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late period, pregnant?

By July 7, 2018 - 11:34am
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so, let me explain my situation.
i’m 16, & currently in a relationship with my first boyfriend, i am still a virgin but we’ve fooled around a couple of times. after one incident i took plan b, this was may 28th, i had a early, & lighter, period on june 10th. after my period ended i did more sexual things w my bf (oral) & my tracker says i was fertile during one of these incidents. i know it’s stupid to think i could get pregnant without having sex, but is it possible that my period i had after plan b was implantation bleeding? i’m afraid his semen may have came into contact w me thru his own mouth (kissing me after i swallowed) or on his fingers, is that possible? my tracker also said i was due to start on the 5th, it’s the 7th & i am freaking out. i took two tests after the initial scare & both came out negative, but that was near a month ago, is it possible that i’m pregnant?

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Hello, nsbsjdndbsbdbd. Thank you for posting.

It's a good idea to educate yourself about sex and how pregnancy (realistically) happens. It will reduce a lot of stress and fear of the unknown. There is a lot of information online, here on our website, and in books that you can study. We cannot know nor can we speculate as to what went on during your sexual foreplay/activities. Only you know this. If you are a virgin (never had sexual intercourse) you cannot be pregnant. Your period and negative pregnancy tests are proof. Your period is likely off due to taking ECP.

For all intents and purposes, there is a risk of pregnancy when a woman has unprotected sexual intercourse with ejaculation that enters the vagina.


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