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Could I be pregnant?

By January 22, 2017 - 8:28am
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Me and this boy I was talking to
we had sex 4 times in total , they were all unprotected. The first time i had an pregnancy scare , but i turned out not to be. The last time we were doing it , he took it out so he could ejaculate , thought he was done so i sat back on it , then he froze and told me to stop , then we were done. This happened two weeks and some days before Christmas. The next night he said he think he came in me , and i agreed that he did. There was a little in me , then two days later I became very nauseous and sleepy , I been nauseous almost the whole Christmas break , and on Christmas eve i started bleeding , it was heavy bleeding and it ended on Wednesday. Now i'm trying to figure out why i'm having these bad acne break outs , become nauseous every now and then, and i've been eating everything with ketchup, then my stomach grew a little bigger , and i've lost taste and everything I smell that is strong , i gag , could this mean i'm pregnant?

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Dear Mami Giggles,

Thanks for reaching out to our community.

Whenever you have unprotected sex you risk pregnancy (and getting STD). It's unlikely you are pregnant if you had your period. These symptoms can be triggered by your worry over thinking you might be pregnant. To ease your mind, take a pregnancy test. Moving forward, think about using some form of birth control.

Below is a link that can help:



January 22, 2017 - 2:01pm
(reply to Helena)

Thank you ! , and also the first time we had it , i don't if he ejaculated ,but we did this 2 days after my period ended , a month later my period came a week late ,does this mean anything also ?

January 23, 2017 - 3:06pm
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I'm not sure what it could mean. You had your period.


January 23, 2017 - 4:50pm
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