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am i pregnant?

By February 24, 2011 - 3:15pm
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my ex-boyfriend and i had sex for the first time a week ago. it was his second time to have sex and it was my first time. he went into me about halfway for less than a minute but then pulled out cause it hurt alot. it was not long enough for him to ejaculate but im worried that pre-sperm may have come out. i was due for my period two days ago and it still hasnt come. altho this isnt any differnt from any other time i have had my period cause im still irregular considering i am only 15. i am still very scared that i could become pregnant and i dont know what to do.

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Kay you are only 15 years old. You need to stop and think about what you want as part of your relationship. It is never to late to stop being sexually active until you are ready. If you feel that you are old enough for sexually activity then you are old enough to be responsible too. I am the mother of 2 boys. One is 21 and the other is 16. I communicated a long time prior to their "serious relationships" with girls and asked them both to be very honest with me as their mother. My oldest chose to become sexually active and I provided him with condoms. As his mother I did not want him to become active so young (16 and 1/2) but I was relieved that he was honest with me. He is now 21 and living on his own. I believe that our honest relationship helped him make the decisions that were right for him. My youngest has chosen to wait until he is older. You need to do the same. Make a choice and then act responsibly. And remember it is o.k. to say no I am not ready for this.

February 27, 2011 - 5:05pm

thank you . i am tho having symtoms of what could be my period but it still scares me

February 24, 2011 - 10:04pm

Hi kay123,
Thank you for joining EmpowHer. To answer your question directly,
unprotected vaginal intercourse is the most likely way to get pregnant.
Pre-ejaculate or pre-cum is the liquid that leaks out of the penis during sexual arousal but before ejaculation. Pre-ejaculate is not semen and does not contain sperm. But, it can pick up sperm that remains in his urethra from a previous ejaculation. Any time of sex play where semen comes in contact with your genitalia can possibly lead to pregnancy, although the chances are low.
You can take a home pregnancy test but for the most accurate results, wait one week after your missed period before testing. If you are going to be sexually active, you need to have protected sex and consider birth control. Planned Parenthood is a good resource.

February 24, 2011 - 7:04pm
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