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Am I pregnant or just stressing out?

By Anonymous March 10, 2012 - 6:24am
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I know that there has been many questions that ask this same one. But I would feel more at peace if I had my own, based on my own situation.

My periods have just become normal starting on December, and always on the 9th. However it is March 10th, and I haven't gotten my period. I did however did get cramps that usually happen for my period but I have not got one.
on march 3rd My boyfriend and I had fooled around and he finished by oral sex. He wiped everything off although I don't know how clean he did. he than washed his hand and than fingered me, and maybe 15 minutes later or 20 minutes later I was on top of him and my vagina was rubbing on his penis. I immediately got off after 10 minutes knowing that he had ejaculated earlier.

Now I am afraid that I may have gotten pregnant. I woke up at 4am because of my anxiety. I am not able to support a child at this time, and my boyfriend and I are not even close to be ready for that. we are both very young. I am willing to go take a pregnancy test in a couple of days if it does not show up, but any help will do. Please, and thank you.

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Thank you, I feel a bit more relaxed now. Im guessing my period is just being late.
I will update you when I get my period.

March 10, 2012 - 11:32am
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Hi livelifelove,

Thank you for your question and welcome to Empowher. You should be fine about possibility of pregnancy. Sperm has to be alive and able to enter the vagina in order for you to become pregnant. If he washes his hands, then touches you, there is absolutely no way you will become pregnant. I hope this ease your nerves. Good luck.

March 10, 2012 - 11:30am
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