Ok, i have a bit of story, so bear with me. I tried posting this as a reply but for some reason it never went through so i decided to start a new post[sorry for any inconvience]
My period is late [i'm only 17 and i'm pretty iregualar, i haven't missed a period since i was 14 though, so i mean my period comes anytime during the month, whenever it wants!] So it never showed up for this January, it is now February 3rd and I'm still waiting. Now, my boyfriend and I engaged in dry sex(early december) i had my underwear on and so did he, and he came, but most of it was in his underwear and some ended up on my stomache and my upper pubic area, so I'm pretty sure I can't be pregnant from that, considering I got my period about almost 2 weeks later(. Now, last thursday(Jan 29th) my boyfriend and i engaged in dry sex again, but this time i had no underwear on, and decided to fit him self between my bum and get off. Now, most of his ejaculation was in between my bum cheeks and on my back, he also fingered me and I don't know if any of his ejaculating ended up running down to my vagina because i was very turned on and the fluids might have mixed. Is there a big chance that my period could not be coming because there maybe a chance that i'm pregnant from that incident or could it be from the previous time we engaged in dry sex? Should I take a test as soon as possible? please let me know! thnks
If my period comes before the 10 days or after the days will i still be able to take the pregancy test or will my period affect the results?
Also, i've learned my lesson and i'm going to take some precautions now, so I was wondering if go on the pill will my iregular periods give me a reason not to go on the pill because it wont work for me?
[This message has been edited by tantilizin (edited 02-04-2004).]
Note that if you are having a true menstrual period, you are not pregnant. Women who are pregnant do not shed their uterine lining, and any bleeding will be extremely light and nothing like the heavier flow of a normal period.
2. Irregular periods are actually a reason many women choose to go on the pill in the first place. Birth control pills create 28-day hormonal cycle complete with a withdrawl bleed at the same time of every cycle. Once you've been on them for a while, you may even get to the point where you will know which day in your placebo week you can expect your withdrawl bleed.
It is also important you note that birth control pills will NOT protect you from sexually transmitted diseases and infections. Your best bet for protection from BOTH pregnancy AND std/sti's will always be a condom.
[This message has been edited by Aria51 (edited 02-04-2004).]
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