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My boyfriend didn't go in all the way, but my period isn't showing any signs of coming. Should I be worried?

By Anonymous February 1, 2011 - 1:08am
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I'm 19 and 2 and a half weeks ago, my boyfriend and I were making out and it went a little far. He went in (1-2 inches) but not all the way. I'm not sure whether he had pre-ejaculated prior to going in. Because my period is somewhat irregular, I couldn't tell whether I had been ovulating or was in my ovulation period during that time. My last period was around the 25th of December and ended on the 1st of January. My period is suppose to come within these couple of days but it shows no signs of coming. We have taken two pregnancy tests. One on the 24th or 25th and then another one on the 28th. Both tested negative. Should I be worried?

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Dear Anon,

Did you use a condom or are you on any form of birth control? I am assuming you are not based on your question. Even if your boyfriend didn't go all the way "in" that can be enough for you to get pregnant. I know you mentioned your period being irregular and since you have already tested for pregnancy, try giving it another week before you test again.
Understand that any time you have sex or insertion of the penis-- you CAN get pregnant, especially if there is no protection. Be safe, use a condom or some form of contraceptive to avoid the stress of wondering if you're pregnant or not.

Best Wishes!

February 1, 2011 - 7:28am
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