ok... i had sex like a month ago, maybe a lil over a month. we used a condom, but he didn't stay hard. so he kept on commin out. so we could never actually finish, and he didn't cum. so ne ways. im wondering if i am pregnant... i haven't gotten my period yet, but i am very very irregular. i was supposed to get it on the 24 and it is now the 29. usually i dont worry cuz im always like this, but this time, ihad sex so now im worried... am i??
Posts: 3 | From: ma | Registered: Sep 2001
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Since the incident occurred more than a month ago, you can certainly take a pregnancy test today and find out. So rather than stressing out and wondering where your period is, take a trip to the drugstore and buy a pregnancy test. You should also make an appointment for an STD screening since from what you described, it sounds like there could have been a transfer of bodily fluids.
Posts: 681 | From: Florida, USA | Registered: Jul 2000
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You're looking at a price range from $6 (one Answer test) to $15 (two EPT tests) where I live. You'll want to to get 2 tests, one for now and one for a week from now to be sure. The price is well worth your peace of mind.
i don't know about where you live, but some clinics will do a pregnancy test for free. it's just a pee test, just like the ones you buy at the drugstore. and, since it only takes a few minutes, there's no risk of them calling your house with the results and getting your mom.
the sooner you test, the better. the stress of not knowing might be holding up your period. i remember several occasions when i got my period just hours after a negative result.
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