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NO SEX since last period. now 1 day late on period. PLEASE READ

By March 14, 2015 - 2:56am
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we had protected sex ( condom ) january 25 a week after her ovulation, ( DIDNT FINISH INSIDE, I PULLED OUT EVEN WEARING A CONDOM ) . the condom didnt break or tear off, we check it afterwards. then period came feb 1, it was a normal flow heavy on the beginning and then light on later days. period lasted 6 days. HER cycles are 36,39,48,39 days long for the past few months. we DIDNT HAD SEX for the whole February, now is the day she should get her period ( day 41 ) but still no symptoms of pms, she always had sore boobs but it is missing now, she just have clear slippery discharge, and a minor headache yesterday. could that be a sign of her period coming ? shes freaking me out, i know it is not possible for her to get pregnant because we didnt had sex last feb. and she got her period. im sure that is not implantation because she bled heavy for the first 2 days. PLEASE help guys, PLEASE READ AND RESPOND. i did all precaution i could do.
PS> shes been late for the past few months too.

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Thanks for your post! 

This question was answered for you a day or two ago. 

You have a bit of a history in the past several months of posting urgent pregnancy questions when, as you said, there is no risk of pregnancy. Perhaps you are not mature enough to be having sex - I don't say that unkindly, but the posts show that perhaps you are engaging in activity that you are not ready for. 

A day late is nothing to worry about, especially since she has a history of being late. If she is "freaking" you out, maybe you need to tell her to stop the dramatics. 

Please learn to trust your birth control and to remain calm - your girlfriend isn't pregnant. 



March 14, 2015 - 7:34am
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