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By Anonymous May 16, 2015 - 3:41am
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I And My Bf Had Sex On 6th May (Unsafe).. He Did Not Ejaucate Inside Me ... & It Was My First Time , My Expect Periods Or Mensuration Is On 20th May And Its Regular ... is There Any Chance Of Me Getting Pregnant? My Vagina Is Dry Before My Expected Periods. I Have A Cycle Of 30 .

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My Vagina Is Dry Before My Periods For The First Time. Its Usually Wet When I Am About To Get Periods ... I Had Sex ( Unprotected) On 6th May 2015 And My Expected Periods Is 20th May ... I Had Pain After Sex In My Vagina...After Sex . My Menstural Cycle Is About 30/31 . My Main Concern Is I Don't Want To Be Pregnant & Any Pills Available At Medical Store Which I Can Use For Abortion Without A Doc Prescription.. Plz Help Me Really Worried For My Mistake. Thanks

May 17, 2015 - 1:27am
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The moisture of your vagina does not determine a regular or irregular period.  Pain in the vagina after sex is also not a symptom of pregnancy.

It is not May 20th yet so your period is not late.  Even though you did not use a contraceptive, you cannot become pregnant unless he ejaculated into your vagina. 

So lets look at the facts.  The first main symptom of pregnancy is a missed period.  But your period is not expected for a few days.  Your boyfriend did not ejaculate, so there was no sperm to fertilize the egg.  Lastly, you do have any pregnancy.

If you miss your period, then take a pregnancy test.


May 17, 2015 - 9:51am

Hello and thank you for sharing your question.

Since your partner did not ejaculate, there is no possibility of pregnancy.  However, you may want to use some kind of contraceptive in the future.  I highly suggest you use the tabs above to learn about birth control, intercourse and pregnancy.



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