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By Anonymous May 10, 2014 - 5:31pm
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So a week ago i made out with a guy... We took our shirts off but i never took my pants off and neither did he. It was pretty intense and a lot of touching occurred. I did some research and it's said that it's impossible to get pregnant if the female genital didn't come into contact with sperm, in which this case it didn't but somehow I am still scared because it was my first time having to experience making out like that. I've convinced myself that this caused pregnancy but my common sense says ''that's impossible"... I've been stressing to myself all week that i am pregnant.. do you think that the stress and thought of pregnancy is why my period didn't come today?? I'm so sure it was supposed to come because my breast were sore and i was cramping the day before.. btw i apologize for the ignorance ..

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Hi Anonymous,

Thank you for your question and welcome to Empowher. It is true that there is absolutely NO WAY that you will be become pregnant from your experience that you explained. If you are interested in possible sexual activity, there are two things you should do....first, go to your doctor about possible birth control methods and second ALWAYS use a condom if you choose to have a sexual experience. Not only does condoms help with possible pregnancy issues but also protects you from sexually transmitted diseases. 


I hope this helps settle your nerves. If your period is late, it is because you are stressed over the thought that there is a possibility of pregnancy....there isn't one in your case so calm down and I am sure your period will come.


I hope this helps.


May 11, 2014 - 7:16am
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