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Am i pregnant? No pregnancy symptoms

By September 6, 2009 - 6:49am
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4 months ago i had sex(i.e on 6 June 2009)..(Actually it was not intercourse but we were just fooling around. He inserted his finger in my vagina after touching his penis. He dint ejaculated and i m not sure whether his fingers were wet or not.)
after that i had my period on 16 June which was 10 days late( as i was expecting on 7th June)..The periods were not normal as it started with brown spotting and then next day there was very dark bleeding but it was scanty( May be its due to tension). It lasted for 2 days and got over.

Then next month my periods happend on 16th July. and this time the flow was not heavy as it should be but it was normal enough to keep pad. It lasted for 3 days.
Then i was expecting my periods on 16 August but its not happened till today(Its almost 50 days over). I dont have any pregnancy symptoms.
Although my periods are not very regular but i have never missed my periods.
Please Help. i dont want to get pregnant....

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I haven't got my periods till now, its 9 days late. I have never missed my periods till date. I'm 21 years old and i haven't had sex but i am not sure if my boyfriend had inserted his finger after touching his penis. It can likely be so and i wanted to know if there is any chance of pregnancy? I might hav e experienced giddiness and vomiting, i thought it is because i suffer from low bp and had acidity. And also I had done blood test couple of weeks before for checking ct, bt, haemoglobin, etc.
Can that be a reason for late periods? Looking forward for your reply.

October 14, 2010 - 10:54pm
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Thank you for your question. There is always a chance of pregnancy when you have sex, with or without a condom. If you are having your period, this is a good sign. It is common to have irregular periods in all women.

If you have any doubts about your status, go to a local Dollar Store where you can purchase a pregnancy test for $1.00. Most pregnancy tests are pretty accurate. There is no clear cut answer to say yes or no about being pregnant in your situation. Since you are having your period, I would guess and say that your probably safe.

To rest assure, try a pregnancy test. I hope this helps.

October 3, 2009 - 9:19am
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okay, i have a question too. u have sex with ur man.. first, he enters u without the condom, there is a little humping, then he comes out and wears a condom. the next month, u have heavy bleeding, then the month after, ur period comes late and lasts for two days .. very light. u experience no symptom of pregnancy, save for tiredness and faining once ... can we safely say there is a possibility of being pregnant?

October 3, 2009 - 8:09am

i have a question, lets say your guy was wearing a condom, went inside. he withraws even before he feels the tingle. Humping does happen though.then maybe after 10 minutes he ejaculates but not inside the girl anymore. very far away from the vagina. afterwards, they always check the condom if there are leaks/tears by filling it up with water and checking it thoroughly.. there was none......its even placed above the paper and leave it around for a few minutes to see if there are leaks. but is there a possible way a girl could get pregnant still?? because they say, holes/tears are sometimes not visible to the eye.

September 6, 2009 - 11:45am
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According to the Advocates for Youth (a very informative and credible sex-education site), "Several studies clearly show that condom breakage rates in this country are less than 2%. Most of the breakage and slippage likely is due to incorrect use rather than poor condom quality… Latex condoms are highly effective for pregnancy prevention, but only when they are used properly." In fact, "High failure rates [of condoms] in some studies occur because many people lie about contraceptive use to shift the responsibility for an unintended pregnancy to a “faulty” contraceptive, according to the Truth About Condoms: Planned Parenthood site.

This is why it is important to know how to correctly put on a condom, use a condom, and make sure the condom has not deteriorated (from sun or heat), and is not past its expiration date.

I'm wondering what motivated you ask this question (especially in the third person). Did you recently read a forwarded email or hear a friend talk about "holes in condoms", as these rumors do re-surface from time to time.

Another important distinction is the use of latex condoms (which you most likely are referring to) versus other materials (polyurethane or lambskin), as the "natural-membrane condoms have naturally occurring pores that are small enough to prevent passage of sperm but large enough to allow passage of viruses in laboratory studies". [Source: Centers for Disease Control (CDC)].

This is interesting to note, as even condoms that DO have small pores naturally contain holes that are not permeable to sperm (the sperm is too big to pass through the condom), but some viruses are smaller than sperm and may be able to travel through the pores of the condom. So, in essence, these natural-membrane condoms are for birth control only, and not STD (Sexually Transmitted Disease) prevention.

Lastly, you can click on the link below for a similar Q&A to your's, as well as information on how to use a condom consistently and correctly: Go Ask Alice: Common Reasons for Condom Failure.

Does this answer your question?

September 6, 2009 - 1:20pm
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We are certainly glad that we could help answer your questions. Please feel free to contact me personally by clicking on my picture and private messaging me if you would like to talk further about any underweight issues. I will certainly be glad to speak with you more about it.

Please keep us updated, okay?

September 6, 2009 - 10:21am

Thnak you... I was quite worried about it.

September 6, 2009 - 10:12am
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Thank you. Since you are still actively having a period (although irregular), your probably not pregnant. You could always go to a Dollar Store and pick up a pregnancy test for $1.00 just to be rest assured.

Since you are 23 years old, you are in a prime age of changes. Periods tend to change over the years and you may always start at the beginning of the month and then all of a sudden you start in mid-month. This is common and usually there is nothing to worry about. We have all been there and have worried about it just as you are.

If at any time, you begin to experience other symptoms, you should seek medical attention immediately. Otherwise, your period will start to become regular again in time although it may be different from what you have always experienced.

You also mentioned that you are underweight which is common for irregular periods. Is being underweight a concern for you (eating disorders)? Do you over exercise? Eat healthy? Under eat?

September 6, 2009 - 9:48am
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Are you experiencing any other symptoms that I mentioned?

September 6, 2009 - 9:28am
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