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had sex on dec 26th. had jan period on the 3rd. should of started on the 6th of feb but havent. i am 12 days late now. please help!

By February 18, 2010 - 4:23pm
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When we had sex he didn't even come close to cuming and we didn't use a condom and we barely even had 1 min of sex That was december 26th and I started myperiod on Jan 3rd. It is now feb 18th and I still haven't had my period. It was only my 4th time having sex with the same guy. Idk if that could be a possiblity. But I'm stressing that I might be pregnant but it doesn't seam possible. I'm just worried. Please help. Also I haven't had like definate signs of being pregnant. No spotting my boobs aren't sore nothing like that I have had cramps the last couple days but that's it. But no signs of being pregnant except missing that second period. none of the times we've had sex have we had sex for No more than 2 min with pausing just to make sure I wouldn't get pregnant. Maybe Im just being overly concerned. We only had sex at the very end of november and in december and haven't had sex since December 26th. Hope this is enough info to get an answer. Oh and one more added detail my best friend who hasn't had sex was supposed to start one or 2 weeks ago too and I see her everyday. So idk. i was a little late last month and stressed over it last month too.

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Hi Racerchic - First, it's very common for women to have irregular periods, especially if they're under a lot of stress. One month they can be on a 22 day cycle, the next month it could be 31 days. The only way for you to tell for sure if you're having an irregular cycle, or if you're pregnant, is to take a pregnancy test. There's no way for us to give you an answer from here.

I'm puzzled by your comments - "we barely even had 1 min of sex" and "we had sex for No more than 2 min with pausing just to make sure I wouldn't get pregnant." Are you saying you're using the timing of intercourse and pausing as a form of birth control? The length of time, and the act of pausing, have no impact on whether or not you get pregnant. Do you have anyone you can talk to that can help you better understand birth control options? If not, we'd be happy to help you find resources. You seem to be going through a lot of worries and having more information could be helpful in giving you more peace of mind, and in ensuring that you're taking the right steps to protect yourself against an unwanted pregnancy and STD's. Please let us know. Take care, Pat

February 18, 2010 - 5:51pm
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Thx for replying. We didn't use timing and pausing I just told him to stop because I didn't wanna
worry like I am. I've been worrying about this for days now. We've had family problems lately so I have been extremely stressed out. And we already have agreed to not have sex until were married. He's been checked for stds too and I haven't had sex with anyone else. I'm not interested in birth control but I'm extremely scared to take a pregnancy test. I mean I had a period in between and haven't had sex after. Do u think there's still a chance?

February 18, 2010 - 6:00pm
Expert HERWriter Guide Blogger (reply to Racerchic)

Hi Racerchic - Yes, there is, and the only way to know is to take the test. I'm sorry you're so stressed out. Hopefully having a definite answer will help you to not feel so stressed. Good luck. Pat

February 18, 2010 - 6:30pm
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