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Im a bit concerned late period

By February 5, 2013 - 9:24pm
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My period comes every 22 days my last period was The 11th of january and it lasted for four days but b4 my boyfriend i stop dating he came by me on the 18th thats four days after my period we did a little fooling around he had on his underwear at first and i had on jeans, then he took out his penis and we were dry humping any way he was rubbing his penis and after i was rubbing it with my hand then he touched my vagina but i had on underwear but a thin 1, he pull up his underwear and was grinding on top of me while i had on underwear. i told him 2 stop and he did and he was sitting down on the bed and knelt down in front of him while kissing him he was rubbing his penis and some of his semen got on my breast i washed it off and couple minutes after i did some dishes and afterwards i went & took a shower. im wondering why my period has still not showed up and today makes 22 days, its the 5 of february whats really going on with my body is my period changing cycles i never had irregular periods before

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It came this morning but i was experiencing pains in my abdomen which woke me up but the flow is slow should i still take the home pregnancy test after its finished??

February 6, 2013 - 9:37am
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Anonymous (reply to Keisha lee)

Hi Keisha lee,

If you had a normal period, then you are not pregnant.  



February 7, 2013 - 4:51am
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Hi Keisha lee,

If you or him were wearing clothes, sperm can not swim through clothes.  Not all cycles are the same.  But, if you are concerned you might want to take a home pregnancy test.



February 6, 2013 - 5:39am
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