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im 15 and i need help. i think i may be pregnant

By August 3, 2009 - 9:32am
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i had my last period on june 25 and ended it on june 30 i had unprotected sex 3 times in the month of july but my boyfriend pulled out before. but we have done it like that before.it is now august 3 and i have tender breasts could this mean that i will start my period soon? im 15 and i need help......fast

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Hi, Molly. Welcome to EmpowHer. I'm so sorry you're so worried, but I'm glad you found us. Maybe we can help a little.

I know it's scary, but you should know that it is possible to get pregnant even if your boyfriend pulls out before he ejaculates. That's because there is something called pre-ejaculate that is a fluid that is always present and has some sperm in it. So just pulling out is not enough to prevent a pregnancy for sure. You also need to be using a condom or another form of birth control as well.

So you have not had a period since June 25, right? How long are your cycles usually before you get your next period? How many days late are you?

Do you normally have tender breasts before your period starts? If not, that can be one of the signs of early pregnancy.

If I were you I would take a home pregnancy test to see what's going on. If you are pregnant, you need to know about it. And if you're not pregnant, you will get some relief from your stress and worry (that can sometimes make you late all on its own.)

Also, here's a quiz that helps you find out if you could be pregnant:


Please take an HPT and let us know what's going on, Molly. And if there's anything more we can help you with, please don't hesitate to write back.

August 4, 2009 - 9:47am
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