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Could I be pregnant?

By January 18, 2010 - 9:14am
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Ok so I'm freaking out cause I'm 14 and I think I might be pregnant. I am on the bc pill so my periods are pretty regular I always skip the reminder pills but always remember to take the regular pills when needed. I'm not overly picky about it be at the exact same time everyday, I usually just take it sometime in the morning. My periods have been regular for over a year now and they usually start the second or third day into my reminder pills and I'm on the third day and already getting paranoid that I might be pregnant. My boyfriend and I had sexual intercorse on the morning of 1/9/10 and the last pill I had taken was the one for 1/8/10. We were staying at a friends house and I didn't know I was staying all weekend so I didn't bother to bring my pills. On the morning of 1/9/10 we had sex without a condom but he pulled out right before climax. I wasn't too worried. The next morning, 1/10/10, we had sex again without a condom but that only lasted about two mins before we decided that it was a stupid idea. I currently am sick, I have a throat pain and my throat is swollen. I mention this because they say illness can effect a period. I'm also under stress but it's not too much more then normal. I shouldve started my period yesterday morning or this morning but I didn't. My boyfriend spent the night here 1/16/10 and we had sex a few times before he went home. One of the times the condom broke and I started my reminder pills on 1/15/10. What are the chances I'm pregnant from the first case? What are my chances from the second case?

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