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could I be pregnant?

By February 9, 2015 - 7:27pm
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Okay, so I've been with my boyfriend a little over a year, in November we had sexual intercourse, he pulled out... It was the day before my period, which was normal that month, in December I got it again , was still normal (I've gotten it towards the end of the month, 27th-28th into the next month) but I am 15 so it's normal to be irregular.. I didn't get it in January and still haven't .. I took a pregnancy test the 5th and it was negative. I haven't had any actual early signs, I've been very paranoid so at some points I think I have (like I think I gained weight. I'm about 135-145 and I've weighed myself and its stayed in that range, or I thought I've had to use the restroom more often, but I'm pretty sure I'm just paranoid).. I know I'm too young to be a mother right now, I have one more test but I'm not sure when our if I should take it.. I've had two periods since and I know the cm didn't get 'inside inside' because it was on the sheets.. Since then we've used protection, but I'm not on the pill. Is there a chance of being pregnant? My period is almost two weeks late, but considering we did this about three months ago I would think I would start having early signs or something by now, but I haven't.. I currently don't have a doctor either, please help... :/

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Okay, thank you. I have had my period, its just this month that its late. I've had it twice since November when my boyfriend and I did that, I've been told I should be okay and not pregnant, that it's normal to miss a month due to my age, but its just a little nerve wracking even though the test came up negative. But thank you again.

February 10, 2015 - 6:15pm

Hello shortyiskawaii,

Welcome to the EmpowHER community.

I suggest you talk with your parent, find a gynecologist and schedule an appointment. Because of your age, you will need a guardian to accompany you.

First, with blood tess, a doctor will determine if you are pregnant and why you have irregular menstrual cycles.

Next, now that you are sexually active, you need to start using some type of birth control on a daily basis.

No period for two months could be related to your age and not having menstruated for very long. But, I cannot say for certain. That is why you need to see a doctor.


February 10, 2015 - 10:12am
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