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could i be pregnant?? 16 please help

By August 10, 2011 - 9:18pm
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Me & my guy friend have been messin around. The first time he just rubbed his dick kn my clit & the second time he stuck in for bout a min then pulled out
Im now about 2 weeks late for my period
And when i go to the bathroom im sore . Is that normal? Could i be pregnant

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Hi emmalasalle,

Thanks for your question. Please take a pregnancy test, if it is negative then you are not pregnant and your late period is likely a result of stress.

In regards to you feeling "sore"... when you pee, does it burn? Do you feel like you always need to go to the bathroom? If not and you are just feeling a sore sensation then this is likely a result from your friend inserting his penis inside of you-- especially if it was your first time.

Good Luck,


August 11, 2011 - 7:28am

Anytime there is a direct genitals contact, there will be a chance for pregnancy because pre ejaculation could also contain sperms left from previous ejaculations. Especially that you said "he stuck in for bout a min" . So his penis was in you vagina. A minute or more doesn't matter because it is not about the duration. A sperm needs to get inside you to make you pregnant.
Well, your chances of being pregnant are definitely not as high because he didn't ejaculate inside you.
If your period is late and it passed 14 days after sex, try taking a home pregnancy test. It is up to 99% accurate, when used at the right time and when following the instructions carefully.

Good Luck,
Keep us Posted.

August 10, 2011 - 10:23pm
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