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Is she pregnant?

By February 27, 2012 - 9:27am
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Hi guys

I am a concerned boyfriend, who loves my gf a lot and I'm doing my best to find out if my she might be pregnant.
We are both hoping that she is not pregnant as we are not ready for this kind of a commitment right now.
We have been having sex here and there, yet I made sure to always wear a condom as well as to always perform the withdrawl method.
We got freaked out after having sex the one night and she took the morning after pill the next day,

as well as another time when I might've touched my penis before fingering her(I was nervous about that).
Then midway through her cycle she had what I beleive to be the "breakthrough bleeding(period)".
Then two days before her actual period was supposed to appear she had period like cramps for two nights,
and only at night, being fine the next morning. She is going to take one or two HPT for us to be just sure.
I guess what I'm looking for is someone to just reassure me of the situation as I am quite freaked out a bit.
We are def going to get her on some sort of contraceptive, or else we will not do it again.

Please advise me as to what other simptoms I should be looking out for,
keeping in mind that the pill might still be influencing her cycle.

Thanks in advance.

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Hi meth

Thanks for your post!

There is little chance of pregnancy but we cannot say that a hundred percent, of course. The breakthrough bleeding was likely a side effect of the emergency contraceptive. There was no reason for her to take this is you used a condom.

Her period should come but it may be irregular this month due to the side effects of emergency birth control. Her best bet is to take a pregnancy test 2-3 weeks after this happened to know for sure.



February 27, 2012 - 10:22am
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