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By April 28, 2012 - 10:37am
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me and my boyfriend had sex on out year anniversary 3/18. Now we always have protected sex because i am very cautious when it comes on to pregnancy. But on this particular day (3/18) he went in me with no condom for approx. 10-15 sec. then we played around then he went back in for the same amount of time with no condom. Then he put a condom on and we had sex for about 1-1 1/2 hrs. we went through about 4 condoms with none breaking. then we took a shower and he went in me with no condom in the shower for the same amount of time (10-15 seconds). now i haven't gotten my period yet and it is april 28th. I've taken 5 pregnancy test all came out negative (used EPT(2test) then First Response(3test) ) all the test came out negative. took each a week a part and the last on 2 weeks after. i still do not have my period. am i pregnant or is it the stress of thinking I'm pregnant that is pulling my period back. PLEASE HELP ANSWERS ASAP. WOULD APPRECIATE IT DEARLY

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i just got my period yesterday :D
om very excited and relieved. me and my boyfriend have vowed to be safe until marriage :) thank you so much for the response
much love,
steph <3

April 29, 2012 - 8:15pm
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Hi bluescarf,

Thank you for your question. Pregnancy tests are pretty accurate so I will assume that you are not pregnant. There is of course that one percent and having sex, even if protected, you will always assume a chance of pregnancy. Perhaps you should make an appointment with your doctor for a blood test just to be sure.

Good luck,


April 29, 2012 - 6:11am
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