unprotected sex today, it will take about a week for the entire pregnancy process to occur. 

You can either take an emergency contraceptive at your local drug store or wait until your period is missed to test for pregnancy.

Good luck,


November 19, 2011 - 7:26am
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How can you distinguish the difference between a period and a miscarriage? Or can you have a period and be pregnant?

November 18, 2011 - 5:34pm

Hi Anonymous,

If he had just put it on then chances are there was no precum on the condom. However, if this ever happens again-- throw it away and use a new one. I'm more concerned about the possibility of infection since he had it on, then removed it, inverted it, and put it back on. If you feel itching, burning, foul odor, and a fever-- you may have an infection. As far as pregnancy goes, your chances are slim to none. Please wait for your period, if it's late you can take a pregnancy test.

Best Wishes,


November 14, 2011 - 6:57am
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Anonymous (reply to Rosa Cabrera RN)

Thank you Rosa. That's helped. Is there any other symptoms of an infection? And should i get checked out?

November 14, 2011 - 11:36am
(reply to Anonymous)

The only other symptom of a vaginal infection you should be concerned about is burning upon urination. You really only need to get checked out if you have any or all of the symptoms mentioned.



November 15, 2011 - 6:50am
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Anonymous (reply to Rosa Cabrera RN)

Hi...im really sorry for bothering you again but this is the only website i know that is helpful. Thanks for your last reply. Anyway today when i went to the toilet i noticed a bit of brown on my underwear but none when i went to the toilet or anything...just very pale thin mark. could be this that im pregnant? Though i read it could also be to do with my period(which is due in 2 days) or an sti? any ideas which?

November 15, 2011 - 12:02pm
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

Oh yea i forgot to add..we tried sex on halloween so would it be too late so spot? and also the saturday that just past so would it be too early from that one? Both times used protection.

November 15, 2011 - 3:33pm
(reply to Anonymous)

Brown spotting right before your period is normal. It's just old blood and this could mean you're getting your period too. Just wait for your period to arrive.


November 16, 2011 - 4:28am
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