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Could I be pregnant?!

By Anonymous May 7, 2012 - 11:29pm
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Hi. I'm thirteen and I think I lost my virginity on sunday May 6,2012. Ever since then my stomach has been feeling very very weird (it also has been hurting lately) and i usually have terrible motion sickness (a usual sickness for me), but now it seems as if its gotten worse. Monday at school i was barely able to stand up (not because of my vavina, though) it was because my stomach and my knees were so weak. I didn't want anybody to touch me either. When me and the guy were being 'intimate' he did cum while i was on top of him, but he never inserted his penis all the way into my vagina because i was too tight, i guess. Anyways, when he ejaculated I wasn't sure if he did it inside of me or what..? He only had his tip in me so im not very sure. Was I supposed to feel the cum inside, because i didnt feel anything but my wetness and then a lot more after he ejaculated. I'm really scared right now because i dont want to be pregnant. Could I be pregnant? Am I still a virgin if he only placed his tip in?

Oh yea he also didn't wear a condom ..

- please help me ASAP & try not to judge me :/

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Hi Anon,

Welcome to EmpowHER.  If you had intercourse and he ejaculated in you.  You are at risk of getting pregnant.  The symptoms might be due to any other condition or your nerves.  It's too early to feel any symptoms, if you were to be pregnant.  You might want to see a doctor and let him know your symptoms.  You might want to also wait until your period is due and take a home pregnancy test.

Here are some resources for you




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