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could I be pregnant?

By September 6, 2012 - 5:44am
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Hello! Eh, I'm so ashamed to ask such question, but still... So, the story is like this - few weeks ago, in time from 29.july till 8.august me and my boyfriend had sex with condoms - none of them was broken. But in one time (30.july) we had some fun in pond which was pretty big. We did not have sex and we had our swimsuits on, but in one moment he ejaculated in water and I was near, so I am really afraid about that. In those days we also had like masturbation and there were moment when he ended, but after that he washed his hands with cold/warm water and later touched me (fingering) - another moment which scares me now. In 31.august I went to my GIN and she researched me with pelvic method and transvaginal usg - she did not mention that I could be pregnant. My period should have been on 3.september, but now it is 6.september and no period. I am so woried that I could just cry and cry and cry... Last two days I also feel little sickness but no vomiting, althoug I feel such sickness also when I am stressed, and now I am really stressed. Don't know, is there possibility that I could be pregnant? Sometimes my period loves to move back and forth in dates, but I still have this stress. Now planning to wait till 10.september and take pregnancy test, but I am still hoping that I am not pregnant. I am just so sad and not able to cheer myself up. :(

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Hi razorblade,

Thanks for posting. You should be protected from pregnancy if you used a condom in two occasions and they did not tear. The event in the pond will not get you pregnant if he did not ejaculate on you at all. Please be patient with your period...remember that stress can also delay a period. 

Good Luck,


September 6, 2012 - 7:03am
(reply to Rosa Cabrera RN)

Thank you so much!

September 6, 2012 - 7:34am

Forgot to mention: while washing his hands, he also used soap or shower gel. And I had my last period on 4.august - it was shorter than usual, but much more heavier in the beginning than usual.

September 6, 2012 - 6:32am
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