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By July 11, 2012 - 7:43pm
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I'm about eight months pregnant and I know when your pregnant you get moody and everything. Me and my "boyfriend" dated almost two years. We broke up about seven months ago, even though we were sneaking around seeing eachother on and off. I had slept with someone else once. Me and him are trying to work out our problems now but he won't touch me. He doesn't say he loves me, he doesn't want to have sex. He says that he cares for me though or he wouldn't even try to get back with me. I asked him why he doesn't want to have sex and he'll hardly give me an answer? and when he did he just said "i masterbait alot". We had sex one time since we decided to "work it out" and he wanted to wear a condom? I'm pregnant!? He adds girls on facebook and likes all these pictures of girls, that I look nothing like? He says
"dont stress" and "dont worry about anything" but it's really starting to hurt my feelings.

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Hi lch123537,

Welcome to EmpowHER.  Sorry to hear this. The fact you are eight month pregnant. I think it's time for you to focus on the health of your baby and yourself as a mother.  If your boyfriend doesn't want to be with you or have sex with you, is not as important, as the health of your unborn child.  You need to postponed the relationship issue and sleeping with others, until your baby is born and focus totally on taking care of your body. It's also important to use protection, such as a condom to avoid an unwanted pregnancy or any STD's.  Remember, you will soon be a mom and your baby will need you.  I wish you all the best and please keep us posted.

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