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By Anonymous December 8, 2010 - 5:49am
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me and my boyfriend were making out and he was on top of me for like 5 minutes. BUt we were Fully clothed throughout. i was wearing jeans and my undies and so was he.
and now im really worried that i could get pregnant. ive read quite a few posts that say that there is a slight chance.
i am very irregular on my periods and so cant rely on them.
also, i have been stressing too much so they might be further delayed. i had them last on the 13th of october and i usually skip a month.
Id be glad if you could help!

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How accurate ar pregnancy tests?

January 31, 2011 - 3:40am
(reply to Anonymous)

Pregnancy tests are accurate if taken after a missed period. Some claim to be able to detect a pregnancy up to 5 days before a missed period, but be aware that you normally may not get a completely accurate result until you have missed your period. My own doctor even suggested waiting 5 days after when you expect your period to take a test. If you are too scared to do a test yourself, you can call your doctor's office or clinic to request one.

January 31, 2011 - 8:00am

Hi Anonymous,
You can take a pregnancy test if you think it will help cal your fears. You also could call your doctor's office and see what they think. You had mentioned you have irregular periods. Your doctor can help try to make the periods more regular. One way is with birth control pills.
Good luck and let us know how you're doing.

December 31, 2010 - 8:45am
EmpowHER Guest

BUt i still havent had my period! should i take the pregnancy test!?

December 30, 2010 - 11:16pm
EmpowHER Guest

Thanks a lot susan and christine!

December 23, 2010 - 4:17am

hey.. i have heard from my friend that the girls who get wet quickly cannot concieve easily.. is it true?

December 10, 2010 - 1:12pm
HERWriter Guide (reply to wafa)

No Anon, this is not true. Cervical mucus can have an impact on getting pregnant but this isn't what you are talking about in this case, correct?
Don't listen to friends unless they have a good education in this matter!
Learn and read from books, knowledge adults, health care providers and services. Like....us!

Thanks for writing,

December 10, 2010 - 1:16pm
EmpowHER Guest

Thank you so much for your help! but im still worried about my periods.could you help!?

December 10, 2010 - 2:16am
(reply to Anonymous)

Hi again,
It is not unlikely for a young woman to have irregular periods the first few years of menstruating. Here is an article about that:
Menstruation, What's Normal, What's Not?
If you are really concerned about your cycle irregularly, and especially if you haven't been to a doctor for your reproductive health yet, it may be time. Here is an article explaining what to expect at that appointment:
1st Gynecological Appointment
If you need other information, please let us know how we may be able to help you.

December 10, 2010 - 8:15am

Hi Anonymous,
Thank you for your question, and for finding EmpowHER. It is virtually impossible to get pregnant from making out with your clothes on--it's called outercourse. Intercourse is when there is real skin-to-skin, penis-to-vagina contact (that is risky for getting pregnant). If you plan to continue to be intimate with your boyfriend, things no doubt may progress, so take the time now to read up and learn all you can about what sexual activity is and how to protect yourself from sexually transmitted diseases or infections, and unwanted pregnancy. This surely is an exciting time for you, if you empowHER yourself with good information you can remove some of the anxiety.
For more information, please review these articles: Am I Pregnant after Dry Sex, Making Out with Clothes On?, Outercourse, Dry Humping, Dry Sex, and The Misconceptions of Sex
Good luck and let us know how you're doing.

December 8, 2010 - 7:12am
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