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By July 24, 2011 - 6:36am
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how many times should i take a home pregnancy test to have a 100% accurate result.

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No, you would not be pregnant if you did not have intercourse.

You sound like you were perhaps not emotionally ready to engage in this type of sexual activity, from the sound of your post that a boy was naked and ejaculated on your body. It is important that you are knowledgeable enough on what sex is, how you do/do not become pregnant before engaging in any type of sexual activity. I am not sure how old you are, but in order for a woman to become pregnant, she would need to have ejaculatory fluid enter her vagina. Have you had any sex education classes? If not, we can provide some information if you would like to know more.

July 24, 2011 - 9:11pm
(reply to Alison Beaver)

and today i started feeling a low-backache like the pre-menstrual backache :S
i really wonder what's happening to me.

July 26, 2011 - 7:05am
(reply to soosa)

Hi soosa,
How are you feeling today, since it is now July 31st?

July 31, 2011 - 1:30pm
(reply to Alison Beaver)

much much better.
you know i was stressed about nothing. took a home test after 2 weeks of sexual activity, it was negative.
i duno how did i think i could get pregnant from that.
i was just out of my mind.
waiting for my next period, 17 more days, to check if its normal or short again like the previous one. although i think my previous period was short just because of STRESS!
thanks for asking Alison :)

July 31, 2011 - 1:38pm
(reply to Alison Beaver)

Hey Alison, thank you
the problem is that i know, in order to get pregnant, that he need to ejaculate in my vagina or at least somewhere near and i should not have clothes on.
But when it comes to MYSELF, I panic and get stressed no matter how safe or minimal the sexual activity is, I don't know why.
thoughts starts in my mind, like a drop of semen was dropped over my pants near my thighs would it cause anything, then i say no the cotton pants absorbed it immediately. or what if he had pre cum while dry humping. then again i say if i had underwear and pants during the period of time, then i won't get pregnant.
pregnancy is a red line to me at this point. I am never getting engaged in any type of sexual activities at the moment at least!
And you know when you r scared of something everything bad happens at the same time. My period was really short for the first time ever, and since two days before i sleep i feel a bit of Nausea (i dun feel dizzy, but i feel like i want to vomit). And yesterday i actually did but a very small amount.
what do you think is happening to me?

July 24, 2011 - 11:22pm

It should only take one time to have an accurate test result (assuming you are following the instructions), but the timing is crucial. A home pregnancy test is 99% accurate when taken after you have missed a period (or, about 2 weeks after last sexual intercourse).

What has your pregnancy test(s) results shown?

July 24, 2011 - 6:56am
(reply to Alison Beaver)

Actually i didn't have intercourse.
i just had dry sex and oral sex.
i was just scared because he had NO clothes on and ejaculation was involved however, I was wearing sports pants and panties. Ejaculation was not on my vagina. It was on other parts of my upper body.
After this activity in like 90 hours i got a period but it was short, so i was confused on whether it is a period or any other kind of bleeding.
and after 8 days of the sexual activity (1 day after my "period" supposedly) i took a hpt and it turned out negative.
what do think? should i try another test later on?

July 24, 2011 - 7:42am
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